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January 2011

China Should Raise Its Currency—for Its Own Good

By Derek Thompson, The Atlantic, China’s cheap currency, one of the great boogeymen of international economics, will come roaring back […]

Investors Expect to Be Paid for Risk

From Portfoliosolutions.com site, All financial assets are priced based on their perceived risk. The greater the perceived risk, the greater […]

Facebook Founder’s Former Friends Won’t Stop Suing: Ann Woolner

Facebook Founder’s Former Friends Won’t Stop Suing: Ann Woolner January 13, 2011, 9:04 PM EST  Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) — In […]

China Record Discount to Hong Kong Means ‘Buy’ for Prudential

China Record Discount to Hong Kong Means ‘Buy’ for Prudential January 30, 2011, 6:43 PM EST  Jan. 31 (Bloomberg) — […]

Dmitry Medvedev on Investment and Security in Russia

Dmitry Medvedev on Investment and Security in Russia The Russian President talks with Bloomberg Television about the case of Mikhail […]

Oxstones Food for Thought – Black Swan Brewing in the Middle East

By Liu-Yue (Louie) Lam, Co-founder, CEO, & Chief Investment Strategist, Oxstone Capital Management The ongoing crisis in Egypt is much […]

The Egyptian Unrest: A Special Report

From Stratfor site, Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak remains the lifeblood of the demonstrators, who still number in the tens of […]

Smart Money: 15 Takeover Rumors Seeing Institutional Buying

By Eben Esterhuizen and Alicia Sellitti, Kapitall, Motley Fool, When investors are looking for larger-than-average returns, they often try to […]

Finding Success, Passionate Followers in Tow

Finding Success, Passionate Followers in Tow By RON LIEBER SANTA MONICA, Calif. Dimensional Fund Advisors is probably the quirkiest company […]

Tug Of War For China’s Gambling Empire

Tug Of War For China’s Gambling Empire Jan. 29 2011 – 10:45 am | 444 views | 0 recommendations | […]

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