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18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasSCHWER-Gewichte in SILBER

13.03.11 23:55
Dieser Discussions-Faden soll voll und ganz das Thema SILBER - wie auch die damit zusammenhängende STABILITÄTS-Frage verschiedener WÄHRUNGEN fassen...

Und was die Hervorbringung des Silbers angeht, so wollen wir uns hierbei jeweils
auf die SCHWER-Gewichte in diesem Edel-Metall concentrieren; also zum Beispiel
auf jene Papers, wie sie derzeit aus der unten angefügten Chart-Vergleichung ersichtlich sind.

Bei Bezugnahme auf fremde Ausarbeitungen ist stets auf correcte QUELLEN-Angabe
zu achten.  
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18618 Postings, 2406 Tage Teras514000: Echt nur 'angebliche' Manipulation?

28.07.14 00:38

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage Teras883549: Sturzflug des Heiligen Geistes...

01.08.14 04:36

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasArgentinien fällt erneut auf den Dollar herein:

01.08.14 05:15

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasZum Hintergrund der jüngsten Staats-Pleite:

01.08.14 11:44

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckwas uns zu MH17 sonst noch verschwiegen wurde

06.08.14 14:41
und: wer trägt tatsächlich die verantwortung? zum abschuss und derer politischer folgen!
siehe link - siehe video:
Flight MH17 - What You're Not Being Told | SCG News
Who was REALLY responsible for the downing of flight MH-17? Let's take a look at the facts.

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckITALIEN erneut in rezession - und wie!

06.08.14 14:47
The European "Recovery" Is Over: Italy "Unexpectedly" Enters Triple-Dip Recession | Zero Hedge
Goodbye European recovery, we hardly knew you. It must have come as a huge shock to all hypnotized lemmings aka "sophisticated investors" who have been following the manipulated, artificial yields in the Italian 10Y relentlessly declining and thus suggesting at least some economic stability ...

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckjapan sieht nicht besser aus! bloomberg:

06.08.14 15:04
Weak Japan Exports, Output Said to Raise Concerns at BOJ
By Toru Fujioka and Masahiro Hidaka
August 04, 2014 11:03 PM EDT   2 Comments
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Bank of Japan officials are concerned about increasing signs of weakness in the economy following a sales-tax increase, according to people familiar with the central bank’s discussions.
Governor Haruhiko Kuroda and his board will discuss this week if they should lower their assessment of the nation’s exports and also whether to express caution about a decline in industrial production, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the talks are private.
Economists from JPMorgan Chase & Co. and UBS AG cut their estimates for second-quarter gross domestic product after data showed exports unexpectedly declined, retail sales dropped more than forecast and output fell the most since the March 2011 earthquake. The BOJ is forecast to maintain its record stimulus at a two-day meeting ending Aug. 8.
“The latest data flow out of Japan has not been pretty,” Izumi Devalier, Japan economist at HSBC Holdings Plc in Hong Kong, wrote in an e-mailed note yesterday. “We think the government and central bank will face increasing pressure over the coming weeks to deliver additional stimulus if data continues to disappoint.”
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe increased the sales levy by 3 percentage points in April, hitting consumer spending and ending six straight quarters of growth in the world’s third-biggest economy. Industrial production tumbled 3.3 percent in June from the previous month, the steepest decline in more than three years, as manufacturers cut back in response to weak consumption.
Government Assessment
The volley of weak data overshadowed a July 17 report from Abe’s Cabinet Office in which the government raised its assessment of the economy for the first time in six months, saying a drop in demand after sales-tax increase was easing.
“We are finally seeing the real impact of the sales tax,” said Maiko Noguchi, senior economist at Daiwa Securities Co. in Tokyo and a former central bank official. “The rebound from the tax hike is going to be anemic.”
The BOJ will keep policy unchanged at its meeting this week, according to all 34 economists in a survey by Bloomberg News. Twenty-six percent of those surveyed forecast easing to come at one of two meetings in October.
Japanese companies have found little extra support from overseas demand, with shipments stagnating, even after reflationary policies championed by Abe helped to weaken the yen 17 percent against the dollar since he took power in December 2012. The currency was little changed at 102.58 per dollar at 11:43 a.m. in Tokyo.
Export Drop
Exports dropped 1.1 percent in three months through June from the previous quarter, when they declined 1 percent, according to the Bank of Japan.
Reuters reported earlier that BOJ policy makers may propose lowering their view of exports and industrial output.
After the production data on July 30, JPMorgan cut its GDP forecast to an annualized contraction of 7.5 percent for the second quarter and UBS reduced its projection for the economy to contract 8.2 percent. The GDP report for the three months through June is due on Aug. 13.
To contact the reporters on this story: Toru Fujioka in Tokyo at; Masahiro Hidaka in Tokyo at  

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady lucksimulate until you stimulate japanese style

06.08.14 15:09

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasWie die Ukraíne nazifiziert wurde,

07.08.14 02:46

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckIS march on - Kalifat IS wächst

07.08.14 10:24
und wieder so ein CIA gestütztes liebkind das out of control ist. oder doch nicht?

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckebolaverbreitung in westafrika nun exponentiell

07.08.14 10:47
It Is Becoming Clear – We Are NOT Prepared For An Ebola Pandemic
The United States is woefully unprepared for an Ebola outbreak.  If a pandemic were to erupt, the very limited number of hospital labs and isolation units that

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckebola II

07.08.14 11:17
Ebola Deaths Go Exponential; Nigeria Demands Experimental Drug From US, Saudi Death First In Arab World | Zero Hedge
The official Ebola death toll is now at 932 with over 1,700 reported cases but as the WHO reports, in the last 48 hours, deaths and cases have exploded (48 and 108 respectively). As the charts below show, this epidemic is going exponential. What is perhaps most worrisome is, while playing down the th ...

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckwundersame welt? kreml reaktion ist politisch

07.08.14 16:36
motiviert? na sowas (wer auch immer in brüssel das verfasst hat, sollte nochmal
geschult werden *lach)
Statement by Commission spokesman on the announcement of measures by the Russian Federation
The European Union regrets the announcement by the Russian Federation of measures which will target imports of food and agricultural products. This announcement is clearly politically motivated. The Commission will assess the measures in question as soon as we have more information as to their full content and extent. We underline that the European Union's restrictive measures are directly linked with the illegal annexation of Crimea and destabilisation of Ukraine. The European Union remains committed to de-escalating the situation in Ukraine. All should join in this effort. Following full assessment by the Commission of the Russian Federation's measures, we reserve the right to take action as appropriate.
European Commission  - Press Release details page - European Commission Brussels, 7 August 2014 Statement The European Union regrets the announcement by the Russian Federation of measures which will target imports of food and agricultural products. This announcement is clearly politically motivated.  ...

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckkreml schlauer als westlicher turbokapitalismus?

07.08.14 17:57
Will Putin Realize That Russia Holds The Cards?

Paul Craig Roberts

More evidence, about which I hope to write at length, is piling up that Europe has acquiesced to Washington’s drive to war with Russia, a war that is likely to be the final war for humanity. By Russia’s low key and unthreatening response to Washington’s aggression, thereby giving the West the mistaken signal that Russia is weak and fearful, the Russian government has encouraged Washington’s drive to war.

It appears that the Russians’ greatest weakness is that capitalism has raised enough Russians to a comfortable living standard that the war that Washington is bringing to them is scary, and they want to avoid it in order to continue living like decadent Western Europeans.

The same thing happened to the once fierce Vandals in North Africa in the 6th century when the Vandals were exterminated by a small force from the Eastern Roman Empire.The Vandals had lost the valor that had given them a rich chunk of the Roman Empire.

Russia needs to save the world from war, but the avoidance of war requires Russia to make the costs clear to Europeans.

Faced with economic sanctions, essentially illegal and warlike actions, applied to various Russian individuals and businesses by Washington and Washington’s EU puppets and by Switzerland, a country taught to be more fearful of Washington than of Moscow, Russian President Putin has asked the Russian government to come up with countermeasures to be implemented in response to the gratuitous sanctions imposed against Russia.

But, Putin says, Russia must hold back: “Obviously we need to do it cautiously in order to support domestic manufacturers, but not hurt consumers.”

In other words, Putin wants to impose sanctions that are not really sanctions, but something that looks like tit for tat.

The amazing thing about Russia finding herself on the defensive about sanctions is that Russia, not Washington or the impotent EU, holds all the cards. Putin can bring down the economies of Europe and throw all of Europe into political and economic chaos simply by turning off the energy supply.

Putin would not have to turn off the energy supply for very long before Europe tells Washington good-bye and comes to terms with Russia. The longer Putin waits, the longer Europe has to prepare against Russia’s best weapon that can be used to peacefully resolve the conflict that Washington has orchestrated.

Washington’s aggressive moves against Russia will not stop until Putin realizes that he, not Washington, holds the cards, and plays them.

The world has had enough of Washington, its constant lies, its constant wars, and its bullying. Putin would do well to spend a few hours with Belisarius, Justinian the Great’s great general.

“When I treat with my enemies,” Belisarius said, “I am more accustomed to give than to receive counsel; but I hold in one hand inevitable ruin, in the other peace and freedom.”

That is precisely the position that Vladimir Putin is in with regard to Europe. In one hand he holds the ruin of Europe. In the other peace and freedom in the relations between Russia and Europe.

He needs to call up the dumbshit European “leaders” and tell them.

If Putin does not put his foot down hard and make clear to the Europeans what the stakes are, Washington will succeed in its determination to drive the world to war, and “exceptional and indispensable” Americans will die along with all the rest.  

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckalso, da kann der Kreml nix dafür: poor EU figures

07.08.14 18:18
A stream of poor economic reports from the Eurozone may be more than just the "Putin factor"
A slew of negative economic surprises across the Eurozone is pointing to significant challenges the area faces on its road to recovery. Three of these surprises are listed below:

1. Italy's GDP unexpectedly contracted last quarter putting the nation into a third recession in since the financial crisis.
WSJ: - Italy has slipped into its third recession since 2008, data showed Wednesday, in an unexpected setback that threatens to restrain the broader euro zone's fitful recovery.

Italy's economy contracted at an annualized rate of 0.8% in the quarter ending June 30, according to a first estimate by national statistics institute Istat—the latest sign of how parts of Europe are still struggling to escape the legacy of the global financial crisis. It was the second successive quarter of falling Italian output, which meets the common international definition of a recession.

2. The area's retail sector took an unexpected turn for the worse last month.
Markit: - The eurozone retail sector started the second half of the year on a weaker footing. The fragility of consumer spending was exposed by the PMI, particularly in France and Italy where the data showed sharper downturns in sales. Even in Germany, the one area of relative strength, there was an appreciable slowdown from June’s recent peak. Retailers underperformed relative to their targets to the greatest extent since March 2013, leading to further accumulations of unsold stock and the prospect of greater discounting ahead.

3. German factory orders contracted at the fastest pace since 2011.
Deutsche Welle: - German industrial orders fell for the second consecutive month in June at a rate of 3.2 percent, following a similar 1.6 percent contraction in May, the economics ministry in Berlin said Wednesday. According to the data, orders contracted at their fastest pace since September 2011, disappointing analysts who had predicted gains of 0.9 percent in a consensus forecast.

While many are blaming these economic headwinds on the uncertainty related to Russia/Ukraine as well as the sanctions, some analysts are pointing to problems closer to home.
The Telegraph: - After what was dismissed as an irregular drop last month, Germany’s factory orders have seen another surprise fall in June. But the downturn has not been solely down to German exposure to ongoing tensions in Russia and Ukraine. Much of the poor performance is explained by crumbling demand from eurozone peers. Evelyn Herrmann, European economist at BNP Paribas, said that “the weakness was mainly driven by orders from within the eurozone” which fell by 10.4pc in June. Non-eurozone orders were stagnant in that month.
The collapse in German government bond yields accelerated in response, reaching another record low.

Moreover, the yield curve is beginning to show signs of inversion in the front end. This is not what the yield curve of a healthy economy is supposed to look like.

The so-called "Putin factor" has certainly shaken confidence of the area's consumers and added uncertainty to the corporate boardrooms (giving Putin additional leverage over western nations). But the Eurozone's challenges seem to go beyond that. As the ECB prepares for another meeting shortly, these issues are sure to be brought up. Draghi's last bullet - direct asset purchases by the ECB - may no longer be as easily dismissed by the Governing Council.  

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckIndien prescht voran (back to thread topic)

07.08.14 18:24
FE Mobile - Gold delivery on MCX hits highest since April last year - Gold delivery on the Multi-Commodity Exchange (MCX) platform against the August contract hit the highe

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckteras: zu argentinien post #2036

07.08.14 18:48

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckwar da nochwas mit argentinien,swaps und portugal?

07.08.14 18:51
Argentina And Banco Espirito: What About The Derivatives? |
If Banco Espirito goes under, the default could trigger $29 billion in bondholder claims, and $120 billion in credit default claims. However, it’s not th

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasUkraíne beschießt Russland offenbar weiters:

08.08.14 03:32
OSZE bestätigt Einschlag zweier ukrainischer Geschosse auf russischem Gebiet | Sicherheit und Militär | RIA Novosti
Сотрудники миссии Организации по безопасности и сотрудничеству в Европе (ОБСЕ) во время посещения КПП "Гуково" в Ростовской области.

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckwird noch eine wilde silberwoche werden, next week

08.08.14 21:46
 New London Silver Price heralds new era in precious metals Thomson Reuters Eikon
The silver market is set for a historic makeover as Thomson Reuters and the CME Group are set to operate the new London Silver Price from 15 August.
The silver market is set for a historic makeover as Thomson Reuters and the CME Group are set to operate the new London Silver Price from 15 August, as the current 117-year old process comes to an end.

The silver fix – which is used by producers, consumers and investors on a daily basis – is currently set every day at noon by three banks via a conference call, working out a price at which their customers are willing to buy and sell the metal. A City of London Institution, the silver fix is used to price for mining sales contracts and exchange-traded funds.

The London Bullion Market Association (LBMA) confirmed that the existing daily silver fix, will be replaced on August 15 by the new London Silver Price with CME Group providing a price platform and methodology, with Thomson Reuters responsible for administration and governance.

The new method offers an auction-based, auditable electronic system that will match buying and selling orders to reach a benchmark for the price of silver. All of the auctions can be viewed live on Thomson Reuters flagship desktop, Eikon.

Can’t miss webinar: The new London Silver Price Mechanism. Greater transparency, facilitated by Thomson Reuters, CME and LBMA

If you would like to learn more about the new process, join Thomson Reuters, CME Group and the LBMA for an informative webinar around the new London Silver Price and the methodology behind how this number is produced.  

18618 Postings, 2406 Tage TerasRussisch-americanisches Milliarden-Project:

11.08.14 10:37

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckschwache zahlen, tensions in ukraine und irak

13.08.14 15:19
Wahre US Arbeitslosigkeit bei ca. 23%, zu hohe Teilzeitjobquote und Retail sales are the weakest in six months
WASHINGTON (MarketWatch) — Sales at U.S. retailers in July had the weakest growth in six months, dragged down by auto dealers, according to government data released Wednesday.

Overall retail sales were basically unchanged in July, ticking up only a tiny fraction from June, the U.S. Commerce Department reported. That result missed expectations from economists polled by MarketWatch, who had forecast retail-sales growth of 0.2% in July, matching June’s result. Excluding autos, retail sales rose 0.1% in July, also missing forecasts that called for growth to hold steady at 0.4%.

Retail sales are a major chunk of consumer spending, which is the backbone of the U.S. economy. Recent retail-sales reports have been tepid, held back by weak wage growth and wary consumers.

While most economists expect stronger hiring trends this year to lead to higher wages and more consumer spending, others point out that many new jobs, in areas such as retail, are relatively low paying and may not do much to pump up spending.

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckUS AL-quote bei 23,2%

13.08.14 15:39
ermittelt durch Paul Craig Roberts, US Senator Charles Schumer und John Williams von Shadowstats! Details im nachfolgendem Link:

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckconfusion bei am Fr. neu eingeführten silverfixing

13.08.14 15:48
Since there is no centralised clearing for precious metals markets, the initial users of the new benchmark are expected to be the 11 market-making members of the London Bullion Market Association, which include Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs and UBS.

But so far no one has publicly stepped forward to say they will be involved even though testing of the system has gone without a hitch. The CME Group, whose Comex exchange offers the biggest silver futures contract, is providing the electronic price platform and the algorithm that will be used to set the auction’s opening price. Thomson Reuters will take care of the governance and administration.

That said, the news outlet also notes that the uncertainty is “only to be expected” and the list of participants may simply be released Friday.

weitere infos von norman ross:  

2651 Postings, 1116 Tage lady luckMonsanto Gentech f. Europa: Zielgebiet Ukraine

17.08.14 00:19
What could Monsanto and the Ukrainian conflict possibly have in common? Let’s just take a look:
The stakes around Ukraine’s vast agricultural sector, the world’s third largest exporter of corn and fifth largest exporter of wheat, constitute a critical factor that has been overlooked. With ample fields of fertile black soil that allow for high production volumes of grains, Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe.
Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe and it is GMO-Free, but not for long.
Biotech Takeover of Ukraine Imminent | Farm Wars
Ukraine is the breadbasket of Europe and it is GMO-Free, but not for long.

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