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LiveWire Economics Blog - Feb 12, 2014 10:56 - 0 Comments

Interest Rates Up? Not Likely, Todays Inflation Report Due

Do you think that interest rates are going to rise soon? Personally, I don’t think so. But the recent dramatic slide of unemployment rates in the UK has many analysts speculating that the Bank of England’s Mark Carney is ready to hint at this in an adjustment of forward guidance in his quarterly inflation report […]

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Gold and Oil News - Sep 25, 2013 19:42 - 0 Comments

Gold Continues to Build Base Above $1300

Despite the Federal Reserve’s lame attempts to continue controlling the markets through its now shattered communications strategy the price of Gold continues to limp towards the start of COMEX physical deliveries in October consolidating between $1300 and $1400 per ounce.  This morning’s durable goods miss was significant and after some HFT churn the gold market […]

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The Fed had a choice to make and it was an unpleasant one regardless of which side of the economic fence you’re sitting.  It could either taper bond purchases to defend the dollar versus Gold and the rising currencies of the BRICS or it could continue on as it has been, trashing the dollar and […]

Shares and Markets - Apr 13, 2014 14:56 - 0 Comments

The End Of A Negative Week

After an indifferent week UK shares finished with a negative bias, dragged down by technology companies after a sharp sell-off in the USA, especially seen in the tech laden Nasdaq, which slumped 3.1% over the course of last week. The fall in the Nasdaq was the largest since 2011, with speculation that investors are dumping […]

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