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Zero Hedge
All Roads Lead To TreasuriesVia Scotiabank's Guy Haselmann, Rapidly Standing Still While global central b
All Roads Lead To Treasuries
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
Via Scotiabank's Guy Haselmann, Rapidly Standing Still While global central bank quasi-coordination ended in 2014, it completely diverged in 2015. This is highly troubling and dissimilar to other historical comparisons. The reason is because when... Read more
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Swissinfo
Rogoff Sees Need for Stronger ECB Action Amid Limited QE Effect(Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank may need “more radical” measures to su
Rogoff Sees Need for Stronger ECB Action Amid Limited QE Effect
Swissinfo / Posted 18 days ago
(Bloomberg) -- The European Central Bank may need “more radical” measures to supplement its bond purchases as it seeks to stoke inflation, Harvard Professor Kenneth Rogoff said. Since the ECB started quantitative easing 10 months ago, prices within... Read more
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Providence Business News
RBS seen facing losses in 2016, casting dividend in doubtLONDON - For investors in Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, hopes for a dividen
RBS seen facing losses in 2016, casting dividend in doubt
Providence Business News / Posted 19 days ago
LONDON - For investors in Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC, hopes for a dividend are fading. An expected ninth consecutive full-year loss in 2016 could undermine CEO Ross McEwan’s efforts to reinstate dividend payments next year for the first time... Read more
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iol.co.za
‘Stop worrying about China’s markets’London - A year ago, Premier Li Keqiang told the World Economic Forum that his
‘Stop worrying about China’s markets’
iol.co.za / Posted 20 days ago
London - A year ago, Premier Li Keqiang told the World Economic Forum that his country could avoid a hard landing. As the Swiss town of Davos prepares for the 2016 edition of the conclave, delegates such as Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz and Credit... Read more
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Swissinfo
Davos Veterans Say Stop Worrying About China’s Market Meltdown(Bloomberg) -- A year ago, Premier Li Keqiang told the World Economic Forum tha
Davos Veterans Say Stop Worrying About China’s Market Meltdown
Swissinfo / Posted 20 days ago
(Bloomberg) -- A year ago, Premier Li Keqiang told the World Economic Forum that his country could avoid a hard landing. As the Swiss town of Davos prepares for the 2016 edition of the conclave, delegates such as Nobel laureate Joseph Stiglitz and... Read more
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Business Insider
Bill Gross went to see ‘The Big Short’, and thinks the same thing is happening all over againBillionaire bond investor Bill Gross is bearish, and he keeps finding different
Bill Gross went to see ‘The Big Short’, and thinks the same thing is happening all over again
Business Insider / Posted 30 days ago
Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross is bearish, and he keeps finding different ways to get the message across. In an investment outlook on Thursday, he said things are about to get so bad we're all going to need a Xanax. He followed that up with a... Read more
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WA Today
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepensThe Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began tra
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepens
WA Today / Posted 30 days ago
The Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began trading freely three decades ago. The Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowest level since September, before paring some of its losses to... Read more
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Canberra Times
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepensThe Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowes
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepens
Canberra Times / Posted a month ago
The Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowest level since September. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began trading freely three decades ago. The Aussie fell... Read more
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Brisbane Times
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepensThe Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowes
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepens
Brisbane Times / Posted a month ago
The Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowest level since September. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began trading freely three decades ago. The Aussie fell... Read more
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The Age
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepensThe Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowes
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepens
The Age / Posted a month ago
The Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowest level since September. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began trading freely three decades ago. The Aussie fell... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepensThe Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowes
$A tumbles through US70¢ as weakness deepens
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted a month ago
The Aussie fell as low as US69.81¢ about 8am in New York on Thursday, its lowest level since September. Photo: Glenn Hunt The Australian dollar is suffering its worst start to a year since it began trading freely three decades ago. The Aussie fell... Read more
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