Gold fever proves contagious

Gold fever proves contagious

"Wall Street could easily press the gold price back to $1,200-$1,500, draining China’s reserves, as it did to OPEC countries when the gold price fell from $850 to $200 after the energy crisis of 1979"
Market’s death walk

Market’s death walk

Vietnam’s stock market last month continued its gloomy trading days with record low liquidity and prices of numerous blue-chips unchanged.
Tough cure needed for ailing forex market

Tough cure needed for ailing forex market

Over the past decade, the trade deficit along with high inflation has been named as the most alarming threat to Vietnam’s macroeconomy and to monetary management.
Experts warn of more rises to CPI

Experts warn of more rises to CPI

Some experts are worried that the on-going tighter monetary policy is unlikely to curb rises in the consumer price index in 2011.

Bank of England policymakers split at rate meeting: minutes

Bank of England policymakers were divided at their latest meeting earlier this month when they held interest rates at a record low and opted against pumping out more cash, minutes showed Wednesday.
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