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|... Stability Facility (EFSF)/European Stability Mechanism (ESM), the remainder would not be enough if Italy gets into trouble. Ahh yes, this calls for another "sure, sure" retort once again. Italy's now the latest member that is too big to fail and too ...|
|... one has again been averted. The same goes for the European summit (yes, another one) in Belgium on the 28th of this one. Ahh... the more things change, the more they stay the same. And what now of QE expectations? Or ECB intervention? Or additional fighting ...|
|Didn't they already ban the running with the bulls in Spain? Ahh yes, my bad. The Spanish region of Catalonia only banned bullfighting, but approved running with them. For bullfighting kills bulls, running with them only kills ... ehem, people. I was ...|
|... equities were "overbought". If you followed his advice, you would have missed out on the 3.4% gain through the end of March. Ahh, but it's not over till it's over. His Rx is now looking good. The S&P is down 0.4% to date. Given this batting average ...|
|... but warned that it could be lowered again. Looks to me like even the credit raters have lost conviction on their ratings. Ahh well, everyone's hedging their bets these days, why not the credit raters too? We might put also like to put some hedges in ...|
|... quarter March inflation data show that the economy could afford that largesse anyway. Done! See you at the pub, Governor Glen. Ahh... but that was before Bernie Fraser stepped into the fray and called for a 50 basis point cut in the official cash rate ...|
|... government spending), Obama's doing the reverse. China perhaps? It's slowing. Yes, but it's not really slowing that much. Ahh but MikeM, you may have hit the nail on the head when you mentioned the dollar A. Leaving aside its dampening impact on the ...|
|... shifts its reliance from exports into spurring domestic consumption. PM Wen just acknowledged these. So why the sad face? Ahh yes, because 7.5% think us will not be enough to lift the other boats (some slow, some stalled, some sinking) from the treacherous ...|
|... an oil supply shock in the Middle East "would lead to a much stronger and unprecedented disruption of global oil supply". Ahh yes, downside risks and Europe. A view given credence by stats released overnight. The Eurozone's unemployment rate rose to ...|
|... below 20 overnight. This is down from above 20 reading at the start of the year and down, down from last year's high 48. Ahh, but Greece and Europe are so, so... last year. This year, investors have a sunnier disposition. You can feel it in the air. ...|
BT head of financial literacy and advocacy Bryan Ashenden has observed a significant increase in calls for technical support from financial advisers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hedge funds in April posted their highest one-month returns since May 2009, but still have a long way to go before they can pare back March quarter losses.
At a hearing of the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Economics that was supposed to focus on ME Bank's recent troubles, the super funds performing poorly in terms of early release copped surprise criticism.
Hamish Douglass' Magellan Financial Group has launched a listed active ETF fund in partnership with Airlie Funds Management, with promises of reducing friction and costs for investors.
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