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Jeremy Gaunt

Jeremy Gaunt

    US's Operation Twist hammers world markets
    US's Operation Twist hammers world markets
    A grim outlook for the US economy from the Federal Reserve and signs of a slowing in China and Germany sent world stocks tumbling on Thursday and...
    Japan in recession, IMF needs money
    Japan in recession, IMF needs money
    Japan became the latest major economy to fall into recession on Monday with France close behind, and the IMF said it needed at least $100-billion...
    Is capitulation on the cards?
    Is capitulation on the cards?
    Profit warnings, breaches of key index levels, record oil prices, stressed consumers and investors seeking safety provide the background for...
    World stocks rally, oil near $120 a barrel
    World stocks rally, oil near $120 a barrel
    Increasing confidence that the worst of the credit crisis is over boosted world stocks on Monday while inflation concerns grew with oil prices...
    Confidence floods back on housing, banking hopes
    Confidence floods back on housing, banking hopes
    Signs of life in the United States housing market combined with JPMorgan's higher bid for Bear Stearns to push global equity markets up sharply on...
    Bank woes, money squeeze batter stocks, dollar
    Bank woes, money squeeze batter stocks, dollar
    Global stocks fell sharply and the dollar tumbled on Monday as a fire sale of Bear Stearns and an emergency Federal Reserve cut of a key lending...
    Recession, credit woes rattle investors
    Recession, credit woes rattle investors
    Recession fears following the biggest United States job losses in five years mixed with strains in the credit market on Monday to depress stocks...
    Optimism in Davos snow, but do dark clouds loom?
    Optimism in Davos snow, but do dark clouds loom?
    It is hard not to be a bit jolly when you are surrounded by peers in a Swiss ski resort, but the world's business leaders have been remarkably...
    Doha delivers more pressure on investors, markets
    Doha delivers more pressure on investors, markets
    The collapse of the Doha round of trade talks on Monday is just one more pressure point on financial markets already bruised by interest rate...
    Stocks jump as world markets ignore LA shooting
    Stocks jump as world markets ignore LA shooting
    A shoot out at Los Angeles airport failed to unnerve jittery world markets on Friday, leaving European and Asian bourses to make robust gains that...