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How the Yuan-Dollar Currency Peg Ends

How the Yuan-Dollar Currency Peg Ends

China just gave us another example of the effects of a flawed currency peg, or managed exchange rate. Yesterday, the central bank announced that it would place restrictions on margin lending in an effort to stop stock market speculation.
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The Market is Bigger than Any One Central Bank

The market is bigger than any one central bank. Market forces will eventually overwhelm any central bank erected barriers — and those betting with the bank will lose big time…
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We Are Not Prepared for Deflation

Deflation is nothing to fear — that is, if you have no debt, live within your means and save. The problem is that this applies to precious few.
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The Never Ending Hunt for Dividend Yield

Capital gains and dividends are two ways you can generally expect to make money in the equity markets. Now many people point to the ASX:200…
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The Beginning of the End for the Credit Bubble?

After a credit expansion — like a headache after a wild party — comes a credit contraction. You can try to hold it off by raising a glass or two more. But what has to happen will happen sometime — usually at the worst time.
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