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As gold soars, miners become hot growth stocks

  The idea that a rising gold price is good for gold miners is intuitively easy to grasp. But to understand just how good, you have to see the ... Read More
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European Stoxx 600 hovered just below the flatline in early trade

The pan-European Stoxx 600 hovered just below the flatline in early trade, with autos falling 0.7% to lead losses while telecoms bounced 1% higher. Asian stocks were mostly lower ... Read More
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Gold price rises above $2,000 for first time

Gold has topped $2,000 (£1,527) an ounce for the first time as traders look for havens amid the pandemic. Investors have moved cash into the precious metal as Covid-19 ... Read More
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Elliott wave analysis: Copper in An Uptrend

Copper can be unfolding a bigger, five-wave recovery, up from March of nineteen of 2020. Now price can be trading into final stages of a higher degree wave 3 ... Read More

Euro area annual inflation up to 0.4%

In July 2020, a month in which COVID-19 containment measures continued to be lifted, Euro area annual inflation is expected to be 0.4%, up from 0.3% in June according ... Read More
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CySEC decided to reach a settlement with a Cyprus Investment Firm

The Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission (CySEC) has today issued an announcement to inform about its decision for reaching a settlement with a Cyprus Investment Firm (CIF). With this announcement, ... Read More
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Possibly largest ever bust of banknote counterfeiters in the history of the euro

Law enforcement authorities from Italy, Belgium and France, supported by Europol, dismantled an organised crime network involved in euro counterfeiting. The criminal network dismantled in Italy produced 25% of ... Read More

Putin signs law giving cryptocurrency legal status in Russia

Russia’s bill to regulate cryptocurrencies has been signed into law by President Vladimir Putin. The new law gives legal status to cryptocurrency but prohibits its use as a means ... Read More
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Dominant currencies and the limits of exchange rate flexibility

Faced with an unprecedented shock of collapsing global demand and commodity prices, capital outflows, major supply chain disruptions and a generalized drop in global trade, many emerging markets and ... Read More

The Eurozone’s financial disintegration

Introduction The Euro Crisis Monitor (above) shows the increasing imbalances in the TARGET2 settlement system between all its members: the ECB (itself with a €145bn deficit) and the national ... Read More
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