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By: Arkadiusz Sieron - 19 June, 2018

The first thing that strikes you when watching Powell’s press conference is his style. He is more plain-spoken than Yellen, who liked academic mumbo-jumbo, or Alan Greenspan, who said he’d mastered the art of mumbling “with great incoherence.” Instead, Powell styles himself as Chairman for People who wants to improve transparency. Full Story

By: Frank Holmes - 19 June, 2018

The U.S. inflation story made further inroads this month, with year-over-year price growth for consumers and producers alike hitting multiyear highs. U.S. consumer prices expanded at their strongest pace in more than six years, climbing to an annual change of 2.8 percent in May. Prices for final demand goods, meanwhile, grew 3.1 percent, their strongest annual surge since December 2011. Full Story

By: John Rubino - 19 June, 2018

Europe is frequently held up as an example of how the rest of the world should behave on a variety of issues. But this comparison misses at least two things: First, “Europe” is actually a lot of different countries in a lot of different situations. Second, much of what seems to work over there only does so because it’s being financed with ever-increasing amounts of debt. Full Story

By: Rick Ackerman - 19 June, 2018

Index futures are getting pummeled for the second straight night, supposedly because of heightened tariff fears. How is it that these fears lay dormant throughout Monday’s boring session, only to resurface like Kilauea lava during off-hours trading? As a former floor trader myself, I’d attribute this dynamic to the ease with which stocks can be manipulated when there’s no one around. In this case, the goal of the sleazeballs who dominate thin markets is to exhaust sellers, the better to run stocks up bears’ old wazoo when they come to their trading screens in the morning. This is what happened Sunday night: a volume-less selloff equivalent to nearly 200 Dow points was reversed at the opening bell by an almost-as-gratuitous rally. Full Story

By: David Chapman - 18 June, 2018

“A special place in hell” so said Peter Navarro, the U.S. senior trade advisor directed at Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. His statement was directed at Trudeau for engaging in bad-faith diplomacy with U.S. President Donald Trump. He later apologized, but the damage was done. Trudeau was also accused of “betrayal” and that the U.S. was “stabbed in the back” according the U.S.’s chief economic advisor Larry Kudlow. President Donald Trump later followed all of that he’d punish “the people of Canada” because of PM’s Justin Trudeau’s news conference. Full Story

By: Frank Holmes - 18 June, 2018

The best performing metal this week was silver, down just 1.37 percent. Gold traders and analysts were bullish on the yellow metal due to speculation that the now confirmed interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve could ease the dollar’s rally, according to Bloomberg. It is of interest to note that over the last three weeks gold stocks, as measured by the NYSE Arca Gold Miners Index, have outperformed bullion by 121 basis points. Full Story

By: Gary Tanashian - 18 June, 2018

In light of the developing trade war between the US and China, let’s review the all-important Semiconductor sector and in particular, the Semi Equipment segment, which is a key economic early bird (and canary in a coal mine). Various sectors took hits on Friday as Trump moved forward with Tariffs on China. But most of those sectors and industries are follow-on aspects of the economic cycle, which got its start when the early bird chirped in early 2013. Full Story

By: Ricky Wen - 18 June, 2018

The main takeaway from this week is that the market has formed a temporary top for ES at 2796. It could be treated as a double top pattern (against the March highs region) if this upcoming week flushes back into lower end support. Conversely, if the bulls during this upcoming week are able to breakout above 2796 along with follow through above the 2800-2807 March highs region, then this past week was just simply a high level consolidation pattern. Full Story

By: Hubert Moolman - 18 June, 2018

The pressure on the current monetary establishment has been building steadily. Just because gold and silver has not made a major move up, does not mean that the terminal illness of the international monetary system has now gone away. On the contrary, its imminent demise is now more certain, given the various financial confirmations over the last couple of years (see my other writings). Full Story

By: John Rubino - 18 June, 2018

Oil prices are up over the past year, which is bad if you’re, say, a developing country that imports a lot of the stuff. But the US dollar (aka the petrodollar) is also up, which compounds the problem because oil is priced in dollars. So Brazil, for instance, finds itself buying an appreciating necessity that’s priced in an appreciating. Full Story

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