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Euro Pacific In The News

The Trumpet
January 22, 2008
With gold setting new price records on a weekly and daily basis, maybe it is time to listen to what that “barbarous relic” (as Ben Bernanke might say) is telling us. Since America closed the gold...
January 19, 2008
Economists and politicians can debate all they want about whether the nation is sliding into its first recession in nearly seven years. To Chuck Rizzo, the picture is clear. Rizzo was recently laid...
New York Post
January 18, 2008
Wall Street's New Year hangover won't go away. Continuing one of the worst January starts in the last century, stocks plunged more than 300 points yesterday as investors were socked by dismal...
New York Sun
January 16, 2008
Citigroup's standing as America's pre-eminent bank is slipping, according to financial industry insiders. The largest bank according to assets yesterday reported a fourth-quarter net loss of nearly...
Market Watch
January 15, 2008
NEW YORK (Menafn - MarketWatch) -- Wall Street's worldwide tour, which could be called Bailout '08, continued Tuesday as two of the nation's largest financial-services firms announced investments of...
January 13, 2008
As 2008 gets underway, the United States' dependence on foreign-supplied capital is becoming ever more apparent. The question for the New Year: how long can the taps remain open? With few big...
New York Post
January 11, 2008
January 11, 2008 -- Buyout titan Stephen Schwarzman is slapping down a $1.4 billion bet in a bold play to drag his stalled Blackstone shares out of the pits. Blackstone, whose stock has skidded 41...
January 9, 2008
For contrarians, recent reports that supermodel Gisele Bundchen no longer wanted to be paid in constantly depreciating dollars was a sure sign that the greenback's long slide was nearing an end....

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