Monetary Easing

Central Bank Gold Hoarding Hits 50-Year High

</header> <strong>While dozens of the world’s economic leaders participate in extreme monetary easing policy, central banks have also been hoarding gold. Central banks accumulated over 668 tons in gold purchases this year, which is more than 2018’s record numbers. In fact, the key drivers in gold demand this year stemmed from central bank purchases, most …

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Market Outlook: A Few Cryptocurrencies Rebound While Fear Grips Central Banks

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>In the last 48 hours, digital currency markets have rebounded after some bearish price dips last week. After losing $35 billion in a short period of time, most crypto markets have been gradually healing and the overall market valuation of the cryptoconomy has clawed back at least 50-60% of the losses.</strong> Also …

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Central Banks in Panic Mode – Extreme Tactics Like Helicopter Money Discussed

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>Central banks worldwide continue to inject more stimulus into the economy as they predict the onset of a new financial crisis. In the face of a sluggish economy, monetary easing, negative interest rates, and ‘normalizing’ the balance sheet is the name of the game these days. Now central banks are contemplating even …

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At Least 19 Central Banks Give Way to Monetary Easing As Economy Slows

<header class=”article__header”> </header> <strong>In a coordinated fashion, more than 18 central banks worldwide have or plan to cut interest rates, sparking a domino effect of monetary easing. It’s been 10 years since the world has seen central planners orchestrate such harmonization in an attempt to save the economy from a deep recession.</strong> Also Read: Money …

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