In this webinar we will talk about what the SDR is, what it is used for, what has recently occurred with China and how this could affect the global financial system. Join us Tuesday October 4th at 3 pm PST and bring your questions. Reserve your seat here!
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The battle against cash heats up, the OECD cuts global growth forecast and the Negative Interest rate universe expands.
We take a look at the slowdown taking place in the global markets and the continuing rout in stocks. Finally, we’ll take a look at what’s happening in the gold and silver markets.
The last time the Federal Reserve raised interest rates, it was the summer of 2006. By 2008 interest rates were pushed to zero creating bubbles in stock, real estate and the most dangerous bubbles of all, bonds. After threatening to raise rates for the past 56 sessions, it is most likely, that on December 16th they will finally raise interest rates, to save their credibility.
We discuss the current currency crisis unfolding globally.
We discuss the Chinese government and central bank currency devaluation
China’s stock market began crashing. Why? How does this affect us?
Interest rates in the bond market are rising fast and we believe could be putting major stress on the derivative bets made on interest rates. Could we be setting on the crest of another derivative crisis that would dwarf 2008?
October 15th saw the US Treasury market freeze, and on May 7th we saw similar action in the European bond markets. Global government bond interest rates have been spiking over the last three weeks, and many are asking if this is the bond bubble bursting.
We talk about the possible loss of status as the world reserve currency
On Dec. 18, Swiss National Bank stated they would intervene in currency markets to counter a strengthening franc. On Jan. 13, affirmed the currency cap as a “pillar of our monetary policy.”
Two days later, Surprise, they changed their mind without notice to anyone
Disclaimer: The information in this Webinar has been carefully compiled from sources believed to be reliable, but the accuracy of the information is not guaranteed. The author, Lynette Zang was a licensed investment advisor but no longer maintains those licenses. This broadcast is not intended as investment advice. The opinions expressed are those of the author.
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