Market Focus: Global/International
- Apr 24 U.S. Hegemony, Global Flashpoints, and Military Spending by Monty Guild Tony Danaher
- Apr 24 Global Growth Is Picking Up – So Are Geopolitical Tensions by Bill Witherell
- Apr 24 Israeli Natural Gas May Reshape Mediterannean Energy Dynamics by Global Risk Insights
- Apr 23 China Manufacturing Output and New Orders Contract Once Again by Michael Shedlock
- Apr 23 Get Ready for Europe to Print – Core Euro CPI Annual Rate Matches Multi-Decade Low by Chris Puplava
- Apr 23 Das: No Hard Landing for China, but Globalization Has Peaked by FS Staff
- Apr 22 Jim Rickards on the Death of Money, China, and Financial Warfare by Jim Rickards
- Apr 21 Japan Trade Deficit Largest in History; Imports Soar, Exports Barely Up by Michael Shedlock
- Apr 17 ECB Moving Closer to Unconventional Policy by Sober Look
- Apr 17 Does the U.S. Have the Highest Corporate Tax Rates in the World? by Matthew Kerkhoff
- Apr 16 U.S. to Foreign Officials: Stop Buying U.S. Treasuries by Marc Chandler
- Apr 16 5 Reasons for a Q2 Decline in U.S. Interest Rates by John Kosar CMT
- Apr 11 EU Takes Steps Toward Energy Independence From Russia by Global Risk Insights
- Apr 11 No End to Central Bank Meddling as ECB Embraces ‘Quantitative Easing’, Faulty Logic by Detlev S Schlichter
- Apr 09 How Will Gold Respond to Global Deflation? by Clif Droke
Satyajit Das: The Middle Kingdom Will Follow the Middle Way – Neither Hard Nor Soft Landing in China
Jim welcomes back Satyajit Das, author, journalist and commentator at EconoMonitor. Das and Jim cover the economic situation in China, which Das believes has exhibited many similarities to the US Financial Crisis of 2008. He notes that it now takes $4-$5 of debt to create $1 of GDP in China.
Jim Rickards on The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System
Jim welcomes special guest Jim Rickards, acclaimed author of Currency Wars, to discuss his NY Times bestseller, The Death of Money: The Coming Collapse of the International Monetary System. In part one of a two-part interview, they discuss a number of aspects of the book, including that the international monetary system has collapsed three times in the past hundred years, in 1914, 1939, and 1971.
Felix Zulauf: Expect a 20% Correction This Year
In a special reprise edition of the Financial Sense Newshour from February, Jim welcomes Felix Zulauf, Founder and President of Zulauf Asset Management AG in Zug, Switzerland and a member of Barron’s Roundtable for over 20 years. Felix notes that while the markets experienced a tactical rally, the combination of global slowdown, technical deterioration in equity markets, and...
Marin Katusa: Is There Hope in the Uranium Sector?
Jim welcomes Marin Katusa, Senior Market Strategist at Casey Research. Marin and Jim look at the struggling uranium sector, and Marin offers some reasons for optimism. He notes that a return to a bull market is waiting for Japan to restart its idle reactors. The high cost of electricity from other sources is damaging the Japanese economy, and...
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