Posts tagged 'Inflation'

Understanding Inflation | How Precious Metals Can Help

Guide to Understanding Inflation

July 27, 2022
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The media uses many different terms for inflation. What's the difference? This article will briefly overview inflation and some of the different terms to describe it.
Inflation, Healthcare and Retirement Accounts

Inflation, Healthcare and Retirement Accounts

June 23, 2022
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According to Pew Research, inflation is Americans' primary concern, and health care affordability is the secondary concern.
Inflation Accelerating – Fed Can’t Do Much to Stop It

Inflation Accelerating – Fed Can’t Do Much to Stop It

April 14, 2022
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A severe warning sign for U.S. equity investors and should be positive for precious metals.
BIS Reckons Inflation Will Persist Long Term – Gold Should Benefit Accordingly

BIS Reckons Inflation Will Persist Long Term – Gold Should Benefit Accordingly

April 12, 2022
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BIS suggests that an inflationary environment will remain with us globally and that global economies will have great difficulty adjusting to this new normal.
War Is Bad for Business but Inflation Is Even Worse

War Is Bad for Business but Inflation Is Even Worse

March 10, 2022
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The rise in inflation which presents the biggest challenge to society and investment as we know it.
Inflation Heads Higher, So Does Gold and Silver

Inflation Heads Higher, So Does Gold and Silver

November 15, 2021
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The latest US Consumer Price Index (CPI) figure released midweek puts the country’s inflation level at a well above average 6.2% year-on-year - its highest for almost 30 years.
Federal Open Market Committee Raising Rates

Federal Open Market Committee Raising Rates

June 15, 2021
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This week’s FOMC meeting deliberations, outcome and analysis thereof is likely to set gold and silver’s short term price patterns.
Could the Fed Raise Rates and if so, What Happens?

Could the Fed Raise Rates and if so, What Happens?

May 25, 2021
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There are decidedly mixed views on the rate of U.S. inflation or even if it exists sufficiently enough to worry central bank policy making.