China Spurs Market Rout Blamed on Fed, Goldman Sachs AM Says

China’s policy shifts are a bigger driver of the selloff in emerging markets than the Federal Reserve’s decision to dial back stimulus, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management. Volatility will rise toward its long-term average and that means an increase in risk premiums, said Philip Moffitt, head of fixed income in Sydney for Asia and the Pacific at Goldman Sachs […]

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US Major Markets Will Implode If Emerging Markets Implode

Analysis: Emerging markets as vulnerable to contagion as ever (Reuters) – Emerging markets may be unrecognizable from the small and fragile economies that fell like dominoes 15 years ago, but they are just as vulnerable today to the same sort of indiscriminate selling when investor panic sets in. continue reading at boston-massachusetts.us

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Obama’s Secret Treaty Which Will Merge America More Deeply Into The Emerging One World Economic System

Did you know that the Obama administration is negotiating a super secret “trade agreement” that is so sensitive that he isn’t even allowing members of Congress to see it?  The Trans-Pacific Partnership is being called the “NAFTA of the Pacific” and “NAFTA on steroids”, but the truth is that it is so much more than […]

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Fed Officials Rebuff Coordination Calls as QE Taper Looms

“Federal Reserve officials rebuffed international calls to take the threat of fallout in emerging markets into account when tapering U.S. monetary stimulus. The risk that the Fed’s trimming of bond buying will hurt economies from India to Turkey by sparking an exodus of cash and higher borrowing costs was a dominant theme at the annual […]

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Back From Miami, Mexico, Jamaica & Grand Cayman – Lessons.

For me, 2013 starts NOW! Who likes the sound of that!? I’ve had a crazy January. Started off with an amazing day for Earn To Give, where we handed out 30 bags of food, drinks, blankets, gloves and hats to people who are homeless in London for the New Year. A lot of people question […]

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