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Euro Pacific In The News

San Diego Times Union
February 27, 2008
It's been three decades since the nation suffered its last bout of stagflation: a combination of stagnant economic growth, rampant inflation and rising unemployment. But with consumer prices...
Associated Press
February 26, 2008
U.S. home prices dropped 8.9 percent in the final quarter of 2007 compared with a year ago, Standard & Poor's said Tuesday, the steepest decline in the 20-year history of its housing index. "We...
The Street
February 22, 2008
With oil at $100 a barrel and stagflation in the air, Dr. Doom is at it again. Peter Schiff called dot-com mania a stock market bubble early in the 1990s. He predicted the U.S. housing blow-up years...
International Herald Tribune
February 22, 2008
Newmont Mining, Barrick Gold , and Goldcorp, world's major gold producers, reported fourth-quarter earnings on Thursday that mostly beat analysts' expectations because of surging bullion prices....
Los Angeles Times
February 21, 2008
An ominous scenario of rising prices and slowing growth showed itself in spades Wednesday as the government reported that consumer prices are rising at a fast pace even as the housing sector remains...
Bloomberg
February 20, 2008
Feb. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Crude oil fell from a record $100.10 a barrel in New York on forecasts that an Energy Department report tomorrow will show a sixth week of U.S. inventory gains. Supplies rose...
Canadian Press
February 16, 2008
NEW YORK - A major insurer of bonds was downgraded to "junk" status on Wednesday, a move that could potentially cost banks, including some in Canada, and local governments billions of dollars....
Toronto Globe and Mail
February 6, 2008
Trying to maximize its market value, Provident Energy Trust is looking to break its Canadian operations into separate parts. The Calgary-based trust, which has a market capitalization of almost $2.5...

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