Donald Coxe – Investment Recommendations (April 2009)

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“The current US equity rally shows signs of needing a summer rest. But it will not fall back into the Slough of Despond,” recommends Donald Coxe in his latest “Basic Points” research publication. Click through to the post to read the full report. […]






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Words from the (investment) wise for the week that was (April 20 – 26, 2009)

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The mood of investors was influenced last week by the stress test debate, tentative signs of economic stabilization in a number of countries and a barrage of earnings reports – generally better than feared. As the equity rally ground to a halt on some bourses, the US dollar and government bonds offered little safety appeal and edged weaker. Read all about this and the implications for financial markets in the weekly “Words from the Wise” review. […]






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Goldman raises China’s growth forecasts

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I posted an update on China’s growth outlook a few days ago and said that the Chinese PMI seems to indicate that the country might have seen the worst of the growth statistics. I also referred to a report by BCA Research, stating that “a broad range of macro indicators suggest that the economy may have begun to rebound”. Interestingly, a “flash” report by the Asian team of Goldman Sachs has just been published in which they have significantly raised their real GDP growth forecasts for China for 2009 and 2010. […]






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Rebecca Wilder’s economic updates (April 16 – 23): Expected to slide through 2009

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This post is a guest contribution by Rebecca Wilder, author of the News N Economics blog, analyzing the past week’s global economic reports in order to get a feel for world economic trends. […]






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Video-o-rama: Economy – recovery or relapse?

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On the video front, the IMF upped its forecast of total global credit crisis-related losses to $4.1 trillion by the end of 2010 and the Congressional Oversight Panel on Tarp conducted a hearing on Capitol Hill, whereas a host of commentators weighed in with a combination of gloomy and “bottom-in-sight” economic forecasts, as well as comments on the imminent results of the bank stress tests. An interesting selection of video clips is featured in this post. […]






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Prieur’s readings

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This post provides links to some interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also like to have a look at. […]






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