By Tom McClellan January 04, 2018 Since bottoming on Dec. 12, gold has had an impressive run higher, closing up on 13 out of the
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist Whenever I tell people the next big crisis will come from inflation, not deflation, the looks of disgust
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist Remember last November when it seemed like everyone was a US dollar bull? Either they thought Trump would
By Heisenberg The euro is still the story in FX land. It’s now just a matter of: “is there a reason to not be bullish today?” The
By Heisenberg There’s a lot of commentary floating around out there this morning about the euro ahead of Jackson Hole. The single currency’s relentless rise
By Kevin Muir of the Macro Tourist Over the past quarter, the Euro currency has rallied a little more than 9%. It’s been a steady
By Heisenberg Clearly, the euro and in particular bunds didn’t get what they were expecting in the ECB decision (out as usual at 7:45 EST).
By Heisenberg Boy, I’ll tell you what, if you’re a central banker and you’re going to say something in public about monetary policy, you better
By Kevin Muir of The Macro Tourist Remember how a couple of weeks ago investors were scrambling to buy Euro currency protection in front of
By Axel Merk Two rate hikes since last year have weakened the dollar. Why is that, and what’s ahead for the dollar, currencies & gold?
By Elliott Wave International Learn what indicator foresaw the euro’s recent reversal to a one-month low According to mainstream financial wisdom, market trends are driven
By Jeffrey Snider of Alhambra In many ways Deutsche is the last remaining remnant of what is left of the reigning wholesale, eurodollar system It