November 2007:- To fathom today’s gyrating markets, look no further than crowd psychology. The slide is unsurprising, considering the boom that preceded it. If investment bank strategists and fund managers were frank with themselves and their clients, they would admit … Read the rest
April 2008: Investors and traders who are still buying euros near record heights, beware.
The European economy is in the danger zone, despite the sanguine noises from the Continent’s finance ministers and central bankers. Growth of the 15-nation region that … Read the rest
Spring 2011:- Estate agents expect stability in 2011, recovery in 2012, but economists cautious.
A FLOOD of new prime developments are boosting the supply of London residential property and foreign investors are the targeted potential buyers.
In hyped-up promotions, enthusiastic … Read the rest
April 2008:- Food and raw materials inflation will come to an abrupt halt within the coming twelve months. Despite gloomy inflation forecasts causing excessively high interest rates of central banks such as the European Central Bank and Bank of England, … Read the rest