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Staying on Top of Volatile Global Markets

With the mercurial US President Donald Trump; expect Increasing Volatility for the US-dollar versus China’s Yuan and Japan yen

    The number of followers on US President Donald Trump’s Twitter page is increasing at an exponential rate, reaching 20.3-million this week, and up from around 19.9-million just a few weeks ago. Mr Trump’s frequent use of Twitter to communicate with the US-public, and with the greater audience of the world’s citizens, without the filter of the mainstream media, is also adding a new element of volatility in the world’s financial markets. Nobody knows when the US’s Tweeter in chief, will launch a Twitter tantrum that roils the…

Jan 18, 2017

Beijing takes aim at BitCoin, as Digital Currency nearly reaches the price of Gold

     Bitcoin marked its eighth birthday this week with a wild, roller coaster ride that saw the crypto currency’s price surge past US$1,100 and set a new record high before diving more than -20% in a matter of hours to below $900, the following day. Yet, despite this flurry of activity in the virtual world, it’s business as usual at “bitcoin exchanges” that allow people to buy or sell bitcoins using different currencies. Bitcoin is a new currency that was created in 2009 by an unknown person using the alias Satoshi…

Jan 09, 2017

Russia Recovers from Severe Recession, Russian Small Caps = Top Performers in 2016

     It seemed inconceivable exactly one year ago. The price of Urals blend of crude, the Kremlin’s top income earner was sliding below $30 /barrel. That spelt more pain for Russia. Oil and gas exports make up almost half of the Russian government’s revenue. Moody’s and S&P had already downgraded Russia’s debt to junk status. As a direct result, the Russian Rouble was plunging in a death spiral.

    Squeezed by a renewed pick-up in inflation and sharply higher import prices, “Real” wages, one…

Jan 02, 2017

Consumer Confidence Influenced by Stock prices

     Consumer confidence soared to its highest in more than 15 years in December as more Americans saw more strength ahead in business conditions, stock prices and the job market following the election of Donald Trump as president in November. The Conference Board said on Dec 27th its Consumer Confidence Index rose to 113.7 this month from an upwardly revised 109.4 in November. That was the highest reading since August 2001. US stock indexes have surged to record highs following the election, in which Republican Trump surprised most pre-election polls to…

Dec 28, 2016

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