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Markets. 30 September, 2010, 21:10US Investment Views 30 Sept
Asia was down. Europe was down, but turned positive as your author wrote. Nothing too interesting in the headlines.
Markets. 30 September, 2010, 9:15Asia Investment Views 30 Sept
US markets were slightly down but little changed overall. HK/China market focus today will be the real estate sector.
Markets. 29 September, 2010, 20:36US Investment Views 29 Sept
Europe markets are moving sideway. Concerns are still around, but today’s session seem to be quite direction-less.
Markets. 29 September, 2010, 9:44Asia Investment Views 29 Sept
Europe was mixed, but US turned green after earlier losses. Asia markets may recover some losses of yesterday.US data flash 28 Sept 2010
Latest data have so far confirmed your author’s view of lengthy and painful economic recovery ahead.The Biggest Risk in Global Economy (part 3)
The outlook for the real estate market of China looks bad. If the real estate bubble bursts, it will have serious consequence.
Markets. 28 September, 2010, 20:52US Investment Views 28 Sept
Asia was down, Europe is mixed. Now markets wait for data in US to get direction.Does purchasing power parity work?
Amid strengthening of JPY, it is time to revisit the concept of purchasing power parity.
Markets. 28 September, 2010, 9:24Asia Investment Views 28 Sept
US and Europe were down yesterday. Expect profit taking in Asia. Catch up with some interesting news.
Markets. 27 September, 2010, 20:59US Investment Views 27 Sept
Asia was doing great, while Europe is doing just ok now. M&A activities might be good news for US markets today.
Markets. 27 September, 2010, 16:34Hong Kong Market Wrap/Europe Morning View 27 Sept 2010
Markets were doing good so far today, but here the mood remains cautious.
Markets. 27 September, 2010, 2:14Asia Investment Views 27 Sept
Quick Views for 27 Sept 2010 markets in Asia: markets are rising today after US markets close higher last week.
Markets. 26 September, 2010, 16:52A little thought on the coming week
Things were doing fine, but good thing seldom last for too long. Watch out for some expected or unexpected bad news.The Biggest Risk in Global Economy (part 2)
There have been to great stories in the market about what China stocks to buy, but we both stories rather unconvincing.When dollar weakens… what will happen?
Is there any inverse relationship between US dollar strength and Stock markets performances? Chart of the day.
Markets. 24 September, 2010, 13:01US Investment Views 24 Sept
Asia HSI: +0.33%, HSCEI: +0.19%, NIKKEI -0.99% Japan market dropped today, while Hong Kong rose. China is still closed today. Europe Early trading for European markets was down, but major indices have reversed earlier losses. FTSE 100 +0.35%, CAC 40 +0.36%, DAX +0.33%. German Business Confidence Unexpectedly Increases German business confidence unexpectedly rose to the […]
Markets. 24 September, 2010, 8:25Hong Kong Market Wrap/ Europe Morning View 24 Sept 2010
Hong Kong/China China is still closed today. HSI: +0.33%, HSCEI: +0.19% The Benchmarket HSI rose. Not too much news flow. CKH (1.HK), SHKP (16.HK), HKEx (388.HK) were big gainers. Europe new updates HSBC Said to Name Gulliver CEO After Geoghegan ResignsHSBC Holdings Plc, in its biggest management shakeup in decades, will promote the head of […]Breaking News: HSBC Said to Name Gulliver CEO After Geoghegan Resigns
This is the end of the drama of leadership shake-up
Markets. 24 September, 2010, 5:36HK mid-day wrap 24 Sept 2010
HSI: +0.28%, HSCEI: +0.01% Hong Kong market is moving sideway today. Drop in US market carried over in early trading, but strength in Real Estate developers stocks and HKEx helped the overall market to gain slightly. Cheung Kong Holding (1.HK) is +1.883%, and Sun Hung Kai Properties is +1.597%. Hong Kong Exchange & Clearing (388.HK) […]
Markets. 24 September, 2010, 1:49HK morning views 24 Sept 2010
US DJIA: -0.72%, S&P 500: -0.83%, NASDAQ: -0.32% Poor data from Europe gave a low opening, but rebound in home sales helped to pare losses in mid-day, but still closed lower. Europe FTSE 100: -0.51%, DAX: -0.38%, CAC: -0.65% Hong Kong/China (Update 2) Clinton Urges China-Japan `Dialogue,’ Stays Neutral in Fishing-Boat SpatSecretary of State Hillary […]