How the Greenback could affect the global economy

How the Greenback could affect the global economy

BY Shae Russell POSTED November 30, 2018

It’s that time of year. The editorials start appearing, summing up the performance of stocks, commodities or gold. As an Australian reader, it will come as no surprise to discover the big four banks are down an average of 12% since the start of the year. To date, Rio Tinto is a couple of bucks down and the other mining giant, BHP, is a couple of bucks up.

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When the debt atoner tweets, listen

When the debt atoner tweets, listen

BY Nick Hubble POSTED November 24, 2018

I can’t quite get my head around Twitter. But Holger Zschaepitz can. Don’t worry, I’m going to use his first name. Holger is the economics editor of[...]

Be Prepared for a Cheaper US Dollar

Be Prepared for a Cheaper US Dollar

BY James Rickards POSTED October 31, 2018

When will the strong US dollar weaken? Ultimately, the answer is whenever the US Treasury wants. When the US Treasury is not overly concerned with the[...]

Shorting the Greenback

Shorting the Greenback

BY Shae Russell POSTED October 30, 2018

What’s got your attention this morning? The news that Trump has more tariffs in store for China? That German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced she would quit as[...]