For all intents and purposes, SAIS is the intellectual boot camp for the IMF. Many SAIS graduates go directly into the IMF.
For a century, elites have worked to eliminate monetary gold, both physically and ideologically.
The ASX is expected to recoup its losses for this year when it opens later today. It’d cap off a solid few days of trading, with the ASX gaining almost 100 points since Friday.
This central bank-led race to the bottom was framed as a leg up for trade. But it’s done more harm than good.
You can understand the global economy today as an exercise in rope-a-dope. On one side, you have the forces of deflation…and on the other, the forecasts and policy experiments of central bankers.
The world is not always in a currency war. But when currency wars break out, they can last for a very long time.
Australia is suffering the effects of the global currency war. As a small, open economy, we have always been affected by the policies of the major economic powers…
In the currency wars, major economies have larger armies. They have the size and scale to retreat into near closed economies so they can survive and retool.
The RBA has joined the international currency war by cutting interest rates to an all-time low. Now, here’s issue for future consideration: inflation.
Today I’ll review the five most significant changes investors must reckon with as they’re caught in the cross-fire of a Pacific currency war.
China may not want a currency war with Japan. But it may have one anyway. So what are China’s options?
Japan just fired a shot in the currency war, but the hype was more effective than the action itself. The Bank of Japan (BOJ), it seems, only has a pop gun.
The Germans want their gold. And who can blame them? They’re stuck paying off the debts of everyone in southern Europe. That kind of extravagance puts pressure on the integrity of paper money and sovereign…