Japanese equities – turning the corner?

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Scanning the globe for investment destinations can be a daunting task. When it comes to stock markets, however, relative strength analysis serves a useful purpose of highlighting under- or outperforming markets (or individual stocks) at a glance. Having perused a bunch of these charts, the Japanese situation stands out as being of particular interest. […]






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Roach – Don’t blame China for U.S. problems

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America’s fixation on the China problem is now boiling over, Stephen Roach, chairman of Morgan Stanley Asia, told CNBC. […]






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U.S. jobs – stabilizing at last

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As announced by the U.S. Department of Labor on Friday, payroll employment increased by 162,000 in March, recording the largest increase in three years. This post shows a handy chart to put the labor situation in perspective by comparing job losses for the current recession to that of the last recession and the average recession from 1950-1999. […]






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Wall Street more powerful than before the crisis?

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A handful of Wall Street banks have become more powerful and influential during the financial crisis. Simon Johnson, co-author of the new book “13 Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown”, argues that minding banks too big to fail isn’t enough. He tells WSJ columnist David Weidner that big banks need to be broken up into pieces “small enough to fail”. […]






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The U.S. economy: on the surface and under the hood

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“It is NOT the time for government support to let up. Don’t worry about what markets think, worry about what people think. They can’t move; and they can’t find a job (well at least officially 9.7% of the labor force, or the 9.1m part-time for economic reasons workers). As such, the hope for sizable private-sector income growth is looking negligible,” said Rebecca Wilder in this guest post. […]






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