Monthly Archives: July 2015

Chinese Markets Ripped On Misguided US Fed Policy Stance

Chinese markets were down almost 9% today as worries about a September hike in US interest rates, the Fed meeting this week, growing concern about their own economy slowing down thanks to Fridays PMI data there and profit-taking led to

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Mahathir Takes Aim At His Successors

Author’s note: I interviewed former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in December, having previously also interviewed him some years earlier. Initially the interview was for a chapter for my book No More Worlds to Conquer, focusing on life after a

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Week Ahead: Fed, GDP, Earns Amid Global Growth Concerns

LONDON — Amid concerns over slower global growth rates, a slump in commodity prices, the ongoing crisis in Greece and worries about the sustainability of China’s juiced stock markets, the week ahead is packed full of potentially market-moving news.

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