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Euro Pacific Commentaries

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
Now that Japan has banned imports of U.S. beef, America's already massive trade deficit with Japan will only worsen. The result will be that instead of Japanese consumers buying American beef, the bank of Japan...
Peter Schiff
Today, the commerce department reported that producer prices during the month of October rose by.8%, while the so-called “core” rate rose by.5%, versus expectations of increases of.2% and.1%, respectively....
Peter Schiff
Contrary to first blush analysis, the 7.2% GDP growth in Q3 2003 is not a positive sign that the U.S. economy is recovering from the excesses of the bubble, but is in reality a harbinger of a much deeper recession...
Peter Schiff
While attending the Apex meeting, Treasury Secretary John Snow tried to revive the "'strong dollar policy" by "clarifying" his recent G7 comments on exchange rates. However, while Snow's G7 comments might have...
Peter Schiff
In response to overnight comments from the G7 nations, the U.S. dollar plunged to a three-year low against the Japanese yen, a six-year low against the Australian dollar and an eight-year low against gold. New...
Peter Schiff
Today's release of "impressive" second quarter "productivity" gains and weekly unemployment claims, which have again surpassed the 400,000 level, provides a good opportunity to introduce some clarity to a...
Peter Schiff
As Alan Greenspan and the other Fed clowns gathered at the annual circus in Jackson Hole ponder insignificant economic data such as consumer confidence, they will undoubtedly ignore the much more...
Peter Schiff
Members of the housing industry, including realtors, home builders, and mortgage lenders, are virtually unanimous in their conclusion that rising mortgage rates will not lead to lower...

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