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Post Jackson Hole uncertainty to eventually support gold stocks

 

An excerpt from the Market INK distributed to Canadian Insider Club members and INK Research subscribers August 29th.

Uncertainty is the clear standout image from Yellen's Friday speech as depicted in the megaphone-like chart (Figure 1) she provided showing the confidence range of policymaker Fed Funds forecasts over the next two years. The range appears to span from 0.125% to 4.5%, with 0.125% being the lower bound cut-off (editor's note: the Fed picked the yellow colour for the chart). While the Fed chair did not hand out diagrams for other forecasts such as inflation, one can only assume similar blow-out ranges would also be the story.

Everyone is boxed in and Harper's high-risk surplus

Boxed in. That is the key theme we are working on for Monday's INK market report. In his weekly technical commentary, a separate report which we will publish here also on Monday morning, Nicholas Winton characterizes the INK Canadian Insider Index as being in a consolidation box. That seems to be a pretty good characterization of the current state of affairs for not only the Index but also policy makers and markets in general.

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