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HOW TO HELP PALESTINIAN REFUGEES TODAY

Experts say $50-100 billion ... diplomatic efforts, may also help to alleviate the growing fear among the Jordanian establishment that Ariel Sharon's true intention is to foster conditions that lead t... read more

Rupee, rupiah skid as Fed taper talk rattles Asian markets

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Vulnerable emerging Asian currencies weakened and regional ... Japan's Nikkei stock average ended down 0.2 percent. The Indian rupee slumped to a two-month low of 63.90 per dollar b... read more

Money moves

Sudden drop in RMB a shift toward market-driven rates, not a growth boost, experts say After ... the People's Bank of China took the decision to let the yuan slide by 1.9 percent on Aug 11 - the bigge... read more

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Can North Korean Nukes Rattle Global Stock & Financial Markets?

Pyongyang then fired three shorter-range missiles into the Sea of Japan. But global stock markets are so intoxicated with super-cheap money injected by the G-20 central banks each day ... s ruling fam... read more


Could Falling Oil Prices Spark A Financial Crisis?

The Telegraph paints a dire scenario in which the debt bubble bursts because of low oil prices, leading to a cascading 2008-style financial collapse, at least in the junk bond market. Such a scenario ... read more

Japan’s trading desks: ‘Situation normal’, BAU or AFU?

Needless to say, many staff working for the big banks and brokers are not particularly thrilled to be among the last ones left standing in Tokyo — even though top managers and traders may be already . ... read more

Balance Sheet Recession Ensures Slow Growth Going Forward

Treasury bonds. America is the world's bank ... Natural gas prices may have bottomed, and with production rising due to leasehold requirements and desirable natural gas liquids, pipelines are attracti... read more

Stimulus may raise your rates

Keeping the inflation tiger in check Other experts say there's little chance of that happening. First off, they see little reason for investor interest in U.S. bonds ... "The fears of a spike [in inte... read more

Asian shares, emerging currencies tumble on Fed anxiety

The Indian rupee slumped to a two-month low after surging consumer prices sparked fears the central bank would continue ... $85 billion-a-month bond-buying programme sooner rather than later. Global m... read more

Key Oversight Tool Used by NY Fed May Be Broken

An important tool used by Federal Reserve Bank of New York to gather information about the critical fed funds market may be fundamentally broken. A new report from the Fed’s most important regional br... read more



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