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Bad News and Really Bad News: SchiffGold Friday Gold Wrap March 11, 2022

March 11, 2022  by SchiffGold  0   0 We got the February CPI data yesterday. There is some bad news in the report and then there is some really bad news. In this episode, SchiffGold Friday Gold Wrap Host Mike Maharrey breaks it all down. He also talks about gold’s rollercoaster ride this week in the context of inflation […]

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Comex Update: First Gold and Now Silver

March 11, 2022  by SchiffGold  0   1 Weeks before the Russian invasion of Ukraine, I highlighted Comex data points that could signal a big move ahead in gold. The invasion may have been the spark to light the fire, but the data showed the groundwork was being laid back in January. Silver has now sent up its own […]

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Inflation Up 0.8% Month-on-Month and Shows No Sign of Slowing

March 10, 2022  by SchiffGold  0   0 The latest seasonally adjusted inflation rate for January was 0.8% month over month. The non-seasonally adjusted annual rate came in at 7.87%. Both of these numbers were slightly above expectations. Unlike last year, where one component made up the bulk of the move, the past several months have shown increases more […]

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CPI Hits 7.9%; And It’s Worse Than That

March 10, 2022  by SchiffGold  0   1 The Consumer Price Index data for February just came out. It was smoking hot yet again with prices up 0.8% month-on-month and 7.9% on an annual basis. Keep in mind, this was before the big spike in oil prices due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. And inflation is even worse […]

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Is the US Undermining the Dollar’s Credibility?

March 10, 2022  by Michael Maharrey  0   1 The credibility of the dollar is taking some self-inflicted blows. And the world is watching. Could this hasten the end of the greenback as the world’s reserve currency? It started long before recent events in Ukraine. The Federal Reserve printed trillions of dollars out of thin air in response to […]

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