Category : Deflation
It seems the understatement of 2018 is to say that the biggest threat to the securities markets is a potential trade war.
Jim Rickards expresses his opinion about the evolution of the trade war between China and the USA.
The Prices Paid Index just rose for its fourth straight month to 78.1: its highest level since April 2011.
Price for gold bullion will soar to the highest level in nearly half a decade if global trade tensions escalate, says the head of Sprott US Holdings Rick Rule, a long-time resource securities investor.
The market is ‘right in the eye of the storm,’ and two charts show dark clouds ahead, says Bank of America analyst
Listening to hysterical commentary from the mainstream media about President Trump’s tariff proposals, one would think his policies were in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Inflation should be caused by normal market responses but the government keeps asset prices artificially high, the result could be a disaster.
What we have seen so far are just the opening shots of the coming trade war.
Japan's inflation rate is still fairly sensitive to exchange rates.
The European Union (EU) will take a unified response to any U.S. tariffs on its steel and aluminium exports.