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Don’t blame computers for the “crisis of confidence”
The real problem is that nobody’s making any money.

On the other hand, it could be a combination of many things.

Goldman Sachs is a template of Wall Street reform
Applying Goldman’s compensation for managing directors across the board would put an end to the risky behaviour on Wall Street that continues to rattle the financial system, says William D. Cohan.

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U.S. pressures Switzerland to cough up names of tax-evaders
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There are simply no irrational market moves
Irrationality resides within the pundits who look back at markets and call them irrational.

China’s historic push for Canadian energy assets
Not since the days of famed Admiral Zheng He has Chinese interest in North America been so pronounced.

 

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