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EU Slowdown May Be Worse Than Expected

It’s no secret that the Eurozone continues to struggle with a slow economy. The EU has seen many of the ups and downs that have been seen in the U.S. in recent years while also having to contend with numerous other issues such as massive sovereign debts and policy disagreements. Now, the ECB has slashed its growth and inflation forecasts for the year while also lowering the outlook for 2020 and 2021. This would seemingly acknowledge the fact that the slowdown being seen in Europe... Continue Reading

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The gold market is showing some significant strength today as the metal has once again moved back over the psychologically important $1200 level. It’s no secret that the dollar index has weighed heavily on gold in recent months, but there seems to be increasing concerns that the greenback is not likely to maintain its recent strength. With the recent Fed rate hike having come and gone, and with expectations of another hike before the end of the year already factored into prices, the gold market... Continue Reading