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By Jerome Simmonds
‘SunWorldwide’: After solid rallies, the firm is taking significant profits on certain junior gold miners.

By Jerome Simmonds
‘SunWorldwide’ says that Greek debt crisis and contagion will tip world back into recession unless met head on.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’ on how private sector companies may be crowded out of the international debt markets.

By Jerome Simmonds
‘Sun Worldwide’ on the encouraging news from the Labor Department’s non-farm payrolls report.

By Jerome Simmonds
‘Sun Worldwide’: Britain’s weakened pound has played a significant role in the rising cost of fuel.

By Jerome Simmonds
‘Sun Worldwide’ – Business Worldwide - (Tightening May Hit Commodities) ...

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’: Indian rate hike sends markets lower on growth concerns.

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’: Boost for Alistair Darling as Lloyds Banking Group rise on profit expectations.

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’: Criteria for business finance remains restrictive.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ believes that gold at $1000 could become the norm by 2010.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Despite government and central protestations to the contrary, deflation isn’t so bad.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ continues to drum the reality of America’s recession into investors.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ is advising its UK clients to ignore the Government’s efforts to increase their debt burden.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Mortgage approvals up but next down leg in property market is imminent.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: As the world focuses on crude oil, natural gas is mired at 7 year lows.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: The developed economies’ central banks can’t fool all the people all the time.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Investors lose momentum as markets stall ahead of Fed meeting.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Bond markets showing signs of supply fatigue as 5 year auction sees yields increase.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Steep decline in oil prices have helped dent profits for BP and Shell.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: DJIA breaches 9000 for first time since January but on fragile confidence.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: The gathering optimism in markets may be scuppered by oil prices.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on why OPEC may yet cut crude oil production.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: China’s huge stimulus and low debt should make for a sharp recovery.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ steer clients clear of premature forays into the market for banking stocks.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Having confounded economists for months, the dollar is starting to weaken noticeably.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ comment on the threat to the West from China’s economic recovery.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: The US dollar may finally be buckling under the pressure of debt issuance.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on why Citigroup’s profits are illusory at best.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Safe-haven buying eases as investors regain confidence in equities.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on why UK property is set to remain in the doldrums for at least 2 more years.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Oil prices may exceed $100 by year end.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ says next bank quarterly reports will reveal new capital shortfalls.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on why latest rally in financial stocks is a dead cat bounce.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Oil prices may exceed $100 by year end.

By Brad Cullen
“Sun Worldwide”: Markets recoil at $160bn bonuses paid to employees at loss-making subsidiary.

By Brad Cullen
"Sun Worldwide": Future demand for metals keep mining stocks buoyant.

By Brad Cullen
“Sun Worldwide” on why the ubiquity of pessimism augurs a sharp rally in equities.

By Brad Cullen
“Sun Worldwide”: No end in sight to gloom for Britain’s property market.

By Brad Cullen
“Sun Worldwide on why AIG stands to receive another $30bn in taxpayer funding.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide' on why reports of China’s economic demise are greatly exaggerated.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide': Investors panicked by absence of bank rescue details turn to gold.

By Brad Cullen
"Sun Worldwide": Huge loans made to emerging Eastern European economies may destroy the euro.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide': Evidence mounts that China may need another economic stimulus package.

By Online News
Sun Worldwide: The British Government aims to provide guarantees to banks on mortgage lending.

By Online News
Sun Worldwide: Key sectors in China harbor stocks with promising potential for growth.

By Online News
Sun Worldwide: Oil majors are seductively priced as price of crude falls.

By Brad Cullen
"Sun Worldwide": Mining shares are rising on expectations of yet more stimulus packages.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide': The rally in the US dollar is losing traction as monetary expansion increases.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide': Corporate debt delinquencies are emerging as the next threat to the banking sector.

By Brad Cullen
'Sun Worldwide': The US Senate has dismissed the rescue package for the US carmakers.



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