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  • 2y
    fxtime fxtime
    Yet again no one knows the sum net value of Noble group..the paucity of group accounting and questionable asset base is nothing short of a mine field...
  • 2y
    fxtime fxtime
    Not sure this is a 'bolt from the blue' given the history of this organisation. Obscured and questionable fiduciary management/corporate structure/cashflow reporting has been the Noble embedded...
    2y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    I tried to find some facts about company in Equity Research of Saxotrader (just for education purposes). Unfortunatelly not available.... Interesting story.
  • 2y
    benlouro benlouro
    very good picks here. please keep up sending good bond ideas... this are important for more conservative clients
    2y
    fxtime fxtime
    benlouro you are so right :-) Also have you heard from Ken Veksler recently...I am not sure if he has changed Accumen management ?
    2y
    benlouro benlouro
    fxtime regarding Ken I don´t speak with him a long time. a couple o weeks ago I wonder what did happen to him....I thought to contact him...
  • Article / 17 August 2016 at 10:00 GMT

    Weekly Bond Update: Portfolios recoup Brexit losses

    Fixed Income trader / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Weekly Bond Update: Portfolios recoup Brexit losses
    Following the dramatic decision by the United Kingdom to leave the European Union most asset classes have recouped initial losses and moved on to new highs for the year. Corporate bonds, in general, are no exception, and this has lifted performance back into positive territory for both of our bond portfolios.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 01 October 2015 at 5:57 GMT

    Goodbye post-apocalyptic scarcity, hello commodities glut

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Peak oil, peak commodities, the planet running out of food and resources – just a few years ago, such scary scenarios evoking the post-apocalyptic movie “Mad Max” were taken seriously in financial markets. Now the world is confronted by the opposite phenomenon – a commodities glut inflicting damage on countries such as Brazil and Indonesia, commodity traders such as Glencore and Noble Group, and miners large and small. Since peaking in 2008, the Thomson Reuters Core Commodity Index has fallen some 60%. The big picture is clear enough. Commodities are in a severe bear market. The proximate cause is China's slowdown – inevitable after 30 years of explosive growth. The deeper cause is inherent cyclicality.
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