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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 4:07 GMT

    Nearly a million protest Brazil's president, economy, corruption

    Reuters
    Close to a million demonstrators marched in cities and towns across Brazil on Sunday to protest a sluggish economy, rising prices and corruption - and to call for the impeachment of left-wing President Dilma Rousseff. The protests in the continent-sized country come as Brazil struggles to overcome economic and political malaise and pick up the pieces of a boom that crumbled about the time Rousseff took office in 2011. A fifth year of economic stagnation and a multibillion-dollar corruption scandal at state-run energy company Petrobras, has fueled their anger. But for a president narrowly re-elected just five months ago, the protests are a sign of a polarised country increasingly unhappy with its leadership, especially as the hard-won gains of the recent boom begin to succumb to an economic slowdown.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 3:45 GMT

    Speculators run for cover as oil stockpiles swell

    Bloomberg
    Speculators cut bullish oil wagers to the lowest level in more than two years amid warnings the US supply glut may soon strain storage capacity. Hedge funds and other money managers reduced their net-long position in West Texas Intermediate crude by 2.5% in the seven days to March 10, US Commodity Futures Trading Commission data show. Short wagers rose to a record. Oil supplies at Cushing, Oklahoma, the delivery point for WTI and the nation’s biggest storage hub, have more than doubled in three months. Tanks nationwide are almost two-thirds full, and the International Energy Agency said March 13 that the glut raised the risk of more price slumps. Production has climbed even as companies idle drilling rigs at a record pace.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 1:34 GMT

    China targets slower growth

    Nikkei Asian Review
    China is targeting economic growth of about 7% for 2015, half a percentage point lower than last year, writes Masahiro Okoshi for the Nikkei Asian Review. Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday after the country's annual National People's Congress session that China now will focus more on the quality and efficiency of the economy. He admitted that even the 7% goal would be difficult to meet. The country's economy grew by double digits each year before the 2008 financial crisis, but its recent slowdown is fuelling global concerns.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 1:25 GMT

    Grexit would have big impact on safe haven currencies

    Business Spectator
    The markets are betting against it, but if Greece pulls out of the EU, expect the euro to free-fall as investors scramble for safe haven currencies. The dollar and pound sterling, will no doubt soar. But as these two currencies become more expensive, savvy investors will look to other safe haven economies with strong balance sheets – the Hong Kong dollar, Singapore dollar and Danish krone. A bigger red herring is China, which is considering unleashing QE and widening the yuan trading band on a grandiose scale. A tidal wave of cash from China with a devaluing yuan would swamp Hong Kong and Singapore with investors seeking to preserve their capital.
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  • Article / 16 March 2015 at 1:25 GMT

    Today's Trade: Falling oil price to set a softer tone for ASX

    Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Australia
    The turbulent finish to the US markets on Friday along with the sharp drop in oil prices will likely see a soft tone set for this week’s trading. Iron ore lost 0.5% to $57.66 and there's no major news to support advances. Meanwhile, the USD strengthened on Friday to make a fresh 12-year high, which was one of the main reasons AUDUSD fell by 100 pips from 0.7725. We remain bullish on USDCAD and bearish on AUDUSD.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 1:02 GMT

    Muddling through, not big bang reform, works for China

    Business Spectator
    Some China watchers worry that Beijing will fail to deal with serious problems – local government debt, industrial overcapacity and state-owned enterprise inefficiency – and just muddle through instead. But there is merit in Bejing's incremental, muddling through approach to decisions. Scholars of China economy know that muddling through has been happening since 1979, and China has lifted millions out of poverty since then. Deng Xiaoping called it “crossing the river by feeling the stones”. The alternative is “big bang” reform. That’s what Russia and some other Eastern Europe economies did. They launched head first into rapid market liberalisation and mass privatisation. We all know how that worked out.
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    I agree !
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  • Editor’s Picks / 16 March 2015 at 0:29 GMT

    Poll finds majority of Germans want Greece out of Eurozone

    Bloomberg
    A poll has revealed that 52% of Germans no longer want Greece to remain in Europe’s common currency, Bloomberg reports. The results, published on March 13 by German public broadcaster ZDF, are up from 41% last month. The shift is due to a view held by 80% of Germans that Greece’s government “isn’t behaving seriously toward its European partners". The hardening of German opinion is significant because the country is the biggest contributor to Greece’s EUR 240 billion twin bailouts and the chief proponent of budget cuts and reforms in return for aid. Tensions have been escalating between the two governments since Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras took office in January.
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  • Article / 15 March 2015 at 23:37 GMT

    4G: Germany, Greece, Grace and Gravitas

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras reaches out to his creditors. He promises to soothe the strained relationships with the rest of the Eurozone. Meanwhile Greece has seen fit to complain about the German Finance Minister.
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    naresh naresh
    whats ur view on nasdaq sir at this point ?
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Hi there,

    I am out from my office this afternoon. Markets are feeding on the lower levels after irrational selling over the last two weeks. Be wary when...
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