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Mike Maloney: This Is The Peak (Podcast)
Precious metals dealer and monetary historian Mike Maloney is quite confident the liquidity-driven "recovery" created by the world's central banks is now over. In his estimation, the ... Now we've got bubbles in stocks, real estate and bonds. This is ...
Tariffs Do More Harm Than Good At Home
A longstanding challenge for the global economy is the possibility that some countries compete for export markets through artificially low prices.
Global Growth And Monetary Hoses
According to the CIA Factbook, the global broad money supply totaled $81.3 trillion in 2014 and more than a triple from $25 trillion in 2000.
PMI Signals Sluggish Worldwide Manufacturing Upturn In August
Global manufacturing saw further steady but unspectacular growth in August, reflecting signs of an improvement in emerging markets and sluggish but ongoing expansion in the developed world, the latter helped by a marked upturn in UK manufacturing ...
Interest Rates, Financial Cycles And The Real Economy
Claudio Borio and his team at the Bank for International Settlements have just published another interesting working paper, titled "Monetary policy, the financial cycle and ultra-low interest rates" (BIS Working Papers No.
Japanese retail investors flock to online ETFs
“Among the ETFs, the Vanguard Total World Stock ETF is the most popular - with AUM of about 29.5 billion yen - as its management fee is low and the ETF enables investors to access 7,500 global stocks.
Where XOM's Sophisticated Investors Stand
ExxonMobil's (XOM) institutional holdings currently stand at ~55%. The level of these holdings shows the confidence level or sentiment that sophisticated market participants such as institutions have in the stock. Usually, all else being equal, higher ...
Shell Sells Denmark Refining Business: What Strategy Is at Play?
Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.A) has reached an agreement to sell its Denmark refining business. Before discussing this asset sale, let's quickly look at what to expect from this series.
Energy Stocks' Historical Averages in Focus
In this part, we'll look at the integrated energy stocks' EV-to-EBITDA compared to their historical averages. In 2Q16, ExxonMobil (XOM), Chevron (CVX), and Royal Dutch Shell (RDS.
Chevron's Refined Products Markets: Is International Exposure High?
In this part, we'll examine the geographical spread of Chevron's (CVX) refined product sales markets. Chevron has a high exposure of 53% to international markets—down from 55% in 2Q15.