Stock market seasonality points to a good December

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The first trading day of December was off to a running start, with global stock markets gaining strongly yesterday on positive developments in Europe and upbeat economic data. Time will tell whether indices have seen their reaction lows … […]






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El-Erian on the EU debt crisis and where to invest

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In this interview, Mohamed El-Erian said investors ought to be looking for opportunities to buy non-European debt that has been sold heavily in response to the European crisis. He recommended emerging markets with high reserve levels, high-quality corporate bonds, as well as currencies “around the world being contaminated by what’s happening in Europe.” […]






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Nigel Farage throws egg in Eurocrat faces: “Who the hell you think you are?”

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British politician and the leader of the UK Independence Party Nigel Farage has slammed EU bosses over European crisis. Click through for great viewing material. […]






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“U.S. needs to make things, not paper,” says Gross

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“Unless developed economies learn to compete the old-fashioned way – by making more goods and making them better – the smart money will continue to move offshore to Asia, Brazil and other developing economies, both in asset and in currency space,” said Bill Gross in his latest newsletter. […]






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Charles Nenner’s predictions for 2011

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Market commentator Charles Nenner, head of research at the Charles Nenner Research Center, shares his predictions for 2011. […]






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Brazil: Inflation showdown

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“In July, Brazil’s central bank faced significant criticism when it slowed the pace of its rate-hiking cycle – a cycle that had just begun in April – and prepared to stop hiking all together at its next meeting. The abrupt end to the hiking cycle was difficult to understand,” argues Gray Newman in this guest post. […]






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