We start today's podcast discussing a raft of financial developments in the US relating to a change in the capital requirements for US banks which are sounding some ominous alarm bells. We also discuss corporate junk bond defaults and why the BSI is sending out another warning about a sector of the US banking system. We then discuss a development which suggests western commodities exchanges are looking to shift operations to China and conclude by assessing why, despite virtually no interest in gold in the West, the price in dollar terms is now at a record high.

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