U.S. stocks cratered Thursday, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average -4.31% to its worst-point drop since December 2008, as fears about the global economy sparked a broad sell off that accelerated into the close.
Gold rallied to fresh highs this afternoon shortly after the publishing of US jobs data which reported 400,000 Americans made [...]
The Commerce Department said the real gross domestic product rose 1.3 percent in the second quarter, down from 1.9 percent in the first quarter of the year.
Come June 30th, with the supposed end of the “I’m not printing money” money printing that is quantitative easing, the US government will have lost, in theory, two of its biggest buyers– the Federal Reserve and Japan. And with both China and the OPEC nations slashing their own Treasury purchases, it leaves one simple [...]
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