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China Stands Ready to Re-Inflate Bubble: Michael Kosowan

Will China, the “engine” of the world’s great economic machine, come chugging to a halt? Not likely. In the weeks ahead, China is likely to experiment with cutting interest rates and further devaluing its currency in order to stabilize the stock market. They may shuttle the bad debt off to warehouse-like institutions while they re-inflate their markets.

Why Millions of People Might Have to Sell Their Gold and Silver

People buy gold and silver for protection during uncertain times. Both have held their value for thousands of years through wars, depressions & financial crises. When stock markets crash or paper money fails, gold and silver are a reliable store of wealth. So with Greece’s default rocking world markets & Chinese stocks crashing the most in 20 years, why are gold and silver struggling?

Global Capital Markets Are A Tale of Two Crises

A crack-up was always just a matter of time. Is this the time? Both have the potential to ignite a global systemic meltdown. Are China and Greece the snowflakes that start the avalanche? Probably not. The system is fragile and these crises are urgent. But they are also amenable to government responses ranging from plain vanilla bailouts to more extreme bail-ins.

Gold Price Doesn't Move, Despite Global Financial Turmoil

For the first time ever a developed country has defaulted on an IMF loan, the future of the euro is at stake & demand for physical gold in Europe is strong. The stock market of the world’s second largest economy declined by nearly 30 % in less than three weeks, but the gold price doesn’t move. Surely, the last thing authorities need at this moment is gold on the move.

5 Ways To Profit From A China Downturn In 2014

Signs that China’s economy is in serious trouble include a still booming credit growth but lower output growth, softening inflation, spiking inter-bank rates indicating stresses in the financial system, as well as large corporate defaults and bankruptcies.

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