All eyes on Chinese equities

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After almost doubling since the beginning of the year and notching up seven straight weeks of gains, the Chinese Shanghai Composite Index has now declined by 12.2% since its peak of August 4. It looks if more downside is in store for the Index and it would not come as a surprise if lower Chinese equities serve as the catalyst for a well-deserved pullback in global stock markets. […]

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Prieur’s readings (August 14, 2009)

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

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Coup to wipe out national debt

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The US government stages a fake coup to wipe out the national debt. Welcome to Octavius Del Monte, Supreme Commander of the (debt-free) Empire of Octavia. […]

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Taylor’s rule indicates further rate cuts

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By Cees Bruggemans

Estimating where interest rates should be.

Source: Cees Bruggemans, FNB, August 13, 2009.

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