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Revolutionary Japan is suddenly the centre of world affairs

By Ambrose Evans-PritchardJanuary 2, 2013 “So Japan may not slide into genteel oblivion after all. To the surprise of the Japanese people, their country is smack in the middle of two riveting dramas that threaten to upturn the global strategic … Continue reading

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U.S. poised to become world’s top oil producer.

By 2020, output could surpass Saudis, driven by new drilling techniques. By JONATHAN FAHEYThe Associated Press U.S. oil output is surging so fast that the United States could soon overtake Saudi Arabia as the world’s biggest producer. Driven by high … Continue reading

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Does Federal Debt Really Matter?

By Cullen Roche January 24, 2012 There’s been a raging debate among mainstream economists over the last few weeks regarding government debt and whether it matters or not. The issue was highlighted in today’s NY Times in an article by … Continue reading

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Can The Euro be Saved?

By PAUL KRUGMAN January 12, 2011 THERE’S SOMETHING peculiarly apt about the fact that the current European crisis began in Greece. For Europe’s woes have all the aspects of a classical Greek tragedy, in which a man of noble character … Continue reading

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Is the Fed Printing Money or Pushing on a String?

By David Greenlaw – Margan Stanley December 08, 2010 http://www.morganstanley.com/views/gef/archive/2010/20101208-Wed.html In his recent 60 Minutes interview, Fed Chairman Bernanke denied that the Fed was printing money. This is entirely consistent with our own view (see Morgan Stanley Strategy Forum, 11/1/2010), … Continue reading

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Don’t Fight the Fed? This Time it Really May be Different.

by John Hutchins I have been thinking about this awhile, I don’t necessarily disagree with you but I am going to be contrarian, anyway. I hope you don’t mind. First in terms of banks not having disappeared so the lending … Continue reading

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