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Negative Territory

Housing: Good Vibrations (Sonders)
  July 30, 2012 by Liz Ann Sonders, Senior Vice President, Chief Investment Strategist, Charles Schwab & Co., Inc. Key Po ...
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3 reasons Eurozone’s investors love Danish bonds
  by Sober Look Would you pay Denmark's government 0.6% to hold your money for two years? Sounds strange, but that's exactly ...
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Gold, Gold Miners Float Higher on Eurozone Concerns and Weakness  (June 4, 2012)
Gold Market Radar (June 4, 2012) For the week, spot gold closed at $1,624.10 up $51.07 per ounce, or 3.3 percent.  Gold stocks, as ...
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Bursting the TIPs Bubble (Koesterich)
Call #1: Negative TIPS in the long term; Maintain neutral TIPS in the near term Recently, investors have been piling into US infla ...
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Stock Price Correction Mostly Played Out, But Duration Could Go Longer (BCA)
In the context of this macro-economic climate, BCA Research says that investors will need to become more tactically involved in as ...
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Emerging Markets Cheat Sheet (April 4, 2011)
Emerging Markets Cheat Sheet (April 4, 2011) Strengths As the Shanghai copper price improves, the Shanghai/LME spread is coming ou ...
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Stock Markets Anticipating Better Economic Growth
Further to my post of yesterday, “Stocks: anticipator of economic health”, where my conclusion was that the stock market is an exc ...
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Can Japan Make a Comeback? (Mobius)
This article is a guest contribution by Mark Mobius, Vice-chairman, Franklin Templeton Investments. On a recent trip to Japan, I s ...
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Curious Move in United States Oil Fund (USO)
By Dian L. Chu, Economic Forecasts & Opinions United States Oil Fund (USO) was a big mover on Friday jumping 3.69% to $35.65, ...
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China to the Rescue
This article is a guest contribution from Econompic Data. The bull's case has been that the emerging market growth will more than ...
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Rebecca Wilder’s economic updates (April 23 – 30): The good, the bad and the ugly
This post is a guest contribution by Rebecca Wilder*, author of the of the News N Economics blog. The 2009 global economy is still ...
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