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It Looks Like a Rather Blustery Year

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By Shaun le Roux

Hum for a Blustery Day – Winnie the Pooh

Hum dum dum ditty dum Hum dum dum Oh the wind is lashing lustily And the trees are thrashing thrustily And the leaves are rustling gustily So it’s rather safe to say That it seems that it may […]

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It’s better than we think

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Foreign observers more optimistic than people at home, writes Rowan Philp for the Sunday Times, Business Times (South Africa).

Jane’s Information Group, the prestigious defence industry analyst, ranked SA alongside fast-growing economies like Ukraine and Vietnam in its inaugural “Country Risk Ratings”, which analysed 232 countries and territories.

The report echoes […]

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Words from the (investment) wise for the week that was (March 24 – 30, 2008)

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“This is one ‘mother’ of a market,” 83-year old market veteran Richard Russell aptly described what market participants were again faced with during the past week. Sentiment was fragile as the outlook was still dominated by the familiar cast of deteriorating economic data, housing woes and concerns about the financial sector. Read all about this in my regular weekly blog post, highlighting some thought-provoking news items and quotes from market commentators during the past week, and briefly reviewing the week’s market action. […]

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Picture du Jour: US Long Bonds in Injury Time

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What is the outlook for US bonds, especially as yields have edged up since their recent lows? Considering both technical and fundamental factors, I conclude that continued base formation is likely, but that long-dated bond prices could be hit hard once yields adjust to more realistic levels. Be careful – we’re in injury time. […]

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Global stock markets – Index movements since highs (Part 2)

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I posted a scorecard for a number of global stock markets a week ago, showing the index movements since each of the respective market’s highs. This short post provides an update, but this time also showing returns in US dollar and euro rather than only in local currency terms. The bottom line: In times of crisis, correlations between stock markets increase and there is nowhere to hide. […]

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