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Oil will dominate interest this week in commodity markets, even after OPEC members delayed a decision on whether to cut production again this year. That's because the delay is only until December 17 and the next full meeting of OPEC.
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All those people who still believe Australia won't dip into recession in 2009, as the IMF, OECD, Federal Treasury and Reserve Bank, should think again.
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World stockmarkets are now pricing in a very severe recession for 2009.
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World Markets Under Pressure
added: 24-11-2008

A very big bear market bounce, relief rally, or "just get us out of here": whatever the reason, Friday's late rise on Wall Street, it will be known as the "Geithner bounce" in future years.
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Commodities Markets: Gold Up
added: 24-11-2008

Gold rose back above $US800 an ounce on Friday and ended the week 8% percent higher, as investors rediscovered the metal after a month of ignoring its supposed virtue of being a safe haven in tough times.
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A new study concludes that governments around the world are enacting a variety of trade-restrictive measures to gain an unfair advantage in the race for raw materials.
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Dollar demand for gold reached an all-time quarterly record of US$32bn in the third quarter of 2008 as investors around the world sought refuge from the global financial meltdown, and jewelry buyers returned to the market on lower price points according to Gold Demand Trends released today by World Gold Council (WGC). This figure was 45 percent higher than the previous record in Q2 2008. Tonnage demand was also 18 percent higher than a year earlier.
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Coal is on the rise and likely to remain the chief power source globally well into the 21st century, this according to a new study released by the International Energy Agency.
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The total number of IPOs in 2008 will probably be fewer than 50 (44 companies have received a listing approval this year as of November 7), far below the 121 IPOs in 2007. All three of Japan’s small-company stock markets have seen the number of IPOs drop to the lowest level since 2000. Looking back, the last time Japan had fewer than 100 IPOs in a year was in 1992, when the IPO market was effectively halted.
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Wall Street Fell Sharply
added: 10-11-2008

In the two days after the US elections last Tuesday, Wall Street fell sharply and the Dow lost more than 900 points, or more than 9%, as investors started adjusting to the coming recession.
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