Gold Surges After Japan Says….

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Richard Russell: Stocks and gold have been climbing on the rumor that the Fed is about to embark on its newest adventure, known as quantitative easing number two or QE2 (it always sounds less harmful when it’s reduced to letters and numbers).

And cynic that I am, I’m thinking that everything (stocks, gold, bonds) will correct on the actual news. Fed Chairman Bennie Bernanke must be thinking, I’ve got a mandate to keep the dollar steady and to implement full employment. If I open the monetary spigots and keep short rates at zero, this blankety-blank economy has got to lift off. If it doesn’t, then what the hell, I did my best, and it’s not the end of the world or the end of the US. And if the dollar swoons, so what. The next administration can deal with that, and I’ll be back at Princeton teaching those smart-ass kids about the economy. And this time I’ll have “former Fed Chairman” on my teaching credentials. So get off my back, I’m doing the best I can, and I’m doing what boss Obama wants me to do.

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Gold Surges After Japan Says It Is Considering New QE And Geithner Guarantees Currency Wars


A quick look at gold price action demonstrates that someone somewhere is actively debasing currencies. An even quicker scan of headlines confirms this to be the case: per Reuters “Bank of Japan Governor Masaaki Shirakawa said on Wednesday the central bank will consider expanding a new scheme for buying assets ranging from government bonds to exchange-traded funds when deemed necessary.” Harakiri Shirakawa continued: “We have taken a very bold measure … If the need arises in the future, making further use of the new fund as part of monetary policy is one of our strongest policy options.” Judging by the chart below, either gold has a tent in its pocket or was really happy to hear this announcement.

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