The Debt Bomb - By Puru Saxena (22/12/09) PDF Print E-mail
By Puru Saxena   
Sunday, 20 December 2009 13:35

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Thinking the Unthinkable: Singapore Sovereign Default – Time to Dump Sing Dollars - By Matthias Chang (18/12/09) PDF Print E-mail
By Matthias Chang   
Friday, 18 December 2009 11:24

This article will annoy a lot of people, especially investors and the government of Singapore.

But, a warning must be given as the year comes to a close and as we head into stormy financial waters in 2010.

In an earlier article, I have warned that the 2nd Wave of the Global Financial Tsunami will hit us between the 1st and 2nd quarter of 2010. It could be earlier, but for sure it will happen in 2010. The signs are clear.

2010 will be unusual and significant because the key factors that will trigger the 2nd wave will be sovereign defaults across major economies. The Dubai default is but a glimpse of what is to come in 2010.

But, I am more concerned with events unfolding in South-East Asia.



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Full Circle Of Govt Debt Default - By Jim Willie (17/12/09) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 17 December 2009 08:52

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AN INVITATION TO ECONOMISTS TO DEBATE: “You Can Either Have Low Interest Rates or Quantitative Easing, But You Cannot Have Both At The Same Time!" - By Matthias Chang PDF Print E-mail
By Matthias Chang   
Wednesday, 16 December 2009 23:03

"You can either have low interest rates or quantitative easing, but you cannot have both at the same time!"



After two stormy years of the financial tsunami, there has been little or no debate whether policy makers especially Central Bankers, in their attempt to resolve the crisis, have given the wrong prescription. Without exception, their cure is to lower interest rates and embark on an unprecedented policy of unlimited quantitative easing.



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Intoxicated By Power, Blair Tricked Us Into War - The Members Of The Chilcot Inquiry Have A Choice: They Can Be Loyal To The Establishment Or They Can Expose The Subterfuge - By Ken Macdonald (16/12/09) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 16 December 2009 08:35

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The degree of deceit involved in our decision to go to war on Iraq becomes steadily clearer. This was a foreign policy disgrace of epic proportions and playing footsie on Sunday morning television does nothing to repair the damage. It is now very difficult to avoid the conclusion that Tony Blair engaged in an alarming subterfuge with his partner George Bush and went on to mislead and cajole the British people into a deadly war they had made perfectly clear they didn’t want, and on a basis that it’s increasingly hard to believe even he found truly credible. Who is any longer naive enough to accept that the then Prime Minister’s mind remained innocently open after his visit to Crawford, Texas?



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