Friday, September 13, 2013

Freaky Flowers

The flower sellers on Martin Place, Sydney have outdone themselves today with these roses. Personally I blame global warming :-)

Commodities Tomorrow: Gold bugs look to FOMC

Gold Retreats on Improved U.S. Data

Sept. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports on the reasons for gold's decline and the market reaction for gold stocks. He speaks with John Dawson on Bloomberg Television's "First Up."

A Worrying Decline going into the London open

On the back of a decline of $40 from the London open (yesterday) to the Sydney open (today) gold has just suffered a $10 downdraft in Hong Kong trading, 2 hours out from the London open. It maybe the London, and not the Comex, that will be determining the price direction as we head into the weekend.

Silver follows gold lower

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Turd Ferguson - The Financial Crisis is Not Over, The Worst is Yet to Come

From wearechange

Bill Murphy of GATA discusses the Gold and Silver Market

From FinanceAndLiberty

Syrian Army battles Jihadists in ancient Christian village

From RT

Published on Sep 12, 2013
The Syrian army is battling small groups of rebels who remain in the ancient Christian village of Maaloula. Opposition fighters linked to Al-Qaeda have been in control of the area for almost a week - reportedly looting religious sites and forcing residents to convert to Islam at gunpoint. RT's Maria Finoshina made it to the village following reports that government troops have re-captured it - but found pockets of resistance remain.

Keiser Report: America's Curse

From RT

Published on Sep 12, 2013
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss America's curse: dollar printing or JP Morgan? They also examine the truth about the fact that despite a mere $4 extra to manufacture a smartphone in America rather than in China, production will remain overseas. In the second half, Max travels upriver to interview Turd Ferguson of outside JP Morgan's Park Avenue headquarters. Turd reports that JPMorgan has 'cornered' the Comex gold market and also comments on the bank's silver short and their 'rogue' commodities desk, reportedly being investigated by the FBI for obstruction of justice.