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Article By: Jill Mislinski
The latest reading of 1.446M was below the Investing.com forecast of 1.540M and is a 9.6% decrease from the previous month's 1.599M.
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Article By: SchiffGold
Gold and silver deliveries on the Comex have surged since March 2020. While delivery volume in 2021 and 2022 are below the massive amount seen in 2020, overall volume is very elevated compared to pre-Covid levels.
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Article By: Stefan Rust
Much is being said of Tornado Cash’s usage by the North Korean state-backed hacking group Lazarus, but the likelihood that North Korean hackers make up anything more than a tiny fraction of a percent of Tornado’s users is small.
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Article By: Jeff Desjardins
For nearly 50 years, U.S. imports have exceeded exports and 2021 was no exception. Imports of goods to the U.S. equaled $2.8 trillion, relative to $1.8 trillion for exports, putting the 2021 goods trade deficit at its highest level on record.
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Article By: Scott Sumner
The Swiss economy is extremely productive, and very little of that success relates to retail banking. Statistically, since 1880 Switzerland has outpaced its European neighbors by a wide margin.
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Article By: ESG Today
Google parent company Alphabet published its 2022 Sustainable Bond Impact Report, indicating that the company has completed the allocation of the proceeds of its 2020 $5.7 billion sustainability bond, and outlining the details of the deployments.
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Article By: Marc Chandler
After retreating most of last week, the US dollar has extended yesterday’s gains today. In stocks, the US S&P 500 rose to reach almost four-month highs yesterday.
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Article By: The Tokenist
With one of its the most important updates nearing completion on Ethereum, the smart contract platform seems to have finally decoupled from Bitcoin.
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Article By: Carsten Brzeski
August's ZEW reading only adds to the bad news out of Germany. The long list of risks and challenges the German economy is facing makes a recession in the second half of the year almost inevitable.
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Article By: Christopher Lewis
It now looks as if the S&P 500 is going to break above the 4300 level, and that opens up the possibility of a bit of a “melt-up”. There’s nothing truly keeping the market back other than the 200-day EMA, an indicator that is only somewhat reliable.
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