Monthly Archives: October 2011

Big picture on manic markets

Just as we saw risk markets surge the week of October 21 while the Yen soared.  Today we have “risk off” across the board as the BOJ intervened for the third time this year to knock the Yen lower.  The US dollar … Continue reading

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“Occupy” and others who care about restoring sanity: a couple of key reforms

Here are two simple changes that only the most self-interested, reckless players can lobby against. And they have. But sane minds must prevail: 1.  Credit Default Swaps markets must be listed, regulated and open so that all sides can see … Continue reading

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Property bubble finally imploding in China

This article offers important perspective on the unraveling of the largest real estate bubble on planet earth today.  Those hoping that China will rescue the west, should take note:  China has some major headwinds of its own.  See Shanghai homeowners … Continue reading

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Danielle on This Week in Money radio

Danielle was a guest today on This Week in Money discussing this week’s developments in the Euro zone and the global economy.  You can listen to a clip of the segment here by advancing the play to 15:19.

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Rogoff: “Greece still needs to leave the Euro”

Harvard University economist Kenneth Rogoff talks about the agreement reached by European leaders to try to resolve the debt crisis, the future of the euro region and the outlook for the U.S. economy.  He says that the crisis in Europe is the … Continue reading

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Danielle’s weekly market update with Talk Digital Network

Danielle spoke to Phil Mackesy of Talk Digital Network today discussing recent developments in the global economy and world markets. You can listen to the audio clip here.

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