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    Gold Prices Rise Again as Market Eyes Next WHO Coronavirus Meet

    Gold prices are once again rising and this time, it is not just speculators selling their futures. The great time in the market is also being driven by stock market traders who are betting on the next Chinese who can raise the paper gold price even higher, making it much more lucrative for them. This is actually the third instance of rising prices of stocks and commodities in the past two weeks as markets like the S&P 500 and the NYSE have been meeting with the very same virus that is killing the European stock markets. The exact nature of what has been killing the stocks is not yet known,…

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    Euro Under Dark Clouds as Trump Threatens Auto Tariffs

    The European Union is in a very precarious position, and Euro Under Dark Clouds as Trump Threatens Auto Tariffs could tip it over. In fact, this has been warning signs for years now, and it seems that the world is starting to take notice. No doubt that this is the last chance for the EU to save its institutions from financial collapse. At this point in time, the bottom line is just simple: “You either bail out the EU or it blows up.” You may be thinking that this is a classic situation where your favorite European soccer team can pull off an upset in the World Cup. Yes, they…

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    S&P 500 Muted as Banks Prime US Earnings Season ahead of Phase-One Signing

    For the first time in a long time the investment world is bullish on the outlook for the S&P 500 and looking for the next Phase-One issuance. The sell side of the index has clearly seen the writing on the wall, but should they let the market take them by surprise? That is a story we will be watching closely as the next two months of the Index will see dramatic movements and post the end of Phase-One in the mid-to-late third quarter. I believe this is where the major investors are right now, but I don’t think anyone will be surprised in the long run. So what does this…

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    Rupee 2020 Outlook: India Stagflation Risk May Boost USD/INR Rate

    Several economists and experts predict India stagflation and rupee forecast 2020 outlook: India stagflation risk may boost USD / INR rate. In the past few months there has been a lot of talk and discussion about possible rupee risks and their possible effects on the economy. This could happen because the country rupee lacks risk risks, inflation risks, political risks, business risks, financial market risks, credit risks, foreign currency liquidity risks and business risks. All of these factors can cause problems in the economy and you are sure to go into a downward spiral. I’ve noticed some pretty interesting thoughts on italk that could help chat identify these. This is…