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Interesting to see where each of the major banks see the stock market going in 2011.
Deutsche Bank are the most positive ('off the record' business sentiment, in Germany, is currently VERY positive indeed) with Goldman Sachs not far behind.
AES are regular contributors to a diverse range of media outlets including the Financial Times, BBC television and a variety of online news channels.
In the Netherlands, AES write for Expatica with an article being published next week 22nd December. As loyal followers of our blog, however, you have an opportunity to read...
The investment bank Goldman Sachs has just released it's latest forecasts for a variety of markets. On the world's stock markets it is predicting a strong 2011 with 10% plus growth across the different markets.
They see a stronger Euro, against the USD, for 2011 as well as a stronger GBP against...
Just as we predicted back in November, December has got off to another strong start for the world stock markets.
Nothing surprising here. The rally is likely to continue throughout December. Crack open the champagne!
The Euro tends to be strong in December as well so we are likely to see the...
This blog is very much about offering independent comment and information on all matters relating to financial planning and the financial markets.
However, I just want to take this opportunity to announce a very prestigious award that AES International has won which is the ' Financial Times 2010 - New Breed...
If there is one financial institution that makes money whether markets are going up, down left right or diagonal ways, it is Goldman Sachs, or GS for short.
Some argue that an institution such as GS is so big that they actually have the size to be able to 'decide' which way...