China’s cut in reserve requirements – very bullish for stocks

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I view the cut in the Chinese reserve requirement rate as very bullish for Chinese stocks. Changes in the direction of the RRR had a major impact on the Shanghai Composite Index in the recent past … […]






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Wolf and Authers on Greece

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Greece’s second bailout has been agreed, but a leaked eurozone report suggests the heavily indebted country will need yet another. John Authers, FT’s Long View columnist, discusses with Martin Wolf, FT’s chief economics commentator, whether this latest package can possibly work. […]






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Prieur’s Readings (Feb 21, 2012)

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As part of my daily routine, I publish all my reading (including snippets from other well-known commentators) in an Internet newspaper, “Investment Postcards Daily”. Click through to read the latest edition and register for a free subscription. […]






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Daily market update (Feb 21, 2012): Figuring out oil’s next target

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Adam Hewison, charting strategist of INO/Market Club, brings you another edition of his invaluable service of daily technical market updates. These analyses give you an overall perspective of market conditions, highlight a few key movers, and discuss how current events are affecting investment strategy. Click through to hear Adam’s latest views on gold, silver, the US Dollar Index, the CRB Index, crude oil and the S&P 500 Index. […]






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Election of University of Stellenbosch Council members – support Prieur du Plessis

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If you are an alumnus of the University of Stellenbosch, please click through … […]






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Crude oil vs. Iran: Who blinks first?

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“Crude oil prices or Iran, no matter who blinks first, one thing for certain is that consumers most likely will end up footing the bill of higher fuel costs, and world economy would suffer as a whole in the process as well,” said Dian Chu in this topical guest post. […]






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