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    Why the Fed needs golden handcuffs

    Jan Skoyles looks at how 100 years of the Federal Reserve system has affected asset prices, from the Dow Jones Industrial Average to the gold price. Read on to find out what happened in the last century to cause prices to rocket and what the Federal Reserve …

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    How much gold does it take to win an Oscar?

    With awards season upon us, and the 2013 Oscars’ nominee announcements recently, gold investment firm The Real Asset Company decided to look into how much it would cost, in gold ounces, to make an Oscar winning film. Since 1990, the average cost of making an …

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    What disaster economics means for investors

    A recent FT article about ‘Disaster Economics’ by Gillian Tett caught our attention. We’ve been fans of Ms Tett’s work for a while, especially her excellent book ‘Fool’s Gold’. This article was about the bond markets, but it was some interesting financial history and commentary …

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    Spain in the crosshairs

    Only weeks ago Italian technocrat Prime Minister Mario Monti proselytized that the Eurozone crisis was “almost over”. It felt like more propaganda from the European establishment, and since returning from the Easter break the markets don’t seem to be agreeing with him. Spanish and Italian …

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    Cameron, Nasim Taleb and cutting debt

    Will Bancroft looks at the close relationship between Prime Minister, David Cameron, and mathematician and philosopher, Nasim Taleb, and considers what it means for our economic policy. Read more to find out if Mr Taleb’s theories on Black Swans, risk and debt are being absorbed …

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