Philippe Herlin  Finance Researcher / Member of the Goldbroker Editorial Team

   

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An Alert on Deutsche Bank? ECB Worried…
Published by Philippe Herlin | Apr 19, 2018 | Articles

Many banks are ailing in Europe, notably in Italy, Greece and Spain, but Deutsche Bank, sitting at the core of Europe’s largest and most competitive economy, is like an atomic bomb that could spark a worldwide financial crisis, just like Lehman Brothers did in the past. Even Mario Draghi, ordinarily placid and nonchalant, is starting to worry...

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With or Without a Crash, the Financial Landscape is Radically Changing
Published by Philippe Herlin | Feb 8, 2018 | Articles

The stock markets are being shaken these days, indexes are in the red, and months of gains have disappeared in a few sessions... Are we witnessing a temporary correction or is this a deeper and lasting crisis? It’s too early to tell, and we’re not going to play the guessing game. However, if we step back a little, we can acknowledge a deeply changing financial landscape, a historical changeover: it has to do with interest rates.

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Rising Interest Rates: A Mortal Danger
Published by Philippe Herlin | Sep 21, 2017 | Articles

We seldom hear about the risk of a major financial crisis if rates were to rise – almost never within the official networks and mainstream media. One has to listen to independent “marginal” economists outside the banks or universities, such as our own Egon von Greyerz, or Olivier Delamarche, Bill Bo...

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