Interview with Marc Faber

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In this post, Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom and Doom Report, talks with Bloomberg about the global economy, equities and currency markets, and Federal Reserve monetary policy. […]

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Goldman’s seven big questions about the economy

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A recent Global Economics Weekly report from Jim O’Neil and the team at Goldman Sachs Global Economics highlights the answers to seven key questions that, according to them, should provide an indication of whether the improvement in the global economy and performance of world financial markets can be sustained. Read on … […]

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The shoals of depression have been avoided …

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As mentioned before, Paul Kasriel, award-winning chief economist of Northern Trust, rates highly on my list of must-read economists. Sharing a review of the economic outlook, Paul has just published a PowerPoint presentation entitled “The shoals of depression have been avoided, but the economy still faces strong headwinds”. I found it useful to flip through the slides, and I am sure you will also enjoy them. […]

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Roubini – US economy facing “death by a thousand cuts”

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The financial crisis would have happened even if Lehman Brothers was bailed out, Nouriel Roubini, chairman of RGE Monitor, told CNBC. In the video clip in this post, he discusses the anniversary of the Lehman collapse and the state of global financial markets. […]

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A humorous history of Lehman Bros

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A light-hearted view of the unfolding of the Lehman saga. […]

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Rand firms even as reserves approach $40 billion

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By Cees Bruggemans, Chief Economist FNB

During August our gross foreign reserves jumped by $2bn to $38bn even as the Rand firmed through 7.70:$.

Yet the reserve gain wasn’t due to SARB forex accumulation.

Instead, the reserve gain was all bookkeeping, mainly getting SDR 1.4bn from the IMF (dishing out […]

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