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Significance of EC Shuffle

November 30, 2009
Over shadowed by the emergence of Dubai's financial crisis, the European Commission was re-shuffled. France and Finland were given the highly coveted portfolios of internal markets (which is to include financial services regulation) and the economic and financial affairs respectively Michel Barnier and Olli Rehn. Spain's Joaquin Almunia wa…
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The Implications of Dubai's Financial Crisis

November 30, 2009
A storm broke out last week, emanating from the part of the world that is widely seen as a major beneficiary of the rise in oil prices. Yet Dubai’s story is not about oil. Indeed it is precisely the absence of oil and natural gas (less than 6% of GDP) that prompted this emirate go down the path of tourism, hospitality, and commercial real estate d…
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Check-in Brazil ADRS vs Local Shares

November 25, 2009
One of the noteworthy developments here in Q4 has been the renewed interest in capital controls by countries trying to manage the flood of portfolio capital. Brazil's 2% tax on purchases of Brazilian stocks and bonds is among the most significant examples.
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Why The Dollar is Broadly Lower

November 25, 2009
The combination of the apparent resolution of the West LB situation and the FOMC minutes have conspired to send the US dollar broadly lower today. The FOMC minutes in particular have been seized upon. On one hand, it is unusual for the FOMC to give so much space to a discussion about the dollar. This is, however consistent with what appears to be …
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