• Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

    “Gurksy’s work engages you with monumental scale. It allows viewers to insert themselves into the scene he has choreographed in front of you but also to take a position as a viewer from above, looking own on the scene with a god-like perspective on the work. He captures the human-ness, but still retains a very objective composition." Phillips' Deputy Chairman of Europe & Asia Matt Carey-Williams presents Andreas Gursky 'Chicago, Mercantile Exchange', 1997 to be offered in our Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 29 June in London. See this work: phillips.com/detail/ANDREAS-GURSKY/UK010415/17 Produced by Phillips (2015)

    published: 14 Sep 2015
  • A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

    (Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Trading currencies and the Asia Currency Unit -- adding new products and the future of SMX

    published: 23 Dec 2010
  • Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

    Iran's Mercantile Exchange (IME) increases its value by 60% in the last 9 months. IME is a commodities exchange located in Iran's capital Tehran. Founded in 2006, the IME trades in agricultural, industrial and petrochemical products in the spot and futures markets. It originally started as mainly a domestic or regional market but has now grown to become the Middle East's largest and highest value commodities market. IME's Deputy of Operations talked about the various reasons for past years huge spike in trade volume. The IME has grown internationally and is registered with both The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) is a non-profit international organization comprising the main stock exchanges in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia and the Association of Futu...

    published: 07 Jan 2014
  • Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

    May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange's offering of yuan-denominated gold products. The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China-backed bourse plans to introduce dollar silver futures by June after trading of dollar-denominated gold futures begins today, Albert Helmig, president of the exchange, said. China is promoting the use of the yuan in global trade and investment to reduce its reliance on the dollar. Bloomberg's Susan Li also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)

    published: 23 Mar 2012
  • WRAP Asia stocks mixed ahead of European rate decisions, oil falls to 3-yr low

    Tokyo, Japan 1. Wide of Tokyo Stock Exchange, pan down to trading floor 2. Mid of trader 3. Wide of trading floor, pan up to stock board 4. Mid of electronic TOPIX stock board 5. Close of stock board showing gains 6. Various of electronic board 7. Close of ticker 8. Wide of traders Seoul, South Korea 9. Wide of computer screens and stock board in background 10. Close of screen with KOSPI and Exchange Rate 11. Close of stock board showing benchmark index up 12. Mid of stock board 13. Mid of employee in Korea Exchange Office 14. Close pan down of stock board showing benchmark index rise 15. Wide pan of stock board 16. Mid of stock board listing shares 17. Close of screen listing stock index 18. Close of screen 19. Mid of Korea Exchange screens 20. Wide pan of ...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • The Mercantile

    Many people already know Ree Drummond through her blog, her many cook books, her cooking show on Food Network, but now you can see her latest endeavor in downtown Pawhuska, The Mercantile. It’s a 2 story destination deli, bakery and general store in the heart of Osage County.

    published: 03 Jan 2017
  • ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

    (23 May 2012) Reports that Greece is considering preparations to leave the euro common currency sent Asian stock markets lower on Wednesday. Investors have long known of the possibility of a Greek withdrawal from the 17-nation euro currency union as it struggles to meet harsh austerity targets that are a condition of getting international bailout money. But a financial news service's report, which quoted former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and suggested such a euro exit could be approaching, flustered markets. Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 1.2 percent to 8,623.46. The Bank of Japan on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged at near zero as widely expected. Later on Wednesday, leaders of the 27 European Union countries will meet in Brussels for a summit expected to focu...

    published: 31 Jul 2015
  • Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

    Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed th...

    published: 19 Mar 2015
  • Pan Asia Gold Exchange Short.wmv

    The Pan Asia Gold Exchange (PAGE) has been approved by the Yunnan Provincial Government, supported by the Peoples Bank of China, to operate a gold exchange in the capital city of Kunming, Yunnan Province, PRC. Power Capital Financial Trading (PCFT) has been engaged by Pan Asia Gold Exchange to help establish and develop the Exchange's business domestically and promote it internationally.

    published: 28 Jun 2011
  • CME Launches Bitcoin Futures

    Sunday, December 17th, the world’s biggest derivatives exchange operator CME Group Inc. launched bitcoin’s futures trading. According to reuters.com, “The CME bitcoin futures opened at $20,650 and have so far traded as high as $20,650 and as low as $19,315 in a session that extends overnight into Monday.” Spencer partner at Blockchain Capital LLC, “We saw a nice open on light volume, but pretty uneventful so far. I do think we could certainly pick up in volume as Asia begins to open… I think perhaps a lot of investors want to sit back and see how this plays out before dipping their toes in this market.” http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/uUO2BXKCXTk/bitcoin-hits-a-bigger-wall-street-stage-as-exchange-giant-cme-launches-futures-idUSKBN1EB04N http://www.wochit.com This video was...

    published: 18 Dec 2017
  • HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

    English/Nat Singapore's bid to eclipse its financial competitors in Asia has taken a step forward as its monetary exchange launches a controversial futures contract based on nearly the same stocks as Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index. Officials at Hong Kong's Futures Exchange said on Monday they were taking the challenge seriously posed by the futures index, tried once before with little success, from Singapore's International Monetary Exchange. But they said they believed that Hong Kong has what it takes to remain as competitive as always. Hong Kong's Futures Exchange opened for business as usual on Monday. Traders are watching it closely as this is the launch day of a rival index by Singapore, posing a possible threat to the Hong Kong Futures Exchange market. The...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Egypt Unrest Rattles Commodities Exchange

    From the streets of Cairo to the worlds largest trading floor, the CME Group in Chicago.. the ripple from the Egyptian unrest is starting to become a worry on the global economy. (Jan. 31)

    published: 31 Jan 2011
  • Asia Shares Gain as Japan Trade Data Better Than Forecast

    TOKYOAsian markets mostly rose Monday after the release of improved Japanese manufacturing and trade data that suggest activity is picking up in the world's third biggest economy. Looking ahead, attention is likely to focus this week on Friday's report of U.S. growth data. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 index added 0.3 percent to 17,234.42 while Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.4 percent to 23,481.02. The Shanghai Composite index gained 1.2 percent to 3,126.71 and South Korea's Kospi climbed 0.5 percent to 2,042.92. India's Sensex edged 0.1 percent higher to 28,114.23, while Australia's S&P ASX 200 fell 0.4 percent to 5,408.50. Markets in Southeast Asia and Taiwan were mostly higher. ANALYST VIEWPOINT: "The highlight of the week will no doubt come from US 3Q GDP," Chris Weston of IG s...

    published: 24 Oct 2016
  • Gold down in Asia after China industrial output, retail sales noted

    Investing.com - Gold prices fell in Asia on Monday after China data mildly disappointed and investors infrastructure spending plans by president-elect Donald Trump with the Republican part in control of both house of the U.S. Congress. China said fixed asset investment for October rose 8.3%, beating the 8.2% rise seen year-on-year and industrial production gained 6.1%, below the expected 6.2% rise seen and retail sales increased 10.0%, below the 10.7% increase seen. Earlier, Japan reported third quarter GDP jumped 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and at a 2.2% pace year-on-year, handily beating expected gains of 0.2% and 0.9% respectively. Separately, comments from Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on inflation were noted. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercan...

    published: 19 Nov 2016
  • Arthur Hayes | ATP Stories | AsiaTechPodcast.com

    http://www.AsiaTechPodcast.com Arthur Hayes is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and the CEO of BitMEX…The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange is where professional investors come to trade Bitcoin derivatives. Arthur and his partners Ben Delo (COO) and Sam Reed (CTO) founded BitMEX in 2014 and are at the forefront of the CryptoCurrency evolution taking place in the financial markets. We had an interesting discussion about his initial work as a derivatives market maker at traditional trading houses like Deutsch Bank and Citigroup and his introduction to Bitcoin and how that influenced his decision to go head first into the world of CryptoCurrencies. Asia Tech Podcast is the Voice of the Asian tech ecosystem. Every week Graham Brown and Michael I. Waitze publish a roundup of the key ...

    published: 24 Aug 2017
  • A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

    (Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Regulating commodities trading -- technology, markets and communities -- securities and commodities in Asia -- China, India and trading

    published: 23 Dec 2010
  • Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

    The Singapore Mercantile Exchange is hunting for more agricultural futures, through deals with several Asean markets. Its CEO V. Hariharan said that the products will now reach global investors, allowing Asian exchanges to set prices for commodities cultivated in the region.

    published: 26 Jul 2013
  • East and West: CME's Gill Looks For Growth in Asia and Europe

    Forget the doom and gloom of years past in the markets. CME Group had a great year in 2014, even with the ongoing headwinds from the Fed's ongoing freeze on interest rates and more regulation hitting the market-base, said Phupinder Gill, CME's CEO, at the FIA Boca conference. "We saw double digit growth in fourth quarter across all six of the asset classes," Gill said, adding that the exchange ended up handling about 13.7 million contracts per day for the year. "I'm very pleased to see that momentum from the fourth quarter continue into the first quarter of this year."

    published: 25 Mar 2015
  • The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

    The HMEX has one point of difference to the fraudulent Comex... every trade is supported by PHYSICAL gold and silver.. and it will look after the new emerging market of China.. The HMEX opens Monday Goodbye Comex... good riddance to corruption

    published: 14 May 2011
  • WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

    Hong Kong 1. Wide Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Electronic board with stock prices 3. Dealer working in front of computer 4. Electronic board showing Hang Seng Index 14383.15 down 239.24 points 5. Wide, trading floor 6. Wide Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities, speaking 7. SOUNDBITE (English)Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities: "The major sell-off sector would be the Chinese financials and Chinese properties because people tend to sell on good news which China has already announced a rate cut last night. When we had good news these sectors had huge run up last week so these sectors are the weakest this morning. " 8. Stock names and price being displayed on an electronic board 9. Dealer working keyboard 10. SOUNDBITE (Engli...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Top Ten Financial Centres of the World

    The list of world's financial centres. 10. Chicago, United States 9. Beijing, China 8. Frankfurt, Germany 7. Paris, France 6. Shanghai, China 5. Hong Kong 4. Singapore 3. Tokyo, Japan 2. London, United Kingdom 1. New York City, United States Chicago. The Illinois city has the "world’s largest derivatives market" when the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade merged in 2007, under the CME Group. Frankfurt. Frankfurt attracts many foreign banks which maintain offices in the city. It is the seat of Deutsche Börse, one of the leading stock exchanges and derivatives markets operators, and the European Central Bank, which sets the monetary policy for the single European currency. Hong Kong. As a financial centre, Hong Kong has strong links with London and New York City. ...

    published: 05 Jan 2016
  • WRAP Asia markets up after gains on Wall St, analyst, Tokyo and HKong closing

    (11 Mar 2009) SHOTLIST Hong Kong 1. Wide of Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Mid of electronic display board 3. Wide of traders at desks 4. Close up of trader talking on phone 5. Close up of trader tearing off print out of trading details 6. Wide of trading floor 7. Close of electronic display showing Hang Seng Index at close of trading, up 236.61 points, or 2.02 per cent, to 11,930.66 8. Various of traders tearing off print outs of trading details Hong Kong 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dariusz Kowalczyk, chief investment strategist at SJS Markets: "Investor sentiment has improved dramatically because of developments in global financial markets yesterday, where banking shares rallied after Citigroup said they are actually making profits in the first two months of this year....

    published: 21 Jul 2015
  • Rothschilds and the Hong Kong Exchange

    I interview the Silver Shield about the recent article "The Rothschilds and the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange" and the link is here http://dont-tread-on.me/the-rothschilds-and-the-hong-kong-mercantile-exchange/ . The Silverdoctors article is here http://silverdoctors.blogspot.com/2011/07/hkmex-was-founded-by-nathaniel.html . The 3 False flags article is here http://dont-tread-on.me/the-3-coming-false-flags/ .

    published: 02 Aug 2011
  • Gold prices edge up in Asia as market awaits Fed, nonfarm payrolls

    Gold recovered slightly in Asia on Tuesday with key events this week eyed, including a Fed rate review on Wednesday and nonfarm payrolls on Friday that are widely expected to set the stage for a December rate hike. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange gained 0.31% to $1,277.05 a troy ounce.

    published: 03 Nov 2016
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Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

Andreas Gursky 'Chicago Mercantile Exchange', 1997

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“Gurksy’s work engages you with monumental scale. It allows viewers to insert themselves into the scene he has choreographed in front of you but also to take a position as a viewer from above, looking own on the scene with a god-like perspective on the work. He captures the human-ness, but still retains a very objective composition." Phillips' Deputy Chairman of Europe & Asia Matt Carey-Williams presents Andreas Gursky 'Chicago, Mercantile Exchange', 1997 to be offered in our Contemporary Art Evening Sale on 29 June in London. See this work: phillips.com/detail/ANDREAS-GURSKY/UK010415/17 Produced by Phillips (2015)
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A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

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(Part 3 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Trading currencies and the Asia Currency Unit -- adding new products and the future of SMX
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Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

Iran's Mercantile Exchange up 60% last nine months

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Iran's Mercantile Exchange (IME) increases its value by 60% in the last 9 months. IME is a commodities exchange located in Iran's capital Tehran. Founded in 2006, the IME trades in agricultural, industrial and petrochemical products in the spot and futures markets. It originally started as mainly a domestic or regional market but has now grown to become the Middle East's largest and highest value commodities market. IME's Deputy of Operations talked about the various reasons for past years huge spike in trade volume. The IME has grown internationally and is registered with both The Federation of Euro-Asian Stock Exchanges (FEAS) is a non-profit international organization comprising the main stock exchanges in Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia and the Association of Futures Markets (AFM). Mr. Namdari further explained despite the recent illegal unilateral sanctions by the US and some of its allies against Iran especially its oil and banking sectors, IME increased its trade by volume by 19% since March of 2013. Since March the IME has traded over 17 million tons of commodities while over 4 tons were traded internationally. Reporting for Press TV, Amir Hossein Eskandar in Tehran.
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Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange to Offer Yuan Gold Futures

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May 18 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Zeb Eckert reports on the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange's offering of yuan-denominated gold products. The Industrial & Commercial Bank of China-backed bourse plans to introduce dollar silver futures by June after trading of dollar-denominated gold futures begins today, Albert Helmig, president of the exchange, said. China is promoting the use of the yuan in global trade and investment to reduce its reliance on the dollar. Bloomberg's Susan Li also speaks. (Source: Bloomberg)
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WRAP Asia stocks mixed ahead of European rate decisions, oil falls to 3-yr low

WRAP Asia stocks mixed ahead of European rate decisions, oil falls to 3-yr low

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Tokyo, Japan 1. Wide of Tokyo Stock Exchange, pan down to trading floor 2. Mid of trader 3. Wide of trading floor, pan up to stock board 4. Mid of electronic TOPIX stock board 5. Close of stock board showing gains 6. Various of electronic board 7. Close of ticker 8. Wide of traders Seoul, South Korea 9. Wide of computer screens and stock board in background 10. Close of screen with KOSPI and Exchange Rate 11. Close of stock board showing benchmark index up 12. Mid of stock board 13. Mid of employee in Korea Exchange Office 14. Close pan down of stock board showing benchmark index rise 15. Wide pan of stock board 16. Mid of stock board listing shares 17. Close of screen listing stock index 18. Close of screen 19. Mid of Korea Exchange screens 20. Wide pan of Exchange exhibition by stock board Hong Kong 21. Pan right of Hong Kong Stock Exchange 22. Mid of traders on floor 23. Wide of electronic board listing stock index 24. Soft focus share price on electronic board 25. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ben Kwong, Chief Operating Officer of KGI Securities: "After the strong rally at the end of this year, probably the investors will take profit in the beginning of next year, so I don't think this kind of technical trend, I don't think this kind of upward technical trend will be sustainable." 26. Mid of trader working at his desk 27. Wide of trading floor STORYLINE: Asian markets have traded mixed as investors waited for key interest rate decisions in Europe later in the day and braced for more bad news from Friday's US jobs report. Japan's Nikkei 225 average fell 79.86 points, or 1 percent, to 7,924.24 as automakers continued to slide amid signs of slumping demand for new vehicles in the United States and Toyota said it was suspending production at three plants in Japan later this month. The broader Topix index lost 1.3 percent to 788.88. The blue chip Hang Seng index reversed earlier gains Thursday to close 78.88 points, or 0.58 percent, lower at 13,509.78. Analysts say sentiments turned gloomy in late trading session as the US stock index futures turned lower. South Korea's benchmark Korea Composite Stock Price Index (Kospi) fell 1.9 percent to 1,003.60. Stocks are expected to remain volatile this week, especially with November US retail sales being released Thursday and Washington's employment report due out Friday. Some analysts forecast the world's largest economy to have shed 350-thousand jobs in November. Meanwhile, oil prices sank to three-year lows on Thursday in Asia as more bleak news from the world's largest economy signalled that crude could tumble below 40 US dollars by the end of the year. Light, sweet crude for January delivery was down 69 cents to 46.10 US dollars a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange by late afternoon in Singapore after earlier trading at 45.60 US dollars a barrel - the lowest since closing at 45.42 US dollars on February 10, 2005. The contract fell 17 cents overnight to settle at 46.79 US dollars. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/7f021289541150319c857986e80b5836 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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The Mercantile

The Mercantile

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Many people already know Ree Drummond through her blog, her many cook books, her cooking show on Food Network, but now you can see her latest endeavor in downtown Pawhuska, The Mercantile. It’s a 2 story destination deli, bakery and general store in the heart of Osage County.
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ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

ASIA STOCKS DOWN AS WORRIES OVER GREECE GROW

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(23 May 2012) Reports that Greece is considering preparations to leave the euro common currency sent Asian stock markets lower on Wednesday. Investors have long known of the possibility of a Greek withdrawal from the 17-nation euro currency union as it struggles to meet harsh austerity targets that are a condition of getting international bailout money. But a financial news service's report, which quoted former Greek Prime Minister Lucas Papademos and suggested such a euro exit could be approaching, flustered markets. Japan's Nikkei 225 index fell 1.2 percent to 8,623.46. The Bank of Japan on Wednesday left its key interest rate unchanged at near zero as widely expected. Later on Wednesday, leaders of the 27 European Union countries will meet in Brussels for a summit expected to focus on ways to kick start the region's faltering economy. A failure to make headway risks jolting markets further, analysts said. Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 1.4 percent to 18,773.87 and South Korea's Kospi lost 1.3 percent at 1,806.39. Australia's S&P/ASX 200 lost 1.1. Percent to 4,077.10. US stocks traded higher on Tuesday until near the close, when Dow Jones Newswires reported that Papademos said preparations for Greece drop the euro are being considered. A 50-point gain in the Dow Jones industrial average turned into a 57-point loss in 45 minutes. The Dow ended the day down marginally to 12,502.81. The Standard & Poor's 500 rose less than 1 point to 1,316.63. The Nasdaq composite index fell 0.3 percent to 2,839.08. Benchmark oil for July delivery was down 50 cents to 91.35 U.S. dollars a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The contract fell 1.01 U.S. dollars to settle at 91.85 U.S. dollars in New York on Tuesday. In currencies, the euro fell to 1.2669 U.S. dollars from 1.2756 U.S. dollars late Tuesday in New York. The dollar fell to 79.84 yen from 79.92 yen. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d470597a445926f8ab4037c53082d630 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company: Crash Course World History 229

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Want to help keep CrashCourse going? Consider becoming a Patron and help us keep making awesome content for such awesome people. SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBERS READ FURTHER ↓ https://www.patreon.com/crashcourse In which John Green teaches you about the Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie, doing business as the VOC, also known as the Dutch East India Company. In the 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch managed to dominate world trade, and they did all through the pioneering use of corporations and finance. Well, they did also use some traditional methods like violently enforced monopolies, unfair trade agreements, and plain old warfare. You'll learn how the Dutch invented stuff like joint stock corporations, maritime insurance, and futures trading. Basically, how the Dutch East India Company crashed the US economy in 2008. I'm kidding. Or am I? Citation 1: William J. Bernstein, A Splendid Exchange: How Trade Shaped the World. Grove Press. 2008. p. 218 Citation 2: Stephen R. Bown. Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, 1600-1900. New York. St. Martin’s Press. 2009. p. 28 Citation 3: Bernstein p. 223 Citation 4: Bernstein p. 228 Citation 5: Bown p. 53 IF YOU ARE A CURRENT SUBBABLE SUBSCRIBER Go to https://subbable.com and click the "continue to patreon button." You will be guided through the process to merge your account with Patreon to continue supporting your portfolio of creators. Make sure to use the money in your perk bank by August 1st, 2015. Get yourself something nice you deserve it! Also. you are the best. Yes. You. You are awesome, and we can't thank you enough! FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR MOVE TO PATREON WATCH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VO_1VbQADW8 Thanks so much for your continuing support on Subbable and we hope to see you on Patreon!
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Pan Asia Gold Exchange Short.wmv

Pan Asia Gold Exchange Short.wmv

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The Pan Asia Gold Exchange (PAGE) has been approved by the Yunnan Provincial Government, supported by the Peoples Bank of China, to operate a gold exchange in the capital city of Kunming, Yunnan Province, PRC. Power Capital Financial Trading (PCFT) has been engaged by Pan Asia Gold Exchange to help establish and develop the Exchange's business domestically and promote it internationally.
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CME Launches Bitcoin Futures

CME Launches Bitcoin Futures

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Sunday, December 17th, the world’s biggest derivatives exchange operator CME Group Inc. launched bitcoin’s futures trading. According to reuters.com, “The CME bitcoin futures opened at $20,650 and have so far traded as high as $20,650 and as low as $19,315 in a session that extends overnight into Monday.” Spencer partner at Blockchain Capital LLC, “We saw a nice open on light volume, but pretty uneventful so far. I do think we could certainly pick up in volume as Asia begins to open… I think perhaps a lot of investors want to sit back and see how this plays out before dipping their toes in this market.” http://feeds.reuters.com/~r/reuters/topNews/~3/uUO2BXKCXTk/bitcoin-hits-a-bigger-wall-street-stage-as-exchange-giant-cme-launches-futures-idUSKBN1EB04N http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

HONG KONG: FUTURES EXCHANGE

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English/Nat Singapore's bid to eclipse its financial competitors in Asia has taken a step forward as its monetary exchange launches a controversial futures contract based on nearly the same stocks as Hong Kong's benchmark Hang Seng index. Officials at Hong Kong's Futures Exchange said on Monday they were taking the challenge seriously posed by the futures index, tried once before with little success, from Singapore's International Monetary Exchange. But they said they believed that Hong Kong has what it takes to remain as competitive as always. Hong Kong's Futures Exchange opened for business as usual on Monday. Traders are watching it closely as this is the launch day of a rival index by Singapore, posing a possible threat to the Hong Kong Futures Exchange market. The Morgan Stanley Capital International Hong Kong Stock Index Futures contract was relisted on the Singapore International Monetary Exchange, or SIMEX, after a one year break Singapore's decision to relaunch a contract that saw only limited business during its five years of previous trading is seen as part of a move to outdo Hong Kong's performance. Hong Kong and Singapore have long been competing to be Asia's premier financial market outside Japan and the renewed SIMEX raises the stakes in the game. But critics say it is unlikely that Singapore's SIMEX will take any business away from Hong Kong as many of the most active speculators are locals who have no access to the new service. Officials from Hong Kong's Futures Exchange are concerned about the competition, but say they feel ready to meet the challenge. The exchange's Randy Gilmore said Hong Kong's position remained strong. SOUNDBITE: (English) "There are three things required to make a market and that is liquidity, liquidity, liquidity. And we have that. We've got a long history of liquidity, we have the retail base that you need to get liquidity. We have the membership that is both Hong Kong as well as international based. We have the water flow today that comes from Kowloon and comes from Manhattan and that is the key , it's that fact that we have a established market. Naturally we take any challenge seriously, the same time we believe that we have what it takes to fight back anyone who wants to challenge the HKFE (Hong Kong Futures Exchange) for its share of the Hong Kong market." SUPERCAPTION: Randy Gilmore, Hong Kong Futures Exchange Gilmore said he believes the giant market in China will also provide Hong Kong with a great advantage, something Singapore lacks geographically. SOUNDBITE:(English) "The real issue, as far as competition is concerned, is the form of trade. The Exchange made a decision about a year ago to become a complete electronic market place. The majority of our products today are traded in electronic market environment. And we are working very hard to bring our two biggest products - which are Hang Seng index futures and Hang Seng index options - into a electronic environment. We expect it to take place in early 1999. We believe the electronic market place is far superior to the open outcry market place and that is the real key to competitiveness in the next decade." SUPERCAPTION: Randy Gilmore, Hong Kong Futures Exchange Futures allow investors to protect themselves against price changes by requiring those who hold the contract to buy or sell a security, currency or commodity at a predetermined price during a stipulated period. The Hong Kong Futures Exchange, which trades Hang Seng Index futures, has been quick to marshal its defenses against the rival Singapore product. On November 20, it extended its trading hours to match those of SIMEX, and it is taking other competitive measures as well. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/eb6ed83801bd0cd3e9d4bcad2a4ec1a2 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Egypt Unrest Rattles Commodities Exchange

Egypt Unrest Rattles Commodities Exchange

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From the streets of Cairo to the worlds largest trading floor, the CME Group in Chicago.. the ripple from the Egyptian unrest is starting to become a worry on the global economy. (Jan. 31)
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Asia Shares Gain as Japan Trade Data Better Than Forecast

Asia Shares Gain as Japan Trade Data Better Than Forecast

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TOKYOAsian markets mostly rose Monday after the release of improved Japanese manufacturing and trade data that suggest activity is picking up in the world's third biggest economy. Looking ahead, attention is likely to focus this week on Friday's report of U.S. growth data. KEEPING SCORE: Japan's Nikkei 225 index added 0.3 percent to 17,234.42 while Hong Kong's Hang Seng added 0.4 percent to 23,481.02. The Shanghai Composite index gained 1.2 percent to 3,126.71 and South Korea's Kospi climbed 0.5 percent to 2,042.92. India's Sensex edged 0.1 percent higher to 28,114.23, while Australia's S&P ASX 200 fell 0.4 percent to 5,408.50. Markets in Southeast Asia and Taiwan were mostly higher. ANALYST VIEWPOINT: "The highlight of the week will no doubt come from US 3Q GDP," Chris Weston of IG said in a commentary. "Keep in mind that growth has averaged around 1 percent in the past three quarters, so a snap back to the consensus estimate of 2.5 percent would be welcomed," he wrote. The Bureau of Economic Analysis is due to issue its preliminary reading of GDP for July-September on Friday. JAPAN DATA: Japan posted a trade surplus of 498.3 billion yen ($4.8 billion) in September, compared with a deficit of 18.7 billion yen in August. While exports fell 6.9 percent from a year earlier, pulled lower by anemic demand for autos and machinery, that was better than the forecasts for a decline of more than 10 percent. Meanwhile, a preliminary survey of factory managers showed a fifth straight month of improvement in manufacturing sentiment and the measure for output rose for the first time since January. LAST WEEK'S FINISH: U.S. stock indexes wavered between gains and losses and closed mostly lower on Friday. The Dow Jones industrial average edged 0.1 percent lower to 18,145.71, while the Standard & Poor's 500 index was nearly flat at 2,141.16. The Nasdaq composite index gained 0.3 percent to 5,257.40. All indexes were slightly higher for the week. The Dow is now up 4.1 percent for the year, while the S&P 500 is up 4.8 percent. The Nasdaq is up 5 percent. ENERGY: Benchmark U.S. crude fell 25 cents to $50.60 a barrel in electronic trading on the New York Mercantile Exchange. It rose 22 cents to close at $50.85 a barrel in New York on Friday. Brent crude, used to price international oils, lost 18 cents to $51.60 a barrel. It gained 40 cents Friday to close at $51.78 a barrel in London. CURRENCIES: The dollar rose to 103.89 yen from 103.80 on Friday. The euro fell to $1.0875 from $1.0886.
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Gold down in Asia after China industrial output, retail sales noted

Gold down in Asia after China industrial output, retail sales noted

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Investing.com - Gold prices fell in Asia on Monday after China data mildly disappointed and investors infrastructure spending plans by president-elect Donald Trump with the Republican part in control of both house of the U.S. Congress. China said fixed asset investment for October rose 8.3%, beating the 8.2% rise seen year-on-year and industrial production gained 6.1%, below the expected 6.2% rise seen and retail sales increased 10.0%, below the 10.7% increase seen. Earlier, Japan reported third quarter GDP jumped 0.5% quarter-on-quarter and at a 2.2% pace year-on-year, handily beating expected gains of 0.2% and 0.9% respectively. Separately, comments from Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda on inflation were noted. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange fell 0.55% to $1,217.55 a troy ounce. Also on the Comex, silver futures for December delivery dropped 1.03% to $17.203 a troy ounce, while copper futures jumped 2.31% increase to $2.565 pound. Copper was boosted last week after Trump raised the prospect of increased infrastructure spending, while recent signs of strengthening demand in China have also underpinned prices. Later this week, investors will be looking to congressional testimony by Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Thursday for fresh indications on whether interest rates will rise next month. Last week, gold prices fell to five month lows on Friday as risk appetite recovered following Trump’s victory in the U.S. presidential election, sapping investor demand for safe haven assets. Market sentiment was boosted by optimism that increased fiscal spending and tax cuts under a Trump administration will spur economic growth and inflation. Gold prices were also pressured lower by the stronger U.S. dollar and ongoing expectations for a Federal Reserve interest rate increase in December. Expectations for higher U.S. interest rates remained intact amid optimism that a pick-up in growth will allow the Fed to tighten borrowing costs. Investors currently price an 81.1% chance of a rate hike at the Fed's December meeting; according to federal funds futures tracked Investing.com's Fed Rate Monitor Tool. Gold is sensitive to moves in U.S. rates, which lift the opportunity cost of holding non-yielding assets such as bullion, while boosting the dollar in which it is priced.
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Arthur Hayes | ATP Stories | AsiaTechPodcast.com

Arthur Hayes | ATP Stories | AsiaTechPodcast.com

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http://www.AsiaTechPodcast.com Arthur Hayes is a graduate of the Wharton School of Business and the CEO of BitMEX…The Bitcoin Mercantile Exchange is where professional investors come to trade Bitcoin derivatives. Arthur and his partners Ben Delo (COO) and Sam Reed (CTO) founded BitMEX in 2014 and are at the forefront of the CryptoCurrency evolution taking place in the financial markets. We had an interesting discussion about his initial work as a derivatives market maker at traditional trading houses like Deutsch Bank and Citigroup and his introduction to Bitcoin and how that influenced his decision to go head first into the world of CryptoCurrencies. Asia Tech Podcast is the Voice of the Asian tech ecosystem. Every week Graham Brown and Michael I. Waitze publish a roundup of the key tech trends in Asia. Get all the updates by subscribing on iTunes. Subscribe to Asia Tech Podcast on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/podcast/asia-tech-podcast/id1192887526 Tweet your Qs and Join our LIVE broadcasts: https://www.twitter.com/asiatechpod
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A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

A brand new commodities exchange is easier to build than a trading community

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(Part 2 of 3) Conversation with Thomas McMahon, CEO, Singapore Mercantile Exchange Regulating commodities trading -- technology, markets and communities -- securities and commodities in Asia -- China, India and trading
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Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

Singapore Mercantile Exchange hunting for agricultural futures

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The Singapore Mercantile Exchange is hunting for more agricultural futures, through deals with several Asean markets. Its CEO V. Hariharan said that the products will now reach global investors, allowing Asian exchanges to set prices for commodities cultivated in the region.
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East and West: CME's Gill Looks For Growth in Asia and Europe

East and West: CME's Gill Looks For Growth in Asia and Europe

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Forget the doom and gloom of years past in the markets. CME Group had a great year in 2014, even with the ongoing headwinds from the Fed's ongoing freeze on interest rates and more regulation hitting the market-base, said Phupinder Gill, CME's CEO, at the FIA Boca conference. "We saw double digit growth in fourth quarter across all six of the asset classes," Gill said, adding that the exchange ended up handling about 13.7 million contracts per day for the year. "I'm very pleased to see that momentum from the fourth quarter continue into the first quarter of this year."
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The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

The Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange - will kill Comex - 14th May 2011

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The HMEX has one point of difference to the fraudulent Comex... every trade is supported by PHYSICAL gold and silver.. and it will look after the new emerging market of China.. The HMEX opens Monday Goodbye Comex... good riddance to corruption
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WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

WRAP Asia stock markets fall sharply

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Hong Kong 1. Wide Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Electronic board with stock prices 3. Dealer working in front of computer 4. Electronic board showing Hang Seng Index 14383.15 down 239.24 points 5. Wide, trading floor 6. Wide Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities, speaking 7. SOUNDBITE (English)Jackson Wong, investment manager of Tanrich Securities: "The major sell-off sector would be the Chinese financials and Chinese properties because people tend to sell on good news which China has already announced a rate cut last night. When we had good news these sectors had huge run up last week so these sectors are the weakest this morning. " 8. Stock names and price being displayed on an electronic board 9. Dealer working keyboard 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Jackson Wong, Investment Manager of Tanrich Securities: "Wall Street had a late sell off section, late in the session and that also triggered some of the investors to worry about Wall Street probably fall(ing) further towards the end of the year. I just think that (the) Wall Street is probably stabilising around that level. We must see some losses but we won't see a hugh sell off, so I think the Wall Street is affecting Hong Kong less." 11. Pan across Stock Exchange Seoul, South Korea 12. Computer screens, with stock board behind 13. Close-up computer screen with Kospi index showing 22-point fall 14. Close-up of computer screen with Kospi graph 15. Share prices board 16. Close-up of stock board with Kospi 17. Stock exchange workers in office 18. Wide of stock board 19. Close-up of moving screen 20. Close-up of computer screen 21. Wide of stock board with computer screen in front 22. Korea Exchange screen 23. Pan of stock board STORYLINE Asian stocks slumped in thin trade on Tuesday after an interest rate cut in China disappointed investors and Wall Street finished lower. There was little cheer before the year-end holidays, as energy firms tumbled along with oil prices and carmakers fell on news Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. expects to post its first operating loss in 70 years. South Korea's Kospi fell 3.3 percent to 1,140.41, Australia's benchmark lost 1.6 percent and Taiwan's key index retreated 3.4 percent. Japan's market was closed for a national holiday. Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index dropped 2.9 percent to 14,201.43, while Shanghai's main index shed 3.5 percent. Both markets came under pressure after China's central bank said on Tuesday its benchmark one-year lending rate will fall by 0.27 percentage point to 2.25 percent. It was the fifth cut in four months, part of Beijing's recent efforts to revive economic growth amid the global downturn. But some investors had anticipated a cut of 0.5 percentage point, analysts said. After rallying off last month's lows, the markets were succumbing to selling as many investors moved to close out their positions before the end of one of the most tumultuous years in decades. The lurch downward came after Wall Street fell overnight. Investors spooked by the dismal news from Toyota and US drugstore operator Walgreen Co. sent the Dow lower by 59.34 points, or 0.69 percent, to 8,519.77 - its fourth straight daily loss. The broader Standard & Poor's 500 index fell 16.25, or 1.83 percent, to 871.63. US market futures were down slightly, suggesting Wall Street would open lower. Chinese financials were weaker on Beijing's rate cut, as leading lender ICBC fell 2.1 percent and insurer Ping An lost 5.2 percent. South Korean car companies also saw heavy selling, with Hyundai Motor Co. plummeting 8.6 percent. Crude dropped further in Asian trade, with light, sweet crude for February delivery sliding 27 cents to $39.64 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/24696dca43645c019c4e09b13fd72715 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Top Ten Financial Centres of the World

Top Ten Financial Centres of the World

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The list of world's financial centres. 10. Chicago, United States 9. Beijing, China 8. Frankfurt, Germany 7. Paris, France 6. Shanghai, China 5. Hong Kong 4. Singapore 3. Tokyo, Japan 2. London, United Kingdom 1. New York City, United States Chicago. The Illinois city has the "world’s largest derivatives market" when the Chicago Mercantile Exchange and the Chicago Board of Trade merged in 2007, under the CME Group. Frankfurt. Frankfurt attracts many foreign banks which maintain offices in the city. It is the seat of Deutsche Börse, one of the leading stock exchanges and derivatives markets operators, and the European Central Bank, which sets the monetary policy for the single European currency. Hong Kong. As a financial centre, Hong Kong has strong links with London and New York City. London. London has been a leading international financial centre since the 19th century. New York City. Since the middle of the 20th century, New York City, represented by Wall Street, has been described as a leading financial centre. Paris. Alongside equity trading on the Paris Stock Exchange, there is futures and options trading, insurance, corporate banking and asset management taking place in Paris. Singapore. Singapore has developed into the Asia region’s largest centre for foreign exchange and commodity trading, as well as a growing wealth management hub. Shanghai. Official efforts have been directed to making Pudong a financial leader by 2010. Tokyo. As a financial centre, Tokyo has good links with New York City, and London
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WRAP Asia markets up after gains on Wall St, analyst, Tokyo and HKong closing

WRAP Asia markets up after gains on Wall St, analyst, Tokyo and HKong closing

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(11 Mar 2009) SHOTLIST Hong Kong 1. Wide of Hong Kong Stock Exchange trading floor 2. Mid of electronic display board 3. Wide of traders at desks 4. Close up of trader talking on phone 5. Close up of trader tearing off print out of trading details 6. Wide of trading floor 7. Close of electronic display showing Hang Seng Index at close of trading, up 236.61 points, or 2.02 per cent, to 11,930.66 8. Various of traders tearing off print outs of trading details Hong Kong 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Dariusz Kowalczyk, chief investment strategist at SJS Markets: "Investor sentiment has improved dramatically because of developments in global financial markets yesterday, where banking shares rallied after Citigroup said they are actually making profits in the first two months of this year. In particular, HSBC shares soared on the London market yesterday, and this has translated into positive sentiment here in Hong Kong today." Hong Kong 10. Wide pan right of trading floor Tokyo, Japan 11. Wide of electronic stock board, tilt down to trading floor of Tokyo Stock Exchange 12. Various of traders working at desks at stock exchange 13. Various of electronic index boards showing stocks up 14. Close of electronic index showing overall Tokyo stock market up 15. Various of people in stock market lobby watching market STORYLINE: Asian stock markets surged on Wednesday, with Japanese shares jumping more than four percent, after Wall Street staged a massive rally as news that Citigroup is turning a profit, buoyed hopes the stricken financial sector can stabilise and recover. The region's sharp rise, led by banking shares, was a welcome reprieve from the depressing declines in global equities over the last few weeks. Tokyo stocks on Wednesday broke a three-day losing streak with the Nikkei 225-issue average up 321.14 points or 4.55 per cent up from Tuesday's close. Tuesday's close was the lowest closing level since 6 October 1982, when the Nikkei ended at 6,974.35. Hong Kong stocks were up at the end of trading on Wednesday. The benchmark Hang Seng Index was up 236.61 points, or 2.02 per cent, to 11,9360.66 at market close. The index lost some of its gains from Wednesday's start of trading, when it opened 4.5 percent up on the day. Hong Kong's rise came on the back of Wall Street's gains on Tuesday, analyst Dariusz Kowalczyk said. The catalyst was a letter from US banking giant Citigroup Chief Executive Vikram Pandit saying the bank had operated at a profit for the first two months of this year, logging its best performance since the third quarter of 2007, the last time it booked a quarterly profit. Investors, desperate for any good news about the ailing financial system, cheered the news about the banking giant, which has lost so much money the US government has been forced to extend (b) billions in aid and take a 36 percent stake. Overnight, Wall Street posted its best performance of the year, with the Dow Jones industrials surging 379 points, or about 5.8 percent, to 6,926.49. It was the Dow's biggest point and percentage gain since late November. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8b0b706813fdeae3630d00522584c06d Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Rothschilds and the Hong Kong Exchange

Rothschilds and the Hong Kong Exchange

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I interview the Silver Shield about the recent article "The Rothschilds and the Hong Kong Mercantile Exchange" and the link is here http://dont-tread-on.me/the-rothschilds-and-the-hong-kong-mercantile-exchange/ . The Silverdoctors article is here http://silverdoctors.blogspot.com/2011/07/hkmex-was-founded-by-nathaniel.html . The 3 False flags article is here http://dont-tread-on.me/the-3-coming-false-flags/ .
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Gold prices edge up in Asia as market awaits Fed, nonfarm payrolls

Gold prices edge up in Asia as market awaits Fed, nonfarm payrolls

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Gold recovered slightly in Asia on Tuesday with key events this week eyed, including a Fed rate review on Wednesday and nonfarm payrolls on Friday that are widely expected to set the stage for a December rate hike. Gold for December delivery on the Comex division of the New York Mercantile Exchange gained 0.31% to $1,277.05 a troy ounce.
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