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Asian Metals Market Update: June 19 2018

19 June, 2018 / Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants

Economics & Trump trade wars Ultimately gold has to rise. Corrections should be used to invest for the medium term to long term. Trump proposes to slap another $200 billion import tariff on Chinese goods. The real motive behind the imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods is to prevent China catching up with the USA on technology. Chinese companies are investing in new technologies to try and catch...Read More

Gold Investing - Gold Stocks, Mining Companies, Prices and News

Jun 19, 2018 / Staff reporter

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Gold Mining Companies Listed in All Countries

2018-06-19 / Staff reporter

Compare(Show all)CompanyTickerLast Price (native)Change (native)Change (%)Day LowDay High52 Week Low52 Week HighVolumeMC (M CAD$)  Newmont Mining Corp.NEM37.510.0100.03%37.3737.7731.4239.632,725,89925,082.9  Barrick Gold Corp.ABX14.450.0200.14%14.4014.5613.2820.785,620,51321,421.9  Franco-Nevada Corp.FNV.TO100.100.3600.36%99.59100.6479.71110.18263,83518,657.8 &nb...Read More

Dow Drops Over 100 Points on Trade War Worries - TheStreet

June 19, 2018 / TheStreet Staff

Here Are 3 Hot Things to Know About Stocks Right Now The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 103 points on Monday, falling for the fifth straight session.The S&P 500 finished lower for the third time in the past four days.Energy stocks, such as Exxon Mobil Corp. (XOM) and Chevron Corp. (CVX) , traded higher as oil prices rose. Wall Street Overview Stocks declined on Monday, June 18,...Read More

The Technical TradersUS Majors Flush Out A Major Pivot Low and What’s Next

June 19, 2018 / The Technical Traders

Chris VermeulenPosted Jun 18, 2018Closing out a big week in the markets, we see the US markets rotating a bit lower after a number of news events.Some of these were very positive and others were negative.The take away from last week can be condensed into the following:The US Dollar strengthened all week and shot up above $120 near the end of the weekCrude Oil tanked on Friday – falling nearl...Read More

Stocks Dive Globally as U.S.-China Trade War Intensifies - TheStreet

June 19, 2018 / Martin Baccardax

The Monday Market Minute Global stocks weaken as US/China trade was escalates.Emerging market stocks crushed as investors dump shares in the face of surging dollar.Wall Street set for weaker open as risk sentiment dims; Treasury yields fall in safe-haven trading flows.Euro slump continues following dovish ECB guidance, German government crisis.Oil edges lower amid trade concerns, output inc...Read More

Cryptocurrencies Could 'Bring the Internet to a Halt', Central Bank Agency Warns - TheStreet

June 19, 2018 / Martin Baccardax

Really? Cryptocurrencies are an "environmental disaster" that could crash the global internet, a central bank advocacy has warned, noting that the dependence on miners to verify digital token transactions puts not only their final value at risk but also means that trust in the broader system could "evaporate" at any time. The Bank for International Settlements, which is often described as the "c...Read More

Macro Roundup (Jun 19)

2018-06-19 / Staff reporter

SHANGHAI, Jun 19 (SMM) – This is a roundup of global macroeconomic news last weekend and what is expected today.Last weekendAs US-Sino trade tension grew, the appetite for risk shrank and suppressed the increase in the US dollar index on Monday. The index closed at 94.742 on Monday.LME metals saw mixed trading on Monday. LME lead rose 1.27%, aluminium gained 0.72% while nickel dropped 1...Read More

Market Bears Have Devoured Gold Prices - TheStreet

June 19, 2018 / Kitco News

Gold prices are far from shining right now.  Gold prices are modestly higher in early U.S. trading Monday, on a corrective, short-covering bounce after sharp losses Friday that saw the market hit a six-month low. There is also some risk aversion in the marketplace today that might also be giving gold some mild support. August Comex gold futures were last up $3.70 an ounce at $1,282.20. July...Read More

Take the Long-Term View in a Late-Cycle Market

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / frank holmes

By Frank HolmesThe U.S. inflation story made further inroads this month, with year-over-year price growth for consumers and producers alike hitting multiyear highs. U.S. consumer prices expanded at their strongest pace in more than six years, climbing to an annual change of 2.8 percent in May. Prices for final demand goods, meanwhile, grew 3.1 percent, their strongest annual surge since December...Read More

Failed States, Part 1: Hopeless European Millennials And The Populist Takeover

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / John Rubino

Europe is frequently held up as an example of how the rest of the world should behave on a variety of issues. But this comparison misses at least two things: First, Europe is actually a lot of different countries in a lot of different situations. Second, much of what seems to work over there only does so because it's being financed with ever-increasing amounts of debt.For countries, as for indivi...Read More

Tariff Fears Aren't All That's Troubling Stocks

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / Rick Ackerman, Rick's Picks

Index futures are getting pummeled for the second straight night, supposedly because of heightened tariff fears. How is it that these fears lay dormant throughout Monday's boring session, only to resurface like Kilauea lava during off-hours trading? As a former floor trader myself, I'd attribute this dynamic to the ease with which stocks can be manipulated when there's no one around. In this case...Read More

Asian Metals Market Update: June 19 2018

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants

Economics & Trump trade wars Ultimately gold has to rise. Corrections should be used to invest for the medium term to long term. Trump proposes to slap another $200 billion import tariff on Chinese goods. The real motive behind the imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods is to prevent China catching up with the USA on technology. Chinese companies are investing in new technologies to try and catch...Read More

Take the Long-Term View in a Late-Cycle Market

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / Frank Holmes

By Frank HolmesThe U.S. inflation story made further inroads this month, with year-over-year price growth for consumers and producers alike hitting multiyear highs. U.S. consumer prices expanded at their strongest pace in more than six years, climbing to an annual change of 2.8 percent in May. Prices for final demand goods, meanwhile, grew 3.1 percent, their strongest annual surge since December...Read More

Failed States, Part 1: Hopeless European Millennials And The Populist Takeover

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / John Rubino

Europe is frequently held up as an example of how the rest of the world should behave on a variety of issues. But this comparison misses at least two things: First, Europe is actually a lot of different countries in a lot of different situations. Second, much of what seems to work over there only does so because it's being financed with ever-increasing amounts of debt.For countries, as for indivi...Read More

Tariff Fears Aren't All That's Troubling Stocks

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / Rick Ackerman

Index futures are getting pummeled for the second straight night, supposedly because of heightened tariff fears. How is it that these fears lay dormant throughout Monday's boring session, only to resurface like Kilauea lava during off-hours trading? As a former floor trader myself, I'd attribute this dynamic to the ease with which stocks can be manipulated when there's no one around. In this case...Read More

Asian Metals Market Update: June 19 2018

Tuesday, 19 June2018 / Chintan Karnani

Economics & Trump trade wars Ultimately gold has to rise. Corrections should be used to invest for the medium term to long term. Trump proposes to slap another $200 billion import tariff on Chinese goods. The real motive behind the imposition of tariffs on Chinese goods is to prevent China catching up with the USA on technology. Chinese companies are investing in new technologies to try and catch...Read More

North Korea, Trade Wars, Precious Metals and Bitcoin

19 Jun 2018 / Bob Moriarty

Full Article: North Korea, Trade Wars, Precious Metals and BitcoinBy: Bob MoriartyMaurice Jackson:Joining us for a conversation is Bob Moriarty, the founder of 321gold, and 321energy.com, and the author of two of my personal favorite books, the Art of Peace, and Nobody Knows Anything. Mr. Moriarty, welcome to the show, sir.Full Article: North Korea, Trade Wars, Precious Metals and BitcoinBy: Bob M...Read More

Gold Bullion Depository In Texas Officially Opened This Week

18 June, 2018 / GoldCore

The Texas Bullion Depository officially opened for business this week. The creation of the facility represents a power-shift away from the federal government, and sets the foundation to undermine the Federal Reserve's monopoly on money.In June 2015, Gov. Greg Abbot signed legislation creating the state gold bullion and precious metal depository. The facility will not only provide a secure place f...Read More

How Do You Measure U.S.-China Trade War And What's It To Gold?

Monday June 18, 2018 18:49 / Kitco News

(Kitco News) - It’s easy to call a potential U.S.-China trade war a disaster when you haven’t done the math, says RBC Capital Markets.Analysts at RBC Capital Markets asked one of the most pertinent questions in geopolitics today: “What is a trade war between the U.S. and China worth from a growth perspective?”And the results were surprising, according to RBC Capital Markets...Read More