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2017, International Monetary System: returning to a fixed exchange rate regime

The petrodollar system has been in agony for several years now. We wrote in our GEAB No. 100 that our team’s belief was that we were about to live through the final collapse of this system in 2016. Since it is the pillar of the current international monetary order, its fall will allow (even force) the establishment of a new international monetary system, the chaotic “birth” of which we are able to anticipate for 2017… (Read more in the GEAB 102)

Deflation and real economy in the United States: the black hole
The systemic crisis is spreading much faster in the real economy than in 2008-2009. This low dormancy is a sign that the economic protection dikes are severely lowered, the synergies are broken and the common strategies of global resilience have vanished. Within this statistical fog, not even fully lifted yet, our team needs once more to assess the health of the real economy… (Read more in the GEAB 102)

Investments, trends and recommendations : Banks; Coins; Brexit or Bremain; Western multinational corporations; Crowdfunding… (Read more in the GEAB 102)

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