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Why Gold Is Surging: BofA Says To Expect A "Massive Policy Shift In 2016"

This is how investors should trade this “massive policy shift”: Short Wall Street, buy gold. If accurate this could be the biggest policy shift since the artificial price controls were imposed on gold by the BIS trading desk in September 2011 when the SNB unleashed its now failed currency peg, just hours after gold hit its all time nominal high just shy of $2000.

The Dollar Will Not Be Overthrown in October (Part II)

The Fed’s talk about raising interest rates is making the dollar stronger, but it’s also making the yuan stronger due to the peg. China has to tighten its monetary policy by buying yuan & selling dollars to maintain the peg, at a time when China is slowing & should be easing, not tightening, policy. So finally, China threw in the towel and broke the peg to the dollar on August 11.

Will China's Currency Peg Be the Next to Fall?

A pegged currency rises & falls against other currencies along with the underlying currency. As the dollar weakened from 2010 to mid-2014, China’s Renminbi weakened along with it. Now that the USD has gained 16% in less than a year, that’s dragging the RMB / Yuan higher with it, making China’s goods less competitive outside the US.

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