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Courtesy of Wolfgang. Jim Chief Economist Loses It After Historic Rate Cut, Slams Fed In Epic Rant July 31, 2019 The following epic rant from MUFG chief economist Chris Rupkey hardly needs any commentary, as it is about as close to a perfect reaction to the idiocy unleashed by the Poiwell Fed as can get…. Read more »

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TANZANIAN GOLD update… Authored by Clive Maund originally published Friday, June 28, 2019   It’s a case of so far, so good with the ongoing deep drilling program at Tanzanian Gold’s Buckreef project in Tanzania, where the aim is to delineate the extent of mineralization beneath the planned open pit, and in the process better… Read more »

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Slowly but surely the ship sinks. Gold bear phase over. Jim Jim/Bill, The Dollars will come home one day. JB Russia, China Sign Agreement on Payments in National Currencies in Blow to Dollar – Reports June 28, 2019 MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov and Chinese People’s Bank Governor Yi Gang signed on… Read more »

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Jim/Bill, Enough said. JB                           Jim/Bill, We have known this was taking place for years the punch line is the tiny fine. No one goes to jail! Dave Merrill Lynch Caught Criminally Manipulating Precious Metals Market “Thousands Of Times” Over 6 Years June… Read more »

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Jim, It seems country after country, is, or has had, a hard time getting the gold they thought was theirs. Wait until this happens to Comex and the ETFs. Dave ECB To Italian Government: Your Gold Is Ours June 25, 2019 As the squabbling over Italy’s populist government’s plans to blow out its budget deficit… Read more »

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Courtesy of Dave. Jim OCC Report: JPmorgan Chase And Citibank Control 76 Percent Of All Precious Metals Contracts At 5,362 Federally-Insured Banks June 24, 2019 By Pam Martens and Russ Martens As of March 31 of this year, there were 5,362 Federally-insured commercial banks and savings associations in the United States. Just two of these… Read more »