Segment 1: The Emerging Peruvian Stock Market
After nearly losing its status as an emerging market last year, the iShares Peru ETF has climbed by 55% since we called this new uptrend back in February, thanks to market-friendly measures and a temporary tax exemption for all capital gains.
- Peru has the fastest-growing economy in South America—over 3% every year.
- The iShares Peru ETF, as well as individual Peruvian stocks, are both up big in 2016.
- Peru has a stable currency, low unemployment, low inflation, steady population growth, a rising middle class, and high consumer and business confidence levels.
- Peru spearheads the Pacific Alliance, a regional integration effort in South America with goals similar to the European Union.
- Since Peru is a big exporter of gold and copper, we can expect its future growth along with the continued rise of gold.
Tune in for a deeper look into the ongoing uptrend in Peruvian stocks — and why we it could continue throughout 2016.
Peru Stock Market (IGBVL) (Trading Economics)
Peru stocks higher at close of trade; S&P Lima General up 2.06% (Investing.com)
Segment 2: China’s Gold Reserve Release
Tune in for a snippet from our monthly conference call, in which Jerry Robinson and Precious Metals Advisor Tom Cloud discuss China’s upcoming gold reserve release. Last year, China was approved by the International Monetary Fund to join the Special Drawing Rights (SDR) basket — the IMF’s primary liquidity tool.
- China will announce its gold holdings before October 1st, when the Chinese yuan will join the US dollar, euro, pound sterling and Japanese yen in the SDR basket.
- How much has China’s gold reserve grown since the 1,700 tons announced in 2009? Will China’s October holdings exceed those of the U.S.?
- Plus, learn the purpose of the IMF’s SDR
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Segment 3: FTM Weekly News Report
- Royal Bank of Scotland and NatWest may begin to charge firms to hold deposits (BBC News and Irish Times)
- New bill introduced that mandates certain US employers to contribute to a brand new national retirement fund (Zero Hedge)
- US Secretary of State John Kerry stated refrigerators and air conditioners are as big a threat as Isis (Fox News)
- Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, asserts that the claims that Russian intelligence hacked the DNC is a diversion (New York Post)
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Segment 4: Wikileaks emails reveal Democratic Primary was rigged
Jerry Robinson discusses the recent WikiLeaks bombshell release of 19,000+ internal emails from the Democratic National Committee, revealing a deep vitriol for Bernie Sanders’ campaign and overt partiality toward Hilary Clinton. The leaked emails undermine any remaining notion of Democratic party “unity” in this election cycle. Listen in for the explosive, but not-too-surprising details, leaked just days before the opening of the Democratic National Convention:
- The corporate media and Democratic leaders have worked hand-in-hand to portray both Sanders and Trump negatively, and Clinton in a positive light.
- E-mail exchanges between top donors and DNC officials show that big money is in control.
- The media attempts to distract from the contents of these e-mails with the suggestion that Putin leaked them in order to get Trump in office.
- Former DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz stepped down a day after being framed by the WikiLeaks release, only to accept a position on Clinton’s campaign.
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