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The US Economy and The Illusion of Stability

Published by Julien Chevalier | Jun 11, 2024 | 2504

For over half a century, the United States has surpassed the United Kingdom as the leading international power. Its military and monetary strength, the first two of a hegemonic country, remain unrivalled. The Biden administration seeks to maintain this superpower, but the world is changing.

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A New Gold Rush

Published by Otavio Costa | Jun 4, 2024 | 1620

Tavi Costa emphasizes the importance of identifying macroeconomic trends, particularly the growing shift towards hard assets like gold amidst global inflationary pressures and geopolitical changes. He points out the rising demand for commodities like copper and the underinvestment in natural resourc...

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Gold vs. Debt Money

Published by Julien Chevalier | May 21, 2024 | 7065

Money, as a medium of exchange, has existed throughout human history in many different forms. For centuries, there has been a constant tension between those who advocate hard, metallic money and those who defend credit money or debt money.

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Inflation Is Definitely Back in the United States

Published by Laurent Maurel | May 17, 2024 | 8132

Inflation seems to be making a comeback in the United States, as shown by the core PPI figures, which indicate an increase in prices paid by manufacturers. The pulses observed on this indicator foreshadow an increase in prices paid by consumers, pointing to a further rise in the core CPI in the mont...

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