Monthly Archives: June 2014

Australian consumer confidence at dire levels

Australians appear, at least on the outside, to be a fairly lucky bunch. Having avoided the major impacts of the GFC, profiting from a rapidly expanding China which has been chewing up as much as the Aussie miners can shovel … Continue reading

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The US bank Warren Buffett likes the most.

Wells Fargo’s current valuation on the brink of surpassing Citigroup’s high-water market capitalization of $282.75 billion, set back in February 1991 for US financial institutions. Wells Fargo shares are up 13% so far this year, besting the 2.7% gain for … Continue reading

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US Intelligence Funding – by agency and purpose

A stunningly clear graphic has been doing the rounds in the last 24 hours of US Intelligence Funding by agency (NSA, NRO, CIA, FBI etc), and the main purposes of what those large buckets of money are spent on: Data … Continue reading

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Iron Ore: Small miners affected more than big miners

With all the Iron Ore price drama happening at the moment, MacroBusiness have produced perhaps the best, simple, graphic examples of what’s happening to Iron Ore miners and when viewed through this lens the challenge of David vs Goliath, big … Continue reading

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