Chinese stocks – finely balanced

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Showing disappointment with the size of the increase, investors sold Chinese stocks this morning, pulling the Shanghai Composite Index 1.9% lower – its largest decline in a month’s time. What is in store for Chinese stocks? […]






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Dave Frost: Face to face with Julian Assange

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Julian Assange, the co-founder of the whistleblowing website WikiLeaks – which is currently releasing over 250,000 confidential American diplomatic cables – is in the UK fighting extradition to Sweden where he is wanted on charges for sexual assault. He joins David Frost to talk about a host of issues, from his personal situation to the role of WikiLeaks as a bastion of transparency, championing the right to reveal government secrets, when it is in the public’s interest. […]






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Max Keiser on cables, crises and cyber currencies

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This week, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert talk about stock market riots, p2p currencies and the banking solvency crisis. Make sure to read the quotes included in die video show. In the second half, Max talks to Mike Maloney of goldsilver.com about currency crises, China’s gold and the silver market. […]






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Emerging markets – higher for longer

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“EM economies have had quite a ride over the last few years, but 2010 has been exceptional not just because growth has been strong, but also because it has been strong with no major hiccups along the way. 2011 is likely to be slightly different: With excess capacity now largely gone or going very quickly, unbridled growth is no longer an option,: said Manoj Pradhan of Morgan Stanley in this guest post.. […]






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Theme to watch for in 2011: Chin-flation

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Prakriti Sofat, regional economist at Barclays Capital, says China will begin to export inflation across the globe in 2011. She speaks to CNBC about the key risks to watch for heading into the new year. […]






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Is the smart money right about China? Outlook 2011 & the next decade

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“Right now, there are more and more signs coming out of China that all is not well with its economy, and the likelihood of a more severe downturn in the future is a distinct possibility, unless its policy makers take decisive and prudent actions to minimize the damage of a hard landing,” said Dian Chu in this topical guest contribution.. […]






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