Welcome to 向錢汗 (Sweatin’ Money)‘s twenty-fifth episode:
In this episode, we dabble in:
- US Federal Reserve Chairman, Janet Yellen’s remarks on February 10th to the US House of Representatives, followed by a repeat to the US Senate the next day.
- China’s public reassurances.
- Japan’s sudden rise, despite lower GDP output.
- OPEC announces it will reduce production.
- Yelp! Stock prices are falling!
Yellen – Fed Not Likely to Reverse Course on Rates Despite Risks
As Market Rout Continues, Yellen Sticks to Her Guns
Bear market Descends on Global Stocks
Yellen on Negative Rates: ‘We Wouldn’t Take Those Off the Table”
Sweden Cuts Rates Deeper Into Negative Territory, Says May Go Further
South Korea Halts Small-Cap Equity TRading After Index Sinks 8%
World Trade at Sea Has Hangover From Party That Never Happened
Europe Banks More Oversold Than in 2008, Technicals Show: Chart
Moments After Oil Crashes To 12 Year Lows, “OPEC Heaodline” Sends it Surging Again
Gold Beats Silver Evoking Global Financial Crisis in 2008: Chart
Banks, Oil, Stocks Rally; ‘Doom Loop’? What Doom Loop?
Nightly Business Report, February 12, 2016: Bear Market Performance and Predictions
Stocks and the Economy
These 3 Factors are Sinking the World Economy
Oil Edges Down, Pares Friday’s Jump of Over 10 Percent
Hedge-Fund Estimates China’s Foreign Reserves Below Critical Level
Is China’s Crisis Being Fuelled By Miscommunication?
KYLE Bass: China is Already Out of Money
Peterson Institute: Interview with Angel Ubide
Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System
-Agnico Eagle Mines (AEM)
-SPDR Gold Trust(GLD)
-MSCI iShares Japan (EWJ)