Stanley Druckenmiller, the investor who broke the Bank of England with George Soros, is warning that it feels 'in his bones' like 2004, and like then — it's going to end badly.

We are all now rats in a giant easy money experiment being conducted by Central Bankers around the world; the ultimate result of which is unknown.Stan Druckenmi-A Look At Stan Druckenmiller's Monster Gold Position Mar.

The minutes from this month’s Bank of England (BOE) meeting on Wednesday revealed that two members of the Monetary Policy Committee voted for an immediate 0.25% rate increase, the first dissent at the central bank since July 2011. Also on Wednesday, the U.S. Federal Reserve released the minutes of its July 29-30 meeting and they showed that hawkish dissent is more widespread than expected. Above, Fed Governor Janet Yellen and BOE Governor Mark Carney.

Growing dissent at two of the world’s most-watched central banks shows the era of rock-bottom rates may soon be coming to a close

It seems nuts, but the #Swiss may go back to a #gold standard http://qz.com/291591

It seems nuts, but the Swiss may go back to a gold standard

What can I say,still have friends here are 29 years,fond memories.Little Dennis,who was 6 months old when we looked after him,is now a young man.

How to tell if #gold is overvalued http://qz.com/292378

How to tell if #gold is overvalued http://qz.com/292378

Global bank bond offerings are at their highest levels since 2009 http://qz.com/253901

Global bank bond offerings are at their highest levels since 2009

Global bank bond offerings are at their highest levels since 2009 http://qz.com/253901

#China credit crash would make ’2008 look like a garden party’ http://natpo.st/1p2pV6t

If China does experience a true credit crisis, it would be felt around the world. With risks of a hard landing rising, William Pesek explores what it would look like

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