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Housing bubble in the UK?

A housing bubble in the UK is gradually deflating due to an ongoing massive sale of residential properties fuelled by Brexit concerns, which is poised to alleviate lingering affordability ... Read More

End Of Credit Cycle Dynamics

  While there is no starting-pistol that tells us the final phase of the credit cycle leading into the next credit crisis has actually begun, nearly all the signs ... Read More
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Spectacular Gold COT Report: Prepare For A Huge Six Months

  No need to mince words anymore. If the futures market still influences gold’s price, then that price is going to spike. And silver is better than gold. Since ... Read More

European banks exposed to Turkey’s currency crisis

Turkey’s economic crisis poses a threat to European banks with business in the country. Spain’s BBVA, Italy’s UniCredit, France’s BNP Paribas, Dutch bank ING and Britain’s HSBC are the ... Read More
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Temporary and part-time jobs on the rise in Europe

Temporary work or temporary employment (also called odd jobs) refers to an employment situation where the working arrangement is limited to a certain period of time based on the ... Read More
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Global Housing Bubble Is Popping. Here Comes The “Reverse Wealth Effect”

Just a few months ago, real estate was on fire. Prices were blowing past records set during the previous decade’s housing bubble as desperate buyers bought whatever was available ... Read More
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Household prices for electricity and gas in EU; How much do you pay?

For the first time, Eurostat is publishing prices for electricity and natural gas that are fully comparable across countries. With the new data requested in Regulation (EU) 2016/1952, Eurostat ... Read More
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Another week, another improvement in Gold’s prospects

The past few months have added some cred to the “sell in May and go away” rule of thumb for precious metals, as gold’s price action has been both ... Read More

Macroeconomics Has Lost Its Way

  The father of modern macroeconomics was Keynes. Before Keynes there were macro considerations, which were firmly grounded in human action, the personal preferences and choices exercised by individuals ... Read More

Diamond prices on the rise despite month-to-month decline

Seasonal slowdowns caused diamond prices to fall marginally in July, across a number of size categories. However, as Rapaport indicates in its monthly diamond index, the outlook for the ... Read More
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