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Britain Needs Unity Not a Messy Break-Up

18 Sep 2014 by Anthony O'Brien This is the worst possible time for Britain to consider leaving the EU – or for Scotland to break with Britain.

The euro’s political weak spot

18 Sep 2014 by Anthony O'Brien French politics is a major direct menace for the euro, even if that dénouement might still be three years away and it might appear a low possibility. But, if the threat materialises, it will be lethal for the euro. - Michael Collins, Investment Commentator at Fidelity

The risk of new "bail-in" hybrids

17 Sep 2014 FIIG - by Angus Knight My commentary this week runs along my rather common theme of late: Hybrids, their complex structures and inherent risks. There are an estimated 75,000 consumers invested in hybrids in Australia. I believe this is an area that deserves some attention.

Forager International Knicks a Bargain

17 Sep 2014 Forager Funds - by Gareth Brown Forager International Fund is invested in the New York Knicks through The Madison Square Garden Group - Gareth Brown discusses why he thinks this was picked up at a bargain.

Sigma At Support

12 Sep 2014 CMC Markets - by Michael McCarthy Despite a stronger performance, investors appear disappointed with Sigma's H1 results - bringing the stock to a key chart point.

Global Markets Review - August

11 Sep 2014 Betashares - by David Bassanese In my monthly Global Markets Review for August, I observe that developed and emerging market equities continued to rise, helped by a rally in bond yields which was due to heightened expectations that global monetary conditions would remain very accommodative for some time.

Are we living a ‘Truman Show’ reality?

11 Sep 2014 Schroder Investment Management Australia - by Martin Conlon Even ugly ducklings can grow up to be swans someday and we have started to observe a number of fallen stocks recover and perform well this year as either management teams change (vis APN) or new owners perceive value where the stockmarket didn’t (Wotif.com).

Celebrating a little spark of madness

11 Sep 2014 Schroder Investment Management Australia - by Ray Macken July rebounded after a weak June, led by resource names, which saw the ASX200 hit its highest level since before the GFC. Globally, equity markets struggled through the month, but the Australian market enjoyed its best returns in six months as resources stocks led the charge, especially the major iron ore names.

Why new reforms make Chinese stocks attractive?

10 Sep 2014 Michelle Gibley, Director of International Research, Schwab Center for Financial Research - by InvestSMART source Chinese stock valuations are currently low and potential gains from the government's reforms are far-reaching, making investments in China more attractive.

Scottish independence would be highly contagious

10 Sep 2014 Allister Heath, The Telegraph, UK - by InvestSMART source “The Catalans and Basques of Spain will be watching carefully; and further afield, separatists in Flanders, northern Italy and elsewhere will be jumping up and down with joy if Scotland votes for independence”
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