NIGEL Farage has declared victory with a barnstorming speech declaring June 23 Britain's Independence Day.
Economists see Fed chair in group calling for one 2016 hike
Yellen sees near-term and long-term factors clouding outlooked
We were right in 1975, and we’re right again now
The Spectator has a long record of being isolated, but right. We supported the north against the slave-owning south in the American civil war at a time when news-papers (and politicians) could not see past corporate interests.
Evidence that the U.S. neutral rate of interest remains stalled near zero spurred the Federal Reserve to slow its expected pace of rate hikes on Wednesday, as policymakers signaled their hands may be tied until a rebound in global demand or other forces raise that key measure of the economy’s underlying strength.
This is one precious metals miner who must be music to First Majestic CEO Keith Nuemeyer's ears!
Nuemeyer you may recall, has been urging silver and gold mining companies to withhold at least some of their PHYSICAL metal