Blog/International News

The Dollar Rally – From the Japanese Perspective

The Japanese yen has peaked against the dollar. The dollar in fact elected a YEARLY Bullish Reversal at the end of 2014. This is yet another confirmation that we [...]

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Hoarding of Cash Doubles in Switzerland

The most valuable paper currency is the Swiss 1000 franc note. The Swiss are withdrawing money from banks and storing it at home. Sales of safes have skyrocketed [...]

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Dubai & the Middle East

The general perception that Middle Eastern countries are flush with cash and deliberately try to keep oil down to harm Iran when it begins to sell is rather [...]

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Hillary Claims “It’s All Politics” and Will Not Answer Questions

The State Department e-mails show that Hillary bought the book “Send: Why People E-mail So Badly and How to Do It Better” by David Shipley and Will Schwalbe. [...]

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Currency Pegs & their Risks

The devaluation of the Chinese renminbi (yuan) raises serious implications both economically and politically. The mere fact that a peg exists allows for political [...]

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The Flight to Quality – Right on Target

China’s devaluation of the yuan has helped to complete the cycle for the bubble in government. One of the major repercussions of the turmoil caused by [...]

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China & Gold

The gold promoters are trying to claim that China is understating its gold reserves because it is trying to confuse the markets about their clear ambitions to make [...]

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China Devalued the Yuan to it in Line with Technicals

Confusion hits the markets as stocks, currencies, and commodities fall sharply across the region as investors fear a stalling Chinese economy and possible currency [...]

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India & New Highs

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; It is wonderful that you have come to India. I only regret that you are not conducting an open conference here in Mumbai. I appreciate that [...]

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China Devalues Yuan — Why?

China devalued the yuan in what many think was a surprise move. What they do not understand is that this move is more than trying to firm up exports; this [...]

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