Our next growth cycle 2010-2018

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By Cees Bruggemans

With the rich industrial world facing slow growth recovery (Europe more so than the US because of internal rigidities and export dependence), and our own domestic political economy strained (more signs of labour strive), what kind of growth prospects do we have?

Or as a previous chairman never […]

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Recessionary data horrific but moderating

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By Cees Bruggemans

With employment losses probably only now reaching their maximum pace in South Africa (though having peaked in the US), monthly data suggest a bottoming process in output.

Year-on-year data comparisons in many sectors still show the horrific nature of the decline this past year:

• passenger cars […]

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Don Coxe webcast – updated

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Donald Coxe has just updated his webast – make a point of listening to this popular recording. […]

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“Gold, gold, you’re making me old”

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“… our damp rabbit’s foot hints at a much higher price before the end of 2010 because the triggers are already in place: the absence of meaningful new mine supply, the cessation of central bank sales, explosive growth in money supply and of course, rising political uncertainty, which is the Siamese twin of recessions,” said Bedlam Asset Management. This post provides an update on the latest developments regarding gold bullion. […]

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