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Top 10 Penny Stocks of the Future

Among various types of securities, there are penny stocks that cost pennies, and investors or traders invest in them to…

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A record pile of gold owned by central banks. News that no one noticed

According to recently published data from the World Gold Council, as of September 2021, the total amount of gold in…

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Annual inflation in the U.S. rose to 7%, hinting at the need to raise rates in the spring

Consumer prices in the U.S. rose in December 2021 to the highest in almost 40 years, gradually cementing the foundation…

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Oil is getting more expensive amid supply problems in Kazakhstan, Libya, the USA, and Canada

Oil shows the best week since mid-December amid unrest in Kazakhstan and problems in Libya. In the United States and…

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The first auction of 2022 for gold did not work out, but it’s too early to despair

Over the past four weeks, the “bulls” of the gold market have successfully kept prices above the $ 1,800 mark,…

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OPEC expected to increase oil production in February by 400 thousand barrels

Estimates of the supply surplus in the first quarter have. Although the cartel is lagging far behind the return of…

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Turkey has declared an economic witch hunt; what will be the consequences?

The government does not know what the valid reason for the devaluation is. However, the root cause is inflation, which,…

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How to predict the right time to invest in gold?

Adding precious metals, especially gold, to an investment portfolio is one of the best strategies to diversify your assets. Case…

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Erdogan has promised to reduce inflation to 4% amid a record drop in the lira.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said that he would reduce inflation to 4% against the background of the highest inflation rate…

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The Central Bank of Turkey again conducted a currency intervention – in vain

The market seems to be showing Erdogan what he will do with the lira if he lowers rates again on…

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