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Economic Outlook
May 11, 2010 Posted by
OK, perhaps things are not as bleak as a "burning ring of fire," but positive price action over the last few months has reminded me of our title’s famous line issued by Chip Diller as pandemonium ensued at the homecoming parade in "Animal House." It was time for a correction.
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FX Outlook
May 11, 2010 Posted by
Europe is in a very public way taking another step to try and outdo Japan as the most dysfunctional global economy. Lead by Monsieur Jean Claude Trichet , the European Central Bank head, scorned quantitative easing, thinking that their socialized economies were above succumbing to deflation.
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Global Edge
May 10, 2010 Posted by
By hedging, or actively managing your company's foreign exchange exposure to protect revenues, expenses, assets and liabilities from exchange rate volatility, you can minimize disruption to the business and improve the bottom line. This online seminar replay covers risk-management best practices.
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Economic Outlook
May 04, 2010 Posted by
Howdy and salutations from your future self!

I wanted to write to test the new iSend software we just installed, which allows the user to send a fax back in time. (Yes, in addition to a fax machine, we also still have a VCR, a gasoline-powered truck, and a cell phone!)
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FX Outlook
May 04, 2010 Posted by
It is quite possible that the outcome of next week's UK parliamentary election could produce a split, non-majority government without parliamentary support needed to trim its budget deficit.
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Observation Deck
May 03, 2010 Posted by
What’s a securities broker to do? The boards and CFOs that have employed them to manage corporate cash have largely and perhaps permanently lost all appetite for the products that were once so lucrative for brokers to sell.
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Wine Industry
May 03, 2010 Posted by

We are forecasting improving conditions in the fine wine business. The tradingdown trend will end this year. It’s a completed trend that will gradually reverse on itself.

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