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to be or not to be. guess the signal is US economy is too weak thus -not to be!!!!  (Sep 1, 2015 | post #800)

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hope US fed does not veer seeing the carnage, the cause is US, the solution is the US Fed not veering from its earlier announcements. any wavering has long time effect. China is not an issue. Is it pure speculation without any basis or are there any new fundamental tectonic shifts, not new according to me. Or did I get it wrong. Can the capital movement create murmurs well is a last movement of an episode started in 2008.  (Aug 24, 2015 | post #797)

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in India a fast alternate housing pricing is required- for me to own a house, with me others would also see their basic need being reached, wonder who made housing a dream.  (Feb 2, 2015 | post #792)

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its like "i have a dream" only now its not the King, dream on and reflect acheivement else be a bystander  (Feb 2, 2015 | post #791)

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thus russia watching is necessary for financial intermediation pan out  (Jan 29, 2015 | post #784)

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zenitar 16mm 2.8 wa sold by Moscow cow ealier @ USD 210, its down to USD 130, thus an effective devaluation, excepting the political embargo, and on reversal, Moscow will not give in their black sea fleet is at stake and needed to protect their eastern borders-sea. is russia to be an grt place to be in, and an engine of recovery. after 1997 that was the last point and led the recovery. Or will it be the long lost BRIC. Reling of US is risky as they are still running an band aid programme for financial intermediation. all toxicity transferred to govt books in europe, the exotics (instruments still exists in new avatar its not an euro zone concept problem but then "instruments of financial intermediation " problem- case n point Greece. Dont expect much from the next govt. How will the next contagion pan out. though not yet visible in the horizon, CHINA is not to be blamed for slow growth, its economy is structured yet on exports, and importing countries consumption is stagnating, dollar proping helps though for China.  (Jan 29, 2015 | post #783)

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so financial crises has ended. is it or just that a good band=aid has come across, still to see the corrective surgery. So long till the band aid holds  (Jan 21, 2015 | post #781)

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ok now PRC is printing money, grt and why should they exercise restraint, but what abt the repurcussion. Only time will tell  (Sep 17, 2014 | post #780)

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Robert Shiller is his notion that bubbles are natural Ponzi schemes — Ponzi schemes without a Ponzi schemer. What happens is that early buyers make money, drawing in more buyers, who drive prices up and allow people to make even more money, and it just keeps on growing for years. After a while, people insisting that the prices make no sense start to look stupid, and are tuned out — and so it’s a great shock when the bubble runs out of suckers and deflates. So, my insight: while the process of bubble inflation is a natural Ponzi scheme, a thoroughly inflated bubble is a natural Big Lie — that is, a lie so audacious nobody will believe that anyone would dare to invent it. the notion that it’s all a bubble, that market prices could be that far off fundamentals, stretches belief. thus where does this leave property prices which is beyond the means of ordinary people and upper middle class take housing loan of 30 years to purchase a basic house. and where prices have gone over 1000% in last 5 years.- point Mumbai. this would be an interesting play on India and Indian economy. payment of compensations that are up to four times the market value in rural areas and twice the market value in urban areas under the land acquisition, rehabilitation and resettlement Bill 2012 ( though it seeks to rectify distortions too, but creates more distortions.  (Feb 25, 2014 | post #775)

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thats business as usual (under present conditions)  (Jan 28, 2014 | post #774)

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India Unexpectedly Raises Rate as Rupee Risks Inflation Goal hope that was not to prevent flight of capital, the effect of raising .25bps on repo may not be enough if roiling happens, not in a country with falling growth rate, thus the ability for capital to earn diminished. hope the guv is right. on the flip side if required there is a huge scope for rapidly cutting rates- thats dooms day (ouch again)  (Jan 28, 2014 | post #773)

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yes but would have to put money somewhere thus how will one see the after affects/fall out of- Contagion Spreads in Emerging Markets as Crises Grow (bloomberg), in 1997 it reached the shores of first world, can they deal with this now with the nascent healings of 2008 aftermath  (Jan 24, 2014 | post #771)

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Contagion Spreads in Emerging Markets as Crises Grow this is the known problem the probable solution syncronised rate cuts across the third world, may stem rot, temp stimulate growth till stabilisation occurs, yes if uncontrolled it will reach the shores of first world as of 1997  (Jan 24, 2014 | post #770)

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two headlines of bloomberg which ought to be understood: 1)Metals, Currency Rigging Worse Than Libor, Bafin’s Koenig Says 2)BOJ Silence on Exit Plan Stokes Concern as Prices Rise: Economy on the first the traces ought to be taken to 2008, was the catastrophe purely subprime related or was this an larer concern which created a havoc in MTM thus the system. on the second - et tu, thus how will the global money supply pan out with the printing pressess goingt out of business, do we see 1997 replay, trigger required would be small, has Japan got wiser, will it buck US game plan- ouch such timings, where will this lead to non G7 countries. on the sidelines Indians have to thank their stars as election will give a spin to its parallel/cash economy again as inflationary cash would be deployed on election spending.  (Jan 16, 2014 | post #767)