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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.

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The Chinese currency is revaluing more quickly than members of Congress realize.

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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.

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Restrictive Fiscal Policy in Europe will reduce the region's growth rate during the next couple of years.

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The travails of Greece will eventually result in a more harmonized political union to accompany the robust monetary union in Europe.

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Robust consumption and the ongoing deepening of trade ties with China are powering the strong rebound in Brazilian growth in 2010.

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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.

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The economic prospects in the US and Europe are diverging as an important election approaches in the UK.

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Most regions around the world except for the European periphery are poised for strong growth during the year ahead.

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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.

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Regardless of the composition of the next UK government, harsh fiscal austerity is inevitable.