Chinese stocks tank – precursor of global markets?

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Goldman jitters and the pledge of China’s central bank to immediately implement new lending rules to curtail property speculation have resulted in the Chinese Shanghai Composite Index plunging by a massive 4.8% this morning. The Chinese stock market was the first to turn the corner after the credit crisis sell-off – a full five months before the majority of indices bottomed in March 2009 – and is being watched closely to ascertain whether this market would be the first to spell danger for global stocks, i.e. the proverbial canary in the coalmine. […]






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Prieur’s readings (April 19, 2010)

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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 enjoy. […]






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Gold: Euro, China and Goldman Sachs

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“Gold fell the most in two months as the SEC’s action against Goldman Sachs (GS) spurred investors rushing out of riskier commodities and into perceived safer assets such as the U.S. dollar. Nevertheless, the record government debt levels and monetary printing machines will most certainly heighten investor’s inflation concerns and push gold prices much higher over the long term,” argues Dian Chu in this guest contribution. […]






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SEC: “The product was new and complex, but the deception and conflicts are old and simple”

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In MHO, the tip of the proverbial iceberg. […]






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