Posts tagged 'Real Rates'

How low can gold go?

Gold descended through the key psychological level of $1,200 on Thursday:

This has now led a whole bunch of people getting excited about an upcoming bottom in gold, as well its prospective speedy revival.  Read more

Gold, the China connection

In the last few years China has become the single largest producer of gold.

It is also, by some measures, the second largest global consumer of the precious metal outright.

Given this, some goldbugs are befuddled as to why, despite all this Chinese buying and scenes like this…

….gold prices are still falling like this: Read more

Some key levels on the eurodollar strip

Following up on our previous post which referenced some interesting goings on in the eurodollar markets, we bring you this chart courtesy of the ICAP rates team:

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The end of RoRo, or is it?

Last week, Kit Juckes at SocGen was one of many analysts who, after looking at the latest FOMC minutes, found fit to arrive at one overriding conclusion: the era of Risk-on, Risk-off (RoRo) investing is arguably coming to an end.

As he explained… Read more