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Euro Pacific In The News

Seeking Alpha
October 16, 2011
High volatility… European uncertainty… Long-term prospects looking difficult for the dollar… The Feds are throwing ideas at the wall and hoping something sticks. Investors,...
Investment U
October 14, 2011
High volatility… European uncertainty… Long-term prospects looking difficult for the dollar… The Feds are throwing ideas at the wall and hoping something sticks. Investors,...
Newsmax.com
October 6, 2011
The continuing buildup of U.S. government debt will devalue the dollar, and the best alternative is gold, says Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital. That is something of a contrarian view,...
Yahoo! Finance
October 5, 2011
"Gold is real money, everything else is just a substitute," says Peter Schiff, CEO of Euro Pacific Capital, who works backwards to form a currency trading strategy. Essentially, Schiff...
The New American
October 5, 2011
Federal Reserve Open Market Committee Chairman Ben Bernanke's told the congressional Joint Economic Committee of Congress October 4 that he has the remedy for the ailing economic recovery he...
Yahoo! Finance
October 3, 2011
Now that gold has pulled sharply off it's highs, while remaining strong for the year, "buying opportunity versus bubble" is pretty much the only debate taking place in the precious...
Bloomberg
September 28, 2011
No apparel retailer in the world is offering potential buyers a bigger discount on a billion-dollar deal than Esprit Holdings Ltd. Once a $20 billion company, Esprit plummeted more than 90...
National Journal
September 27, 2011
Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, is never going to carry this city in the 2012 presidential race, but the libertarian presidential candidate understands the importance of visiting the Big Apple to...

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