The Great Debate UK

Development of the risk trade

December 17, 2009

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- Jane Foley is research director at Forex.com. The opinions expressed are her own.-

Gold rally could start to tire

November 26, 2009

JaneFoley.JPGSpot gold prices are up over 40 percent year on year.  Yet, according to the World Gold Council, demand for gold in the third quarter of 2009, dropped by 34 percent year on year.  Of course, demand in the third quarter of 2008 was exceptionally high due to the financial crisis. As well, relative to the third quarter average of the five years to 2007, demand for gold in Q3 2009 was down 4 percent.

Risk trade yet to show signs of fatigue

November 18, 2009

JaneFoley.JPG-Jane Foley is research director at Forex.com. The opinions expressed are her own.-

Asia’s exchange rates set for centre stage

November 12, 2009

JaneFoley.JPG-Jane Foley is research director at Forex.com. The opinions expressed are her own.-

Slow growth and deficit stem lure of dollar

October 28, 2009

JaneFoley.JPG-Jane Foley is research director at Forex.com. The opinions expressed are her own.-

Whose money will prevail as reserve currency?

October 20, 2009

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-Jane Foley is research director at Forex.com. The opinions expressed are her own.-

Re-entry dilemma for G20 ministers

September 2, 2009

copeland1- Laurence Copeland is a professor of finance at Cardiff University Business School and a co-author of “Verdict on the Crash” published by the Institute of Economic Affairs. The opinions expressed are his own. -

Wrong, wrong and wrong again – a response to “Latvia: let the lat go”

July 31, 2009

morten-hansen1- Morten Hansen is a guest columnist, the views expressed are his own. He is head of the economics department at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga -

Latvia: Apocalypse (not quite) now . . .

June 21, 2009

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-Morten Hansen is head of the economics department at the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga. The opinions expressed are his own.-

Latvia needs more help to preserve euro peg

By Paul Taylor
June 15, 2009

paul-taylorLatvia needs more support from the European Union if it is to preserve its currency peg to the euro and avert a chain reaction of devaluations and bankruptcies around the Baltic and beyond.