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November 2011

China cuts reserve ratio in move to inject cash

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s central bank cut the reserve requirement ratio for its commercial lenders on Wednesday for the first […]

Should I Hire a Financial Adviser or Go It Alone?

Should I hire a financial adviser to manage my retirement portfolio, and can I afford to? — Robert Stamberger, Fallbrook, […]

Turning 30? Four things you must do

It’s never too early to start planning your finances, but it can get too late. So if you are turning […]

10 Market Conclusions Based On Recent Hedge Fund Exposure

by Tyler Durden, Zero Hedge, Yesterday we highlighted the top 50 stocks that comprise the hedge fund “darling” universe. And […]

4 Risks That Will Hamper Your Retirement

By Dividend Growth Investor, Invest Place.com, Investors who plan on living off their assets in retirement face several risks. The […]

Oil Abundance in Canada Sands Provoking Anxiety Over Lust for Fossil Fuel

By John Lippert and Jeremy van Loon, Bloomberg, The helicopter swooping over once- pristine spruce forests provides a close-up view […]

Syria, Iran and the Balance of Power in the Middle East

By George Friedman, Stratfor, U.S. troops are in the process of completing their withdrawal from Iraq by the end-of-2011 deadline. […]

IPOs stoke San Francisco housing market

By Sarah McBride SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Adam Holm has been looking to sell his three-bedroom Victorian house in San […]

Global supermarkets wary of fine print on India invite

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – Global supermarket chains welcomed a long-awaited invitation from India to invest in the country’s $450 billion […]

China Wary of Choking on Dollar Driving Hong Kong Dim Sum Bonds

By Fion Li, Bloomberg, The helicopter swooped over Hong Kong’s Victoria Harbor trailing a huge red-and-white banner: RMB SOVEREIGN BONDS. […]

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