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Euro Pacific In The News

CNBC
February 21, 2017
If investors and citizens are frustrated with President Donald Trump, they should blame the Federal Reserve, according to Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff. In a recent interview with CNBC's...
CNBC
January 18, 2016
To say that 2016 — all two weeks of it — has been tough would be a vast understatement. Global markets have seen more than $3 trillion in losses this year as a heap of selling...
USA Today
May 18, 2015
The winter chill that kept shoppers at home and slowed down business activity in the first three months of 2015 was the excuse Wall Street has used to look past the economic slowdown. But with...
MarketWatch
May 15, 2015
“It’s like trying to put out a fire with gasoline. That’s all the Fed has—gasoline,” he said. “And everyone expects the fire to go out. It can’t go out....
New York Post
March 21, 2015
The grand experiment of central banks to borrow their way to growth may be headed for implosion. The record expansion in debt across the globe — a stunning $57 trillion since 2007, when the...
Washington Times
December 3, 2014
Recent statements by Federal Reserve officials would lead just about anyone to believe that one of the bank's central missions has always been to guard against the lurking threat...
Investment News
June 27, 2014
The decibel level of the debate over whether — or how much — the Federal Reserve has painted itself into a corner with its quantitative easing program has increased several notches after the idea of...
Market Watch
January 17, 2014
It’s known as the contrarian approach to investing, and there’s a lot more talk about it after gold’s hefty 28% plunge last year and as analysts slash their forecasts on gold for...

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