A strong profits forecast during 2011 should help sustain the equity market rally during the year.
As fundamental factors improve in Sub-Saharan Africa, so does optimism about the outlook for equity markets in the region.
Subdued growth in the US and Europe should put off any discussions of material monetary tightening for some time to come.
While price fluctuations are inevitable, the return of central bank demand for gold, led by China, will ensure that the price of gold remains elevated for many years.
The dawning realization of the full extent of Greece's debt burden has spooked financial markets and begun a new chapter in the Global Financial Crisis.
Robust consumption and the ongoing deepening of trade ties with China are powering the strong rebound in Brazilian growth in 2010.
A broad-based recovery in the Canadian economy has been welcomed by domestic officials, but the strong currency has emerged as a threat to exports.
As a result of the excesses prior to the Global Financial Crisis, Greece will need to endure many years of painful austerity in order to stay in the monetary union.
Regardless of the composition of the next UK government, harsh fiscal austerity is inevitable.
The combined insights of two leading independent economic consultancies.
Following decades of subpar performance, the global commodity cycle has pushed Sub-Saharan Africa onto a stronger growth path.
Tim Geithner's proposals will prevent the reoccurrence of another Lehman Brothers-type catastrophe.
Despite the Canadian financial system's prudence prior to the Great Recession, the large exposure to the US remains a huge risk for Canada.
The composition of the next Senate will not be finalized until December.
The amount of liabilities the US government has been forced to assume is unprecedented.