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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 April 2015 at 5:47 GMT

    Clinton's 2016 White House launch contrasts with her 2008 bid

    Reuters
    Hillary Clinton cast herself as a champion for everyday Americans on Sunday, kicking off her long-awaited second run for the White House with a vow to fight for a level playing field for those recovering from tough economic times. Clinton, who begins the 2016 presidential race as the commanding Democratic front runner, entered the fray with a flurry of video, email and social media announcements that indicated she had absorbed some of the lessons of her painful 2008 loss and would not take anything for granted this time. When she lost the Democratic nominating battle to Barack Obama, her campaign was heavily criticised for conveying a sense of arrogance and entitlement, and for being out of touch with the party's progressive wing. On Sunday, she declared: "Everyday Americans need a champion. I want to be that champion."
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 April 2015 at 5:36 GMT

    The $9 trillion short that's sending the USD even higher

    Bloomberg
    Investors speculating the dollar rally is fizzling out may be overlooking trillions of reasons why it will keep on going. There’s pent-up demand for the US currency that will underpin years of appreciation because the world is “structurally short” the dollar, according to investor and former International Monetary Fund economist Stephen Jen. Sovereign and corporate borrowers outside America owe a record $9 trillion in the U.S. currency, much of which will need repaying in coming years, data from the Bank for International Settlements show. In addition, central banks that had reduced their holdings of the greenback are starting to reverse course, creating more demand. The dollar’s share of global foreign reserves shrank to a record 60% in 2011 from 73% a decade earlier, though it has since climbed back to 63%.
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  • Article / 13 April 2015 at 5:03 GMT

    3 Numbers: Italian industry on the cusp, India CPI, US yields

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Italian industry on the cusp, India CPI, US yields
    The outlook remains muted at best for Europe’s third-largest economy, Italy. Meanwhile inflation is running high in India, a sign of the growth it is having. While US 10-year yields show an uptick in sentiment, March retail sales will offer a key test for deciding if the US economy's poised to rebound from the winter blues.
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    Depends on what kind of hedge fund I guess but I would think there are probably those buying to.
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    First target reached
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    Second target...
  • Editor’s Picks / 13 April 2015 at 4:45 GMT

    Demography, new technology mean growth times ahead for India

    Nikkei Asian Review
    India's economy and stock prices will be strong over the next 10 to 20 years, says the CEO of the Bombay Stock Exchange. Key growth areas for India include robotics, agricultural sciences, life sciences, 3-D printing and nanotechnology. Angel investors, venture capitalists and stock markets are funding new ideas and technologies. Meanwhile there are many differences between emerging nations. While India is a consumption-balanced economy, nations such as Brazil, Russia and South Africa are resource economies. And China is a production economy – under pressure from rising wages and a workorce that looks comparatively old. But India's young workforce gives it advantages over other emerging nations.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 April 2015 at 2:33 GMT

    ASEAN economic bloc to fix regional talent drought

    The Jakarta Globa
    The Association of Southeast Asian Nations Economic Community, or AEC, which is set to come into effect at the end of this year, will provide an opportunity for local talent to move beyond borders and build experience overseas, enabling businesses to fill manpower shortfalls, local headhunters say. Employees in both white and blue collar sectors will enjoy greater access to job opportunities, though with greater competition, according to an Indonesia recruitment professional. Talent in certain service professions, including information technology and e-commerce, as well as consultants, physicians, and lawyers, is likely to be in high demand. Talented professionals in these fields could start moving around ASEAN within a year.
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  • Article / 13 April 2015 at 2:03 GMT

    Soaring US dollar heading even higher

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    The US dollar has gained over 25% in the past year – and just 20% of Wall Street economists believe its peaked already. It is strong because global investors like the outlook for the US economy. Meanwhile the Fed will move rates in September, whilst the ECB will stay highly accommodative.
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  • Article / 13 April 2015 at 1:37 GMT

    USD bulls getting ready to stir again

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    USD bulls getting ready to stir again
    We shouldn’t take our eyes off the ball trying to predict the exact timing of when the US Federal Reserve Open Market Committee will signal “lift off”. Instead we need to keep in mind the big picture: For the dollar the ducks are already lined up.
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