We have claimed at great length in previous issues of the GEAB that neither of the two election candidates – Clinton or Trump – would be a good thing for the United States. The verdict has now been passed and it is Trump who will be elected president. Among all the uncertainties that remain, we must now understand the subsequent challenges that threaten the rest of the world; especially the Euro zone. Technically, new opportunities for a greater European independence are now to be seized, but will we be able to seize them?
The rise or fall of the dollar: The interest rate paradox
Visibly, the euro did not manage to play its role as an international reference currency. On the contrary, it could only serve as a crutch for the US dollar. Hence, to clearly anticipate the future of the Euro, one must first understand the future of the dollar.
Donald Trump's victory in the US presidential election creates the conditions for change, but it is not change yet, contrary to what the media and populists believe. Far from being [...]
The editorial GEAB team decided to share, exceptionally, with its readers an excerpt of the as yet unpublished document entitled "Community or Empire"; a book written by Franck Biancheri in [...]
Gold: Stand still Great caution is required on all fronts now that Mr Trump has been elected as president. This principle will transversally mark every one of our recommendations. The [...]