Don Coxe continues:

“There is going to be very little impact on inflation accept positive near-term because what they are doing is slaughtering pigs and cattle because they can’t afford to feed them.  So we are going to get a reduction in food inflation near-term.

But over the longer-term what this is going to mean is much more food inflation, but it won’t start showing up until well after the barbecue season.  It’s going to mean that the winter is going to be a much more chilling experience for the consumers because there is no question that food prices will be, by then, meaningfully higher. 

And they are going to stay that way.... 

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“We have gotten a plateau, at a higher level, that we are going to see of higher food costs.  And, as you say, this is not a time where consumers have that extra margin to easily absorb it.”

Coxe issued this warning regarding Europe:  “The situation (in Europe) has gone from worse to truly awful in the last week.  There was so much idiocy about (speculation) that Angela Merkel had been beaten up by them and that they had triumphed over the ‘Iron Lady.’

The only agreement that they really got was one that’s going to take months and months to implement, and only if all of these countries live up to their promises.  There’s very little chance of that.

Right now, in Spain, which was one of the supposed victors in this, not only is the central government in trouble and Spanish bond yields have soared, but in addition you’ve got the various provinces going broke one after another.  They are coming desperately, cap in hand, and it’s not clear who supplies it.

Greece is meeting with the Troika again this week.  There’s no chance they’ve met their responsibilities.  So by the end of the summer we might be facing two of the PIIGS going into default without any new schemes coming forward. 

Well that puts Italy, still default-free, right in the gunsight.  We’re going to see a lot happen over there.  Everybody goes on vacation in Europe, all of the elites, in August.  I don’t think they are going to be having good vacations.  The era of the Blackberry has changed that.”

When asked about gold, Coxe responded, “China is taking over that role from India as the biggest cash buyer.  If the monsoon arrives in India, and if it’s a strong monsoon, then I would expect India to reenter the gold market.  But at the moment we need that Chinese buying or gold would be struggling to stay above $1,500.”  

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