Week as of 8th

Show me your wallet and I will tell you your future.
Posted on November 9, 2010 by olexa5
“Investment bankers should not get paid the same as in the Pre-Lehman years” – A phrase which became manifest in people’s minds over the last two years. But did they really receive less?

Watch out for those…!
Posted on November 9, 2010 by bravenewloock
How many financial bubbles are we facig at the moment? There are indeed some you would not expect…

Europe back in the Crisis?
Posted on November 11, 2010 by rudi2020
EU Peripherals have just brought hectic into financial markets and this resulted in a hike of their bond’s yields. Some deeper thoughts about EU Peripheral bond investments these days…

Ring the bell for the next round…
Posted on November 12, 2010 by stuerzele
What seemed to have been a struggle of short-term dimensions seems to continue and intensify: The currency war, especially driven between China and the USA, has found a “second round” by Chinese rating agency “Dagong Global Credit Rating” that has just downgraded the USA…

It’s „Panic Time“ again: Investors re-start fearing EU Peripherals
Posted on November 14, 2010 by Kizzel_Keller
All eyes on Ireland. The EU Peripheral has shocked markets once more with its catastrophic economic state which seems to have bad chances of getting any better. An update and outlook on EU Peripherals…

The new GM going public
Posted on November 15, 2010 by vivipre
With its upcoming IPO on Thursday (18th November), General Motors seems to have regained strength within just two years – but will this asset also be a good opportunity to invest in?


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