Shanghai cracks

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As mentioned in yesterday, the Chinese Shanghai Composite Index has now recorded four consecutive down-weeks. The Index witnessed another massive sell-off this morning, declining by a further 6.7% to take its total loss since the peak of August 4 to 23.2%. Is this the catalyst for triggering a reversal of fortune in global stock markets? […]






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Prieur’s readings (August 31, 2009)

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This post provides links to a number of interesting articles I have read over the past few days that you may also find enjoyable. Please also add the links to any other thought-provoking articles you would like to share to the comments section. […]






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Max Keiser: On the Edge with Mish Shedlock

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In this edition of “On the Edge”, Max Keiser discusses deflation and the state of the US economy with Mike “Mish” Shedlock, author of Mish’s Global Trend Analysis blog. […]






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A library of horror titles …

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The ballooning US budget deficit through the eyes of a cartoonist. […]






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Words from the (investment) wise for the week that was (August 24 – 30, 2009)

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Stock markets, in general, again logged gains last week as pundits perceived economic data to be better than expected. But the recovery path is not home and dry yet, as shown by declines in crude oil, a number of emerging stock market indices, small cap indices and high-yield corporate bonds. All said, risky assets displayed some fatigue despite positive economic reports. Read all about this and the implications for financial markets in the weekly “Words from the Wise” review. […]






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Evolving SARB policy

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By Cees Bruggemans, Chief Economist FNB

With an imminent change in SARB Governors, one has reason to wonder whether the monetary policy emphasis may change, and if so, with what kind of implications for the two most important prices in the economy (interest rates and the Rand).

The two terms of […]

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