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  • Article / 4 hours ago

    The Nobel Prize's noble recipient

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    The Nobel Prize's noble recipient
    Angus Deaton has been awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Economics in recognition for his analysis of consumption, poverty, and welfare. Many important questions have been raised over how economies are managed and new data suggest the discipline may require fresh thinking.
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  • 3h
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    ............ I have a feeling that the failed drama teacher with the nice hair..........................

    gotta talk to these guys and get an "edit in 5 Minutes button" like...
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    I really like your cynicism ☺
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Mike, Oil is going down due to a serious glut. You had clearly anticipated that two weeks ago but Miss Yellen blew it up. Now the oil...
  • Article / 5 hours ago

    FX frustration reaches fever pitch

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX frustration reaches fever pitch
    Markets remain frustratingly skittish and difficult to time, but the key is to find those crosses that are riding all-too-high on the jagged currents of sentiment that characterise investing in late 2015.
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    buelte buelte
    where are ' the helmets ' - you prefer the raft these days?
  • 8h
    DudetteUK DudetteUK
    Thank you for the trade idea. Best
  • Editor’s Picks / 10 hours ago

    China's Silk Road — big on vision, light on detail

    Financial Times
    China's Silk Road plan will, if it comes to eventual fruition, be the grandest plan of economic diplomacy since the Marshall Plan flooded Europe's coffers in the aftermath of WW2. But, write Charles Clover and Lucy Hornby, president Xi Jinping's grand vision on which he hopes to secure his legacy lacks detail and leaves those states hoping to benefit from the potentially enormous cash injection required to develop the overall infrastructure, grasping for clues. China will also have to wrestle with being a great economic power and taking on board the security element as its influence grows into central Asia and beyond which has become the biggest foreign policy headache for the US for decades. The Silk Road is alive with possibilities, but even if it is a success, it will force Beijing to confront issues it might have hoped "soft power" would help it avoid.
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