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Is China finally driving Global Capital Markets ?

    Schwaben Blog

 

April 17, 2015

 

 

Weekly Statistics:

Today

Week Ago Year Ago 10-Apr-15 02-Apr-15

17-Apr-14

S&P TSX

15,360

15,388

14,500

S&P 500

2,081

2,102

 1,864… 386 more words

Asset Management

Apartment Rents Posed To Rise During 2015

Living in an apartment? Expect your rent to go up again.

Renting has gotten increasingly expensive over the last five years. The average U.S. rent has climbed 14 percent to $1,124 since 2010, according to commercial property tracker Reis Inc. 277 more words

Real Estate

April 2015, Gold jumps after U.S. data against choppy sterling

Gold received a lift to a one-month high after data showed U.S. jobs rose at the slowest pace in more than a year, signalling a possible delay before a rise in U.S. 478 more words

Monthly Gold Market Report

Strong profits, China stimulus set Dow up for rebound

After suffering a shellacking Friday, the Dow looks to open solidly in the black Monday, powered by earnings beats and more stimulus from China’s central bank. 391 more words

Markets

Good news x 2

Annual inflation is close to zero:

Cheap petrol has driven down the cost of living in the first three months of the year, pushing the annual inflation rate to a 15-year low. 183 more words

Politics

"Surviving Or Thriving" - What Canada's 40% Surge In Meat Prices Means For Ordinary People

 Submitted by Tyler Durden on 04/19/2015 15:00 -0400

On the surface, Canada’s 1.2% inflation is negligible, and barely enough to keep up with the pace of overall growth as mandated by a few central bank academics. 104 more words

A peek at inflation expectations

Excluding short-term (1-year) Inflation expectations, which dances to the tune of oil prices, medium and long-term CPI inflation expectations did not react when the 2% target became official in January 2012. 68 more words

Inflation