Brien Lundin Commentary – Wed 12 Jun, 2019

The New Environment Of Low Interest Rates Around The World

Brien Lundin, Editor of The Gold Newsletter joins me to share his thoughts on the the current environment of low yields around the world. It seems central banks and economies around the world are stuck with low rates that could get even lower. We also discuss the potential of another recession coming in the next two years.

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  1. On June 12, 2019 at 11:14 am,
    cfs says:

    n-tv network reporter
    Macron had brought a young oak in April 2018 as a gift for a state visit to Washington. The tree symbolically referred to the close historical ties between the two countries: It came from a forest in northern France, where more than 2,000 US soldiers were killed in the First World War in the fight against the Germans.

    Trump and Macron planted the seedling in the garden of the White House. The photo of the joint gardening should symbolize the good cooperation between the two presidents. Macron was long considered the European leader with perhaps the best access to the US president.

    However, after the symbolic act, the oak was dug up again because it had to be quarantined initially, as is the case with imported plants in the USA. The measure is intended to prevent diseases or pests from being imported into the USA. So the roots of the brought tree were carefully isolated by plastic, so they never came in contact with US soil.

    CFS Comment: Some french ideas don’t transplant well.

    • On June 12, 2019 at 3:15 pm,
      Anders from Copenhagen says:


  2. On June 12, 2019 at 1:01 pm,
    Ebolan says:

    He is right the Feral Reserve doesn’t dare raise rates because the goooberment debt is so astronomical but at some point rates. They will pay for this debt one way or another through debasement and that is going to become a scary situation.