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Insights July 29, 2012 Alasdair Macleod

The inevitable death of the euro

On Thursday the European Central Bank’s Mario Draghi was moved to defend the euro, after Spain’s government bond yields rose dramaticall...

Insights July 05, 2012 Felix Moreno de la Cova Solis

Gold is real; central planning is fiction

The dream of developing a science that would allow wise philosopher kings to rule humanity from ivory towers is as old as Plato, but it rece...

Insights July 01, 2012 Alasdair Macleod

Gold reentering monetary system

Early in 2011, the London Bullion Market Association began to push for gold to be recognised by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision a...

Insights June 30, 2012 James Turk

Where was the gold?

I am an avid reader of monetary history. Of late I have been focusing on the monetary events of the 1920s and 1930s. By learning from the ma...

Insights June 17, 2012 James Turk

Wooing the Germans

It has been over a year since Mr Axel Weber made his surprise decision not to seek the top post at the European Central Bank, which led soon...

Insights June 13, 2012 Felix Moreno de la Cova Solis

The future of the euro

As Spain is bailed out, with some mystery over who exactly is going to be footing the bill, we are forced to focus once again on the existen...

Insights June 09, 2012 Alasdair Macleod

Gold data hints at possible market upswing

With eurozone troubles taking yet another turn for the worse, China’s economy struggling, and US jobs data showing the American economy is...

Insights June 06, 2012 Felix Moreno de la Cova Solis

The real cost of not owning gold

Bloomberg recently published an illustrative slideshow titled “The Real Cost of Owning Gold”. As usual when dealing with precious metals...

Insights May 26, 2012 Alasdair Macleod

Money printing to the max

There is a big shift in political sentiment among G8 leaders towards less austerity and more emphasis on economic growth, which was evident...