Daily Archives: June 7, 2013

The moral debate on banking

“Five years since the financial crisis and not one individual has been prosecuted. But can we really lay all the blame on bankers or were they just the pawns of a system society created? John Authers, senior investment columnist, reports … Continue reading

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Renewable energies on the rise

Windsor Castle is powered by a water turbine, while the roof of Blackfriars station is covered by solar panels. Here is a direct video link. Yes renewable energy requires long-term investment and government assistance to get established. But all of … Continue reading

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A tropical debt crisis

The global debt crisis is ubiquitous: debt is plentiful and customers in short supply all over. “The Caribbean is going through its toughest time since independence, with many of the islands struggling with huge debt and a weak economy.” Here … Continue reading

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The sun since 2010

From the madness and minutiae of markets, a much needed look up. Over the past 3 years as Quantitative Easing and algorithmic traders have churned world asset prices round and round, up and down, our sun–the ultimate source of all … Continue reading

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Danielle’s weekly market update

Danielle was a guest today on Talk Digital Network with Phil Mackesy talking about recent trends in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.

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