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Archive for November, 2011

Fitch keeps US credit rating AAA, dims outlook

Fitch said Monday that it will keep its rating for long-term U.S. debt at the top AAA level, despite a congressional panel's failure to agree on long-term deficit cuts. But it is lowering its outlook to negative.

European bond markets to weigh on Wall Street

U.S. investors came to the Thanksgiving holiday table on last Thursday mostly thankful that the week was a short one, or losses could have been larger.

Economy to suffer if tax cut, jobless aid end

A tax cut that reaches 160 million Americans and government aid for the long-term unemployed will expire at the end of the year unless Congress takes action — and suck $165 billion out of the economy next year.

China’s Manufacturing PMI Data Takes On More Importance Post Vice Premier’s Comments

Over the weekend we heard from Chinese Vice Premier Wang Qishan, who in rather blunt terms outlined his expectations that the global economy is headed for a prolonged global downturn, which will have negative applications on his home country's economy.

Profiting from Europe’s debt crisis

Q: It really looks like Europe, with the debt crisis in Italy and Greece, is going to face tough times ahead. How can I profit from it? A: Despite the debt crisis, there are still investment opportunities in the market. For instance, gold, widely recognised as a safe-haven asset, will likely increase in price, driven by market uncertainty and loose monetary policies. This quality is best exemplifi... more

A short, topsy-turvy week awaits Wall Street

Wall Street is in for a volatile run this week as escalating problems in Europe's debt crisis continue to keep investors on their toes.


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