By Tom McClellan Copper Spike November 18, 2016 Investors worldwide have suddenly caught a whiff of inflation, and have overreacted in response. That overreaction can
By Steve Saville The ‘real interest rate’ has temporarily become a headwind for gold The real interest rate is one of gold’s true fundamentals, with
By Ino.com Interest Rates December T-bonds closed up 31 (32’s) at 155-08. December T-bonds closed higher on Wednesday as it consolidated some of this month’s
By Danielle DiMartino Booth Mention Preppies and visions of Izods with popped collars and boat shoes may come to mind. The Official Preppy Handbook, published in
By Michael Ashton I am less surprised with the selloff in global bond markets, and not really surprised much at all with the rally in
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra Whether it be rubles, real, or loonies, the “rising dollar” might be back The rout in EM’s continued into this
By Keith Weiner of Monetary Metals The price of gold does not go up for the reasons supposed by most gold bugs The big news
By Doug Noland Credit Bubble Bulletin: What a Week The S&P500 jumped 2.3% Monday in what appeared growing confidence that Hillary Clinton was on the
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra In a low liquidity, functionally tight environment, even what should be positive ends up blowing out someone in dramatic, market-shattering
By Joseph Calhoun of Alhambra Back in June I mused about a Trump election: Forget for a minute that Donald Trump is the Republican nominee.
By Tom McClellan The Market, Under a New President November 11, 2016 Investors get fearful ahead of a big election, because the outcome is unknown.
By Michael Ashton As the evening developed, and it began to dawn on Americans – and the world – that Donald Trump might actually win,