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Chinas Interest Rate Move- Dramatic Action to Maintain the Status Quo.pdf- Thumb
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The large size of China's recent interest rate cut was in no small part a preventative measure to minimize the fall out from the Global Financial Crisis.

Market Shock-Congress Rejects the Paulson Plan.pdf- Thumb
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Congress' rejection of the Paulson bailout plan forced dramatic reactions from governments around the world and raises concerns about further large equity losses.

Have Index Funds Increased the Oil Price.pdf- Thumb
10 pages

Various fundamental factors all point to the oil price declining in the near future.

Rescuing Zimbabwe.pdf- Thumb
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Robert Mugabe's actions and policies have inflicted a tremendous amount of pain on the Zimbabwean people, and he must be removed as soon as possible.

A Brief Update on the Global Economy.pdf- Thumb
3 pages

Buoyant commodity prices and robust domestic consumption are sustaining strong growth rates in the developing world.

Can the Economy Continue to Avoid a Recession.pdf- Thumb
5 pages

Despite a very weak housing market, inflation continues to run higher than desired in the United States.

Can Mr Bernanke Prevent a Recession.pdf- Thumb
5 pages

Turmoil in European and Asian equity markets forced Ben Bernanke to ease aggressively.

A Primer for the Mid-January Markets.pdf- Thumb
2 pages

Market gyrations regarding credit default swaps products is causing turmoil in global equity markets.

Pakistan's Political Crisis 01-03.pdf- Thumb
5 pages

The shocking assassination of Benazir Bhutto will likely result in Pakistani instability for some time to come.

September Surprise.pdf- Thumb
2 pages

Private payroll slowed dramatically as the housing market downturn intensified.

Will Abe's election defea boost Japanse interest rates.pdf- Thumb
4 pages

If Shinzo Abe loses his position as prime minister in upcoming elections, Japanese monetary policy will be more expansionary.

Will the Global Boom Continue.pdf- Thumb
3 pages

Multiple factors have resulted in a period of nearly unprecedented global prosperity, but many risks are present on the horizon.

China's Exchange Rate Policy 07-16-2007.pdf- Thumb
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Despite lingering memories of forex shortages a decade and a half ago, economic realities will force China to allow its currency to appreciate modestly going forward.

Saving the Korean FTA.pdf- Thumb
2 pages

Should Democrats reject the Korean FTA, it will have tremendously negative consequences for future US influence in East Asia.

Will CDOs Sway the Fed.pdf- Thumb
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Recent turmoil in the CDO market place has sharpened focus on the threats this instrument poses to the US economy.