As the world descends into further uncertainty amid a resurgence of coronavirus cases, investors appear to increasingly be turning to precious metals as a means to help diversify their portfolios against another potential crash in equity markets
Precious metals, particularly Gold and Silver have picked up renewed interest from investors who are seeking safe-haven assets for their capital as volatility and uncertainty remain elevated around the world.
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.
Los bancos centrales siguen inyectando dinero fiduciario sin soporte en sus respectivos sistemas financieros, para combatir la devastación económica que causó la pandemia del coronavirus.
“Even as businesses see a resumption in customer traffic, many in the U.S. appear to be having trouble getting their employees to come back to work.”
Throughout the world, the media televise weekly reports on the protests in Hong Kong. Developments have remained highly visible, courtesy of regular demonstrations that take place like clockwork, every weekend in the business district of the city.
The U.S.-China trade dispute continues to provoke uncertainty and volatility in all markets. The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine also continues to foster division and gridlock within the U.S. government.
The ongoing trade dispute between the U.S. and China continues to spark volatility in all markets. The first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Trump’s July 25 phone call with the President of Ukraine got underway this week but equity markets seemed to largely ignore the spectacle and the political uncertainty it could cause, choosing instead to simply shoot higher on nothing more than the tenuous hope that the U.S. and China were “close” to reaching a trade deal.