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  • Kilde Milliardær spørgsmål isnende advarsel om rente derivater

    Vil hurtigt stigende renter rippe gennem det amerikanske finansielle system ligesom en gigantiske plæneklipper blade? Ja, den amerikanske økonomi overlevede meget højere rentesatser i fortiden, men dengang var der ikke hundredvis af billioner af dollars værd af rente derivater hænger over vores økonomiske system som et damoklessværd.

    Dette er noget, jeg har talt om i temmelig lang tid, og nu en mexicansk milliardær er kommet frem med en lignende advarsel. Hugo Salinas pris var grundlæggeren af Elektra detailkæde ned i Mexico, og han er meget bekymret, at stigende renter kunne brød derivater boble og forårsage "massiv konkurser over hele verden". Selvfølgelig er der en hel masse mennesker derude der ville være glad for at se de "too big to fail" banker gå konkurs, men sandheden er, at hvis de går ned hele økonomien vil gå med dem.

    Vores situation er svarende til en patient med et meget fremskredent stadium af kræft. Du kan forsøge at dræbe kræft med narkotika, men du vil næsten helt sikkert dræbe patienten på samme tid.

    Nå, det er i al væsentligt hvad vores forhold til de store banker er ligesom. Hele vores økonomiske system er baseret på kredit, og ligesom vi så tilbage i 2008, hvis de store banker begynder at undlade kredit fryser og pludselig ingen kan få nogen penge for noget.

    Når den næste store kreditkrisen, alle vigtige tal i vores økonomi hurtigt ...

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    The Reserve Bank has sent Australia's banks a blunt message not to lower lending standards, urging the sector to behave cautiously while official interest rates are at their lowest level in more than half a century.

    With debate raging over the resurgent housing market, minutes from this month's Reserve Bank board meeting show members discussed the risks posed by very cheap credit before leaving the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent.

    The Reserve also revealed it was closely monitoring the growing trend of borrowing to invest in real estate through do-it-yourself retirement funds.

    ''In the current environment of low interest rates and slow credit growth, members agreed that it was especially important that banks maintained prudent lending standards,'' said the minutes, published on Tuesday.

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    The central bank also saw the trend towards geared property investment in the $500 billion self-managed super sector as a potential problem as an area in which ''households could be starting to take some risk with their finances; members noted that this development would be closely monitored by bank staff''.

    While the RBA said Australia's financial system was in good health, the comments are likely to fuel the debate over the housing market.

    With Sydney auction clearance rates at their highest in a decade and some analysts predicting house price gains of 10 per cent or more this year, real estate is emerging as a key concern for regulators.

    HSBC chief economis...

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    • HSI +1.7 pct, H-shares +2.4 pct, CSI300 +1.7 pct
    • China data helps lift traditional cyclicals
    • Gains come in improved turnover as bearish bets trimmed
    • Tencent adds to 2013 rise ahead of Wednesday earnings

    HONG KONG, Aug 12 (Reuters) - Hong Kong and China shares started the week strongly as solid economic data released late Friday on the world's second-largest economy buoyed cyclical sectors from coal to cement and heavy machinery.

    Monday's gains came in the highest Hong Kong midday turnover in about a month, while Shanghai volumes also improved, suggesting investors could be returning, mostly to cut some bearish bets.

    At midday, the Hang Seng Index was up 1.7 percent at 22,170.7 points, its highest in a week. The China Enterprises Index of the top Chinese listings in Hong Kong climbed 2.4 percent.

    The CSI300 of the leading Shanghai and Shenzhen A-share listings rose 1.7 percent, while the Shanghai Composite Index gained 1.3 percent. Both were at their highest intra-day levels in about a month.

    "We are seeing some follow-through momentum from last week's China data that is lifting some more pressure on the traditional cyclical sectors like coal and cement," said Alex Wong, Ample Finance's director of asset management.

    "There has to be an element of short covering given how heavily shorted some of these names were before last week, but it's all about positioning," Wong added.

    China data released after markets shut on Friday showed new bank loa...

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    Milliardær spørgsmål isnende advarsel om rente derivater Vil hurtigt stigende renter rippe gennem det amerikanske finansielle system ligesom en gigantiske plæneklipper blade? Ja, den amerikanske økonomi overlevede meget højere rentesatser i fortiden, men dengang var der ikke hundredvis af billioner af dollars værd af rente derivater hænger over vores økonomiske system som et damoklessværd. Dette er noget, jeg har talt om i temmelig lang tid, og nu en mexicansk milliardær er kommet frem med en lignende advarsel. Hugo Salinas pris var grundlæggeren af Elektra detailkæde ned i Mexico, og han er meget bekymret, at stigende renter kunne brød derivater boble og forårsage "massiv konkurser over hele verden". Selvfølgelig er der en hel masse mennesker derude der ville være glad for at se de "too big to fail" banker gå konkurs, men sandheden er, at hvis de går ned hele økonomien vil gå med dem. Vores situation er svarende til en patient med et meget fremskredent stadium af kræft. Du kan forsøge at dræbe kræft med narkotika, men du vil næsten helt sikkert dræbe patienten på samme tid. Nå, det er i al væsentligt hvad vores forhold til de store banker er ligesom. Hele vores økonomiske system er baseret på kredit, og ligesom vi så tilbage i 2008, hvis de store banker begynder at undlade kredit fryser og pludselig ingen kan få nogen penge for noget. Når den næste store kreditkrisen, alle vigtige tal i vores økonomi hurtigt vil begynde at få meget vær...

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    While there is a general consensus that Hong Kong needs to diversify from its heavy reliance on financial services and property, more discussion is needed on how to move forward. Certainly, there is no lack of entrepreneurism here.

    Hong Kong has to look more closely at its long-term economic survival. The task is not straightforward. The city cannot rely on policies handed down from Beijing; they may not work in our free market economy. And, now the British are gone, it is not politically correct to copy the UK model, either.

    To come up with our own answers, we need a good understanding of the economic transformation of the OECD countries. Then, we need to devise a strategy, and find support from the public and Legislative Council to make things happen.

    The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development acknowledges the link between a knowledge-based economy and the creation of high-wage and high-quality jobs. This knowledge-based development strategy, however, seems to lie in the "I don't know that I know" portion of Hong Kong's collective intelligence. Hong Kong doesn't seem to recognise its own potential and has so far failed to find a strategy for economic diversification and the creation of high-end jobs expected by the younger generation.

    Hong Kong has always been about free trade, a good legal system, and a strong belief in the free market principle. We have thrived on new ways of thinking and doing things. We have all the basic conditions...

  • http://bradleyassociatesmadridspain.wordpress.com/2013/02/26/investing-tips-bradley-madrid-blog/

    Green investment in its current form here in the UK seems to involve a lot of risk without the compensatory rewards. Lack of funding, and some woefully poor execution, has left the junior market littered with failures.

    So much so that investors have become rather jaded and cynical about the sector. Going against type is Greencoat UK Wind, which is preparing to list next month.

    Britain’s first ever green infrastructure fund, it has been set up as a yield play with the funding and development risk removed.

    In that context, it is a unique vehicle rather than the latest iteration of unsatisfactory green investment attempts of the past.

    Its IPO is expected to raise at least £205million, which will bankroll the acquisition of six established wind farms (five onshore, one offshore) from Scottish and Southern Energy and the German giant RWE.

    The average price for the onshore assets is £1.8million per mega watt – the market rate for deals in this sector.

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  • INVESTING TIPS: Bradley Madrid Blog

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    Green investment in its current form here in the UK seems to involve a lot of risk without the compensatory rewards. Lack of funding, and some woefully poor execution, has left the junior market littered with failures.

    So much so that investors have become rather jaded and cynical about the sector. Going against type is Greencoat UK Wind, which is preparing to list next month.

    Britain’s first ever green infrastructure fund, it has been set up as a yield play with the funding and development risk removed.

    In that context, it is a unique vehicle rather than the latest iteration of unsatisfactory green investment attempts of the past.

    Its IPO is expected to raise at least £205million, which will bankroll the acquisition of six established wind farms (five onshore, one offshore) from Scottish and Southern Energy and the German giant RWE.

    The average price for the onshore assets is £1.8million per mega watt – the market rate for deals in this sector.

    Read More about this Article: http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/markets/article-2283060/Greencoat-UK-Wind-IPO-Strong-demand-expected-float-unique-green-fund.html

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  • http://blog.financialsolutions-bradleyassociates.com/wp/spaniens-bankia-meldet-massiven-verlust/

    Verstaatlichten spanische Kreditgeber Bankia hat Verluste von 4,450 Milliarden Euro zwischen Januar und Juni angekündigt. Das war schlimmer als die Summe der gesamten 2011. Sofort danach Spaniens Nationalbank-Rettung Fonds sagte wird es Notbargeld in Bankia zu halten, solvent zu injizieren. Es hat nicht wie viel gesagt. Bradley Associates zur Veranschaulichung wie groß Bankia Probleme sind, es ist beiseite setzen 2,70 Milliarden Euro auf Darlehen nur im zweiten Quartal, die wahrscheinlich nicht zurückgezahlt werden. Bankia, die viertgrößte Spaniens Kreditgeber ist, entstand durch den Zusammenschluss von sieben verschiedenen unruhigen Sparkassen im Jahr 2010. Nachdem es im Mai Bankia übernahm, forderte die Regierung für ein 100-Milliarden-Euro-Rettungsanker aus der Eurozone zur Stützung ihrer maroden Banken. Sie sind während der Immobilienboom mit faulen Krediten zu Bauträger schätzungsweise 184 Milliarden Euro belastet.

    Banken sind auch steigende Kreditausfälle aus anderen Bereichen der Wirtschaft aufgrund der Rezession und strenge Maßnahmen zur Verringerung Spaniens Defizit und machen seine Schulden besser verwaltbare konfrontiert. Eine Reihe von Banken dürften Hilfe benötigen aber Bankia wird voraussichtlich die größte Taker weil es auf dem Immobiliensektor am meisten gefährdet ist. Bankia ursprünglich 300 Millionen Euro Gewinn für 2011 gemeldet, aber nach die Rettu...

  • Bradley Associates Madrid Spain - Families

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    When your family has to confront difficult issues MBA helps you find positive ways to support each other. We focus on relationships, sharing and respecting individuals’ different perspectives, beliefs and exploring ways forward to help nurture positive family relations. MBA’s dynamic approach, focused on your families uniqueness brings about change within individuals and re energises their relationships with the family and beyond. This enables children, young people, adults and/or those important to them to feel loved and supported greatly increasing their future growth.

    When it comes to children, finance and work parent’s views can differ, arguments and conflict may follow. These differing views can often divide a family and may be exacerbated by the behaviour of the siblings involved. This is where MBA can provide a space for open discussion and agreement of ways forward.

    When all is going well with our child’s development we are happy to appreciate the differences we bring to parenting but when problems arise it is not so easy to remain open minded to these perspectives. Issues such as body image, self harm and substance abuse are complicated and can leave families desperate and fearful.

    An MBA consultant will help you to listen and understand all sides and perspectives within the family unit and guide you towards the best and healthiest solutions for the family as a whole. By com...

MBA is made up of a team of specialists with complimentary skills in the area of psychological wellbeing.

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