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By Jerome Simmonds
‘SunWorldwide’: After another week of precipitous falls in the euro, the ECB intends to help take on the speculators.

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
‘Sun Worldwide’: UK consumers grow more pessimistic for their future after the general election.

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’: After solid rallies, the firm is taking significant profits on certain junior gold miners.

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’ believes that investors are piling into equities for fear of missing out on the rally.

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

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun Worldwide’: Toxic CDOs and MBSs still lurk on and off balance sheets of the world’s banking giants.

By Marcus Bentley
‘Sun World Wide’: Economists have been surprised (yet again) by higher UK inflation figures.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’ on how UK gold investors must pay more pounds for their ounces.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’: UK politicians need to get real about spending cuts or face a debt explosion.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’: The clarity the markets sought from the Greek bailout plan has finally emerged.

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
‘SunWorldwide’: Plan for Greece sealed but broader market sentiment dwells on vulnerable European economies.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’: China cements its position as the great hope for the global economy as it overtakes German exports.

By Marcus Bentley
‘SunWorldwide’: Investors appear to be more aware of the imminent oversupply dynamic in the bond market.

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’ says that US jobs numbers for November were a blip.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on the case for higher oil prices.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ says the UK’s consumers simply aren’t up to spending heavily this Christmas.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ on the relative quiet surrounding a $155bn measure to create US jobs.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ says outlook for UK is bleaker than first suggested as shock data shows recession continues.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Global stock markets have gotten ahead of themselves.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ believes that the weakening dollar could cost the US dearly.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’: Record gold and silver prices have rubbed off on the stocks of junior miners.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ believes that government profligacy will severely debase currencies.

By Andre Peters
‘Sun Worldwide’: UK property not out of the woods yet.

By Brad Cullen
‘Sun Worldwide’ believes that the future bodes well for the Canadian dollar.

By Andre Peters
‘Sun Worldwide’: Barclays’ trick accounting provides a timely reminder of banking opacity.

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.



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