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Insights September 20, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Hong Kong and the road to recovery

We are following the road to perdition There is increasing awareness that another financial crisis is in the offing, and, of course, everyo...

Insights August 30, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

The Dollar, Commodities & Inflation

We appear to be at a turning point not only for the dollar, but for all commodity markets, including precious metals, as well. The dollar ha...

Insights August 16, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Currency Woes

This week’s collapse of the Turkish lira has dominated the headlines, and it is widely reported that this and other emerging market curren...

Insights August 09, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

End Of Credit Cycle Dynamics

While there is no starting-pistol that tells us the final phase of the credit cycle leading into the next credit crisis has actually begun,...

Insights August 02, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Macroeconomics Has Lost Its Way

The father of modern macroeconomics was Keynes. Before Keynes there were macro considerations, which were firmly grounded in human action, t...

Insights July 12, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Trump’s Whirlwind European Tour

Tonight (Thursday) President Trump comes to Britain on a much-anticipated visit. The political situation in Washington is very different fro...

Insights June 28, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Irrational Beliefs Are Ruling Markets

To understand the consequences of the credit cycle, we must dismiss pure opinion, and examine the evidence rationally. This article assesses...

Insights June 21, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Singapore, Trade and Geopolitics

The Western media was incredulous. The Donald had disregarded diplomacy, scuttled out of the G7 meeting in Canada without endorsing the G7 a...

Insights June 14, 2018 Alasdair Macleod

Living Dangerously

Regular readers of Goldmoney’s Insights should be aware by now that the cycle of business activity is fuelled by monetary policy, and that...