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Greece Doesn’t Need the European Union

Greece Doesn’t Need the European Union

Greece isn’t a concern and markets remain in a post European QE glow. But if Syzria pushes ahead with its plans to reduce Greece’s debt load, expect volatility to increase.

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They Can Talk China Down, but This is Inevitable…

They Can Talk China Down, but This is Inevitable…

The mainstream continues to get its pants in a knot over China’s economic growth rate falling from 7.4% to 7.3%.

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Making the Most from Emerging Market ETFs

Making the Most from Emerging Market ETFs

There are many benefits that an ETF offers. ETFs can trades like a stock on the open exchange, so the average investor can gain easy access.

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An Old Bear Surrenders to the Market Rally

An Old Bear Surrenders to the Market Rally

Surely the bulls in the stock market can’t keep the upper hand forever, right? Maybe not, but some high-profile bears are only just starting to get onboard with this rally…

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29 January 2015 by Kris Sayce

The mainstream continues to get its pants in a knot over <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/china-economy" title="More on China's economy"><strong>China’s economic growth rate</strong></a> falling from 7.4% to 7.3%.
The mainstream continues to get its pants in a knot over China’s economic growth rate falling from 7.4% to 7.3%.

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29 January 2015 by Greg Canavan

<strong>Greece</strong> isn’t a concern and markets remain in a post <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/global-economy/europe-economy" title="More on Europe's economy"><strong>European QE glow</strong></a>. But if Syzria pushes ahead with its plans to reduce Greece’s debt load, expect volatility to increase.
Greece isn’t a concern and markets remain in a post European QE glow. But if Syzria pushes ahead with its plans to reduce Greece’s debt load, expect volatility to increase.

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28 January 2015 by Tim Dohrmann

Surely the bulls in the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/stock-market" title="More on the stock market"><strong>stock market</strong></a> can’t keep the upper hand forever, right? Maybe not, but some high-profile bears are only just starting to get onboard with this rally…
Surely the bulls in the stock market can’t keep the upper hand forever, right? Maybe not, but some high-profile bears are only just starting to get onboard with this rally…

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28 January 2015 by Ken Wangdong

There are many benefits that an <strong>ETF</strong> offers. ETFs can trades like a stock on the open exchange, so the average investor can gain easy access.
There are many benefits that an ETF offers. ETFs can trades like a stock on the open exchange, so the average investor can gain easy access.

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27 January 2015 by Kris Sayce

The <strong>Greeks</strong> will have ready-made buyers. Even better for Greece is that the <a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/financial-system/banks-and-interest-rates/european-central-bank" title="More on the European central bank"><strong>European Central Bank</strong></a> has said it will buy up to 30% of a national government’s debt.
The Greeks will have ready-made buyers. Even better for Greece is that the European Central Bank has said it will buy up to 30% of a national government’s debt.

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27 January 2015 by Sam Volkering

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At CES this year, I saw a series of exhibits devoted to augmented reality — the idea that the digital world and the physical world combine...

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26 January 2015 by Kris Sayce

The longer money printing activities and interest rate slashing go on in other countries,  the more likely it becomes that <b><a href="http://www.moneymorning.com.au/category/economy/australia-economy" title="more on the Australian economy">Australia’s economy</a></b> will have to follow suit.
The longer money printing activities and interest rate slashing go on in other countries, the more likely it becomes that Australia’s economy will have to follow suit.

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24 January 2015 by Tim Dohrmann

Stocks and Shares
You can usually predict how the month of January will run in Australia. For starters, pretty much everywhere, it’s gonna be hot. (Maybe not as hot as Haiti, but still hot.) If you’re lucky, you will have spent some…

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23 January 2015 by Jason Stevenson

Stock market report with bull and bear
Caution remains for the next two weeks — we may still see a sharp stock market correction before the bull market truly unleashes. I’ll explain…

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23 January 2015 by Kris Sayce

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Everyone wants to know the answer to one question: What’s the next big financial market crisis? Get it right and you can dine out on the story for years...

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22 January 2015 by Vern Gowdie

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Deflation is nothing to fear — that is, if you have no debt, live within your means and save. The problem is that this applies to precious few.

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22 January 2015 by Kris Sayce

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Let's talk about interest rates. They’re low, and they’re staying low…the survival of Australia’s economy depends on it…

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