Friday, October 31, 2008

Features of the week

Many fascinating articles to share in our, "Features of the week".

1. Halloween anniversary of a global stock market peak.

2. Approaching zero: Fed cuts to 1%, and may do more.

3. Chart Chatter: a look at the major US share indices.

4. Commodities head for worst month in 52 years.

5. Controlled Greed on John Maynard Keynes: the money manger.

6. Do we need more of Keynes now? - Frank Shostak.

7. Intervention doesn't work: Jim Rogers' quarrel with CNBC.

8. Marc Faber: "Bernanke is a disaster".

9. Short sellers aren't jackals, they're bears, Fleckenstein says.

10. Money worries should be telling (and teaching) you something.

11. Why thugs must not be allowed to prevail - Luke Johnson.

12. Peak oil: are oil prices destined to rise again?

13. Farm credit squeeze may cut crop output, spur food crisis.

14. Many US homebuyers underwater; Hamptons home prices plunge.

15. Steve Forbes: How capitalism will save us.

16. Strongest link in an unbroken chain: How Wojciech Kruk defended his family jewelry business from a competitor's hostile takeover.

17. It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!

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