Esta semana, los casos de coronavirus continuaron aumentando sustancialmente en los Estados Unidos, en especial, en los estados que han reabierto su comercio casi por completo.
China is still seeing increasing numbers of cases, but the pace of new infections seems to be slowing and the government claims that the situation there is largely under control.
Once a brain drain has occurred, that country is likely to slide into the doldrums, perhaps for a generation, and, as history has shown, often for much longer.
The positive momentum for precious metals continues, as the effects of COVID-19 linger and an overall risky marketplace continues to push investors towards safe havens.
There are a number of catalysts for silver that could ignite its market over the coming months and years, and it seems inevitable that silver will be a direct beneficiary of the monetary madness that defines the world of central banking today.
En China, el virus repuntó en un mercado local de Pekín y, supuestamente, el salmón importado que allí se vende es el foco del virus, lo que despertó preocupación sobre la posibilidad de que los alimentos sean vectores del Coronavirus.
New coronavirus cases have continued to climb in the U.S. in the wake of massive protests and the reopening of some of the more southern states.
“Las protestas desencadenadas por la muerte de George Floyd, a manos de la policía de Mineápolis a principios de este mes, continuaron en los Estados Unidos esta semana. Las protestas parecen haber evolucionado hasta convertirse en una mezcla desorganizada y caótica de grupos…”
Market volatility has increased amid fears that the U.S. consumer may be forced back into hiding as the virus shows signs of an increasing its spread again.
The boomer generation reached their teens in the 1960s, and having grown accustomed to receiving whatever they wanted in life, they were young adults and wanted to party. The phrase, “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll” was coined and it was an apt one.