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Euro Pacific Commentaries by Peter Schiff

Every week, we release one commentary from Peter Schiff and another from a featured Euro Pacific broker or analyst, or a consultant. Opinions expressed are those of the writer, and may or may not reflect those held by Euro Pacific Capital, or its CEO, Peter Schiff. Browse years of searchable archives below.
Peter Schiff
Today's release by The Institute for Supply Management's of its index for non- manufacturing businesses, following Monday's release of similar data on the manufacturing sector, confirms America's trend toward de-...
Peter Schiff
Yesterday the University of Michigan reported its first monthly increase in consumer confidence in six months as its index increased to 84.2 from 80.6 in October. Today the Commerce Department released data showing...
Peter Schiff
The only thing more amazing than today's release of yet another in an uninterrupted string of horrendous monthly merchandise trade deficits is the lack of attention such deficits receive in the media. Most of today'...
Peter Schiff
Yesterday's strong numbers on retails sales and today's weak data on industrial production, which reveals a third consecutive month of falling output from our nation's factories, mines, and utilities, show that...
Peter Schiff
Foreign creditors could be preparing to slam Greenspan's next rate cut right back in his face. The U.S. dollar has recently fallen to a four month low against the Euro and Swiss Franc, and came close making a 2.5...
Peter Schiff
Today's government announcement of the CPI should be given as much creditability as an Enron earnings report. That is why the CPI should be referred to as Pro-Forma CPI. The government manipulates the data to...
Peter Schiff
Last night's lack of demand for low yielding Japanese government bonds could be a watershed event similar to, but of far greater magnitude than, the failure of a debt offering by British Telecom, which marked the...
Peter Schiff
Article actually written some time in 1999. There is a general misconception on the part of many mainstream economists that the apparent exceptional performance of the U.S. economy is evidence of a “new era,” where...