INK Ultra Money: A nuclear spring? Not letting a good crisis go to waste

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Energy has been a hot sector since the March 23rd lows. Within the sector, the uranium group has led the way, and today INK Research takes a look at a company that invests strictly in physical uranium. In this report, INK references an enlightening Real Vision interview with Arthur Hyde from Segra Capital Management on April 15th who clearly explains the state of the uranium industry and why COVID-19 may be the spark that turns the industry around. If you are wondering if this uranium rally is for real, Hyde will help you make up your mind. He sealed it for me.


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Today on Real Vision, we have a startling interview, and not just because two academics explain in plain English what is really going on at the Federal Reserve and in Washington generally. Professor Mark Blyth and Professor Adam Tooze describe a Fed that is obsessed with the financial economy and the real economy is essentially a political after thought. They explore how coronavirus is laying bare the hidden risks embedded within our financial systems and how central banks worldwide are scrambling to paper over those chasms of danger. To them, the sole focus of the Fed right now seems to be supporting asset prices at any cost, even if that means bailing out leveraged entities who took on too much risk. Importantly, they describe a Fed that is working with the Treasury to keep a lid on the dollar to help keep the global system from unravelling. They also discuss Europe and how this crisis is heightening the contradictions within the Eurozone and pushing the European banking system to the brink. Filmed on April 22, 2020.

Fed focused on the financial economy

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