Inflation





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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Global Bond Yields Still Favorable For Gold Despite Hawkish Rhetoric
Published by Helder Mello Guimaraes | Jul 19, 2017 | Articles

The “normalization” of monetary policy, while plausible, may turn out to be a misnomer or even a pipe dream without much stronger growth and inflation. In their absence, long-term global bond yields are likely to remain below what would be considered “normal” in previous cycles, and downward pressure on gold prices likely weaker than in the past.

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