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Bullish on Gov Bonds
Hugh Hendry, CIO of Eclectica Asset Management likes anything that entails taking no risk. Things like government bonds, for example, the 30-year German government bunds. He tells CNBC's Maura Fogarty & Sri Jegarajah how he is investing in this space.
Added: 336 days ago From CNBC_clips
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Climate Bill Is Transfer Of Wealth To World Government
6/29/2009 During an appearance on MSNBC, political commentator Pat Buchanan correctly defined the Climate Bill for what it really is, not just a new tax on the American people, but a complete transfer of power and wealth to a global government that is using the manufactured fear of global warming to grease the skids for total domination. Referring to the passage of the climate bill and global warming in general, Buchanan said that the legislation was passed through the use of fear and that, More and more scientists are coming forward to say this is a hoax and a scam which is designed to transfer wealth and power from the private sector to the government sector and from the government of the United States to a world government. Which is what were going to get in Copenhagen when we get this Kyoto two agreement. Buchanan labeled the legislation a tax bill that would raise the prices of utilities for every American, hammer the middle class and working class, for a danger that we dont even know is really there. The former senior advisor to three U.S. presidents accused the Obama administration of hyping the apocalyptic myth that the oceans will rise and that cities will be underwater in order to ram through the legislation. Establishment left-wing blogs like Crooks and Liars and Media Matters are carrying the video of Buchanans remarks with little or no accompanying commentary, as if Buchanans comments alone are enough to discredit his position. Those who act as shills for the climate change hoax may believe that anyone who dares challenge the authodoxy of the church of global warming is automatically a heretic and that no evidence whatsoever needs to even be presented to counter their sacrilege, but here in the real world we prefer to stick to the facts. Empirical satellite data shows that mean global temperatures are the same that they were 30 years ago and that global sea ice is also at similar levels. Following a spike in global temperatures at the end of the last century that coincided with the sun undergoing its most active period in recent times, the planet has now cooled to 1979 levels. At the end of summer last year, despite hysterical predictions that the North Pole would be free of ice for the first time in history, Arctic sea ice had actually expanded by 30 per cent, an area the size of Germany. Coinciding with expanding ice sheets, there has been no rise in sea levels for the past three years. Tropical storms and extreme weather events attributed to global warming like hurricanes and typhoons are at a record low. READ THE REST HERE:
Added: 216 days ago From Admin
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Colonia Real Estate is Profitable in First Half
German real-estate investment and asset management group Colonia Real Estate reported a first-half profit of $8.9 million, compared with the loss of $2.8 million for the same period a year ago. CEO Stephan Rind said he sees stabilization of prices and a pickup in demand in the German residential real-estate market.
Added: 172 days ago From CNBC_clips
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Corrupt Federal Reserve - Robbing Americans Since 1913 [1/3]
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Currency Markets (part 1) 8/26/08
IFO confidence measure drops more than expected; Euro declines a third day on bigger-than-expected drop in German IFO business; Analysis by Henry Wilkes of Brown Brothers Harriman
Added: 524 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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Currency Markets (part 2) 8/26/08
Euro declines a third day on bigger-than-expected drop in German IFO business; Analysis by Henry Wilkes of Brown Brothers Harriman
Added: 524 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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D. Bank Prepares for Loan Losses
Deutsche Bank raised its loan loss provisions Tuesday nas the German bank posted a sharp rise in second-quarter profit. Lothar Mentel from Octopus Investments has more.
Added: 188 days ago From CNBC_clips
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ECB President Trichet Supports Bailout Plan
Coverage from Frankfurt, Germany: Recap of Interview - European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet Speaks Out on U.S. Bailout Plan
Added: 488 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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Euro Data Beats Forecasts
The euro zone PMI survey and German IFO survery both came in better than expected Friday. Richard Cunningham from Alecto Financial discusses the economic outlook.
Added: 192 days ago From CNBC_clips
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Europe Currencies
Euro Falls After S&P Downgrades German Banks; Norwegian Central Bank Cuts Rates by 0.5% to Record Low
Added: 270 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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European Market Check
German stocks are down. Producer prices in Germany fall at the fastest in 60 years
Added: 166 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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Financial Times/Martin Wolf on Bailout
I was off a few weeks by statistical data in detailing the collapse of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but nonetheless I was spot on, I even posted a video with articles and links a few weeks ago. Anyhow, what is occurring is utterly appalling. A Rally?? utter nonsense, my belief is that simply large holders of of debt and other financial instruments of said companies are using their own funds through "third parties" to create a false rally, allowing holders to unload worthless paper to the unassuming and naive firms to be suckered into buying such paper. Not only are the bond insurance companies going bust, but yet there still is a rally? For some reason all this reminds me of a scene from a german Movie titled "Der Uttergang(Downfall)", more specifically a scene in which a bunch of (WW2) german officers are being bombed by allied aircraft, all the while they sing and dance like a bunch of drunkards. Back to the Video: Martin Wolf heads his own consulting company, and he often writes articles for the Financial Times of London,I am surprised they asked him to speak about this government bail-out/joint venture being that Martin Wolf is incredibly blunt, which is a quality rarely encountered with such pundits. The sheer fact that he mentioned the recovery will not commence for at least close to a decade from now is ditbit of honesty and thoughtful insight that is utterly void in all economical commentaries in popular media. In any event, what does it all mean? Aline van Duyn of the financial times writes ""One of the largest defaults in the history of the $62,000bn credit derivatives market has been triggered by the US government's seizure of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, raising questions about how dealers will unwind billions of dollars worth of contracts"" , you didn't hear that on CNN did you? no surprise, she further writes in the an article ""Although the $1,600bn of debt issued by the troubled mortgage groups is regarded as safe after the US government's move to take control of the companies, their move into "conservatorship" counts as the equivalent of a bankruptcy in the credit derivatives market"". I keep hearing a fuss about decoupling, in order for a proper decoupling effect to take place, the shift from withdrawal from one marketplace must be replaced with an equal (or potentially greater) or greater market, which is simply not happening anywhere. Of course all of this should have happened earlier, but the SEC (Securities and Exchange Committee) had actually placed a ban on shorts, specifically Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae. (see link below to see if your financial institution is listed) I have consistently uttered my worry about Wachovia and Washington mutual going belly up, and it is no surprise that the FDIC is re-hiring retired staff, It's very odd, but the general public can not imagine the scale of the loss of Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, but should a large company (perhaps 1/10 the size of Fannie and Freddie) such as Wachovia or Washington Mutual become insolvent, it is then that the great ponderance begins, simply because such companies have a greater physical presence, meaning Wachovia and Washington Mutual are institutions with far greater regional exposure, as appose to Fannie and Freddie who are far more centralized and work through a series of brokers and middle men. Aline van Duyn "US move triggers CDS default" September 8 2008 Financial TImes of London "SEC Extends Naked Short Selling Order On Financial Stocks, Looks For Permanent Solution For Broader Market",+Looks+For+Permanent+Solution+For+Broader+Market/3860370.html THIS PHOTO FOR FUTURE REFERENCE) DISCLAIMER: I have no relationship with other alleged "Related videos", I have no control over such videos, but I am largely in a disagreement with a great bulk of many of them, as they lack sources and/or statistical data.
Added: 508 days ago From StandardJohnDoe
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G20 to Raise $2 Trillion
A German magazine reports that G20 may be planning to raise another $2 trillion to try to revive the economy but G20 leaders are saying, the report is just wrong!
Added: 308 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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German business up
German business sentiment grew strongly in August to its highest in the last year. Cap on bankers' bonuses a top priority at G20 finance ministers' meeting in September
Added: 158 days ago From ReutersNews
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German Economy is Improving
The German industrial sector is showing real signs of improvement, Julian Callow from Barclays Capital told CNBC Tuesday ahead of the ZEW survey.
Added: 167 days ago From CNBC_clips
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German Investor Morale Dips in October
German analyst and investor sentiment unexpectedly fell for the first time in 3 months in October to hit its lowest level since July, the ZEW think tank said Tuesday.
Added: 111 days ago From CNBC_clips
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German Lessons from the 1920s
Angela Merkel is trying to avoid massive financial mistakes.
Added: 326 days ago From Admin
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Germany and France in the black
Germany and France are out of recession data showed on Thursday, much earlier than many policymakers and economists had predicted.
Added: 171 days ago From ReutersNews
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Going east brings economic boost
Almost 20 years after the fall of the Berlin wall, regions in Germany's ex-Communist east still benefit from subsidies, which the former west misses out on
Added: 169 days ago From ReutersNews
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Gold hits new high
Gold powers to new record highs. Julius Baer to buy ING's Swiss private banking assets. Aer Lingus follows BA and cuts pay and jobs. Exports aid German recovery
Added: 115 days ago From ReutersNews
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Is the U.S. Lagging the Global Recovery?
Japan's economy grew by 3.7% in the second-quarter, the government reported Monday. Albeit weaker than expected, Japan appears to have come out of recession, joining German and France, which last week reported positive economic growth in the quarter. With the U.S. economy still in negative territory in 2Q (albeit only modestly) the question begs: Is America lagging the global recovery? Absolutely not, says Uri Landesman, who oversees about $2.5 billion as head of global growth for ING Investment Management Americas
Added: 168 days ago From Admin
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Outlook For German Economy; Recession/Inflation 8/22/08
Bernanke says U.S. inflation should slow into 2009; Analysis by Richard Yetsenga of HSBC
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UK economy faces worst performance since 1990s, NIESR says; UK inflation-protected bonds draw record-low demand; European government bonds climb after German Confidence report; Economists say new homes sales may fall, durable goods orders may stagnate; An
Added: 555 days ago From Admin
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Peter Schiff Vlog-FDIC Bailout-German Elections 9-29-09
Peter Schiff Vlog-FDIC Bailout-German Elections 9-29-09 . peter schiff money bomb obama alex jones jason bermas infowars Tim Geithner federal reserve hr 1207 blue lood scumbags david rockefeller eco science population control wall street st fox news zombie white house black ops 9/11 inside job fbi cia nsa mossad glenn beck fake patriot acorn obamacare Alex Jones police state brutality pigs cops looting sheeple bailout banks stimulus ben Ron Paul Rand Daniel Hannan judge napolitano lew rockwell
Added: 124 days ago From Admin
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Profit after rescue
Switzerland sells its stake in UBS for 5.5 billion Swiss francs according to a source, Germany's finance ministry urges caution and Irish government issues a telling tender.
Added: 164 days ago From ReutersNews
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Recession Ends for Germany, France
Europe's two biggest economies, Germany and France, emerged from recession in the second quarter after reporting surprising positive GDP figures. Clemente De Lucia from BNP Paribas discusses the factors that contributed to the better-than-expected results.
Added: 172 days ago From CNBC_clips
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Should We Be Concerned About Deflation?
A slew of bad data cast a cloud over the German economy after consumer prices fell for the first time in over 20 years and wholesale prices plunged to a record 10% year-on-year. Roger Nightingale from Pointon York considers whether deflation will be a problem for the European economy.
Added: 173 days ago From CNBC_clips
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Six Big Risks to Economic Recovery
Like most economists and pundits, Diane Swonk, chief economist at Mesirow Financial, believes the worst of the crisis is behind us. But the road to recovery will be very rocky, Swonk says, citing the following major risks: The Global Economy Remains Weak: For all the talk about how America is an import-dependent economy that doesn't make anything anymore, S&P 500 companies derived about 48% of their sales from overseas in 2008, Reuters reports. In other words, we need the globe to recover to sustain a rebound. Swonk is concerned about global growth generally and, specifically, that Germany's second-quarter growth was a
Added: 165 days ago From Admin
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Solar Energy
First Solar and Evergreen Solar Fall as Prices Squeeze Margins; First Solar Plans to Offer Rebates in Germany to Increase Sales
Added: 184 days ago From ClipSyndicate
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