Sunder’s List

The oil market has rediscovered an old foe: Iran. The price of Brent crude, the global benchmark, has rallied to almost $115 a barrel : Iran worries spark fears of $200-a-barrel oil –
Stuart Gulliver, chief executive of HSBC, warned on Tuesday that Asia is facing the threat of a potential slowdown in the flow of credit: HSBC chief warns of Asia credit crunch –
With his own new book, Thinking, Fast and Slow, the Nobel Prize-winning Kahneman reveals the built-in kinks in human reasoning: The King of Human Error
The title says it all: End Bonuses for Bankers
It doesn’t make much difference who is in charge of Italy anymore. The country is bust. The only question is when: Italy is bust; it’s just a question of when
Over 50 percent of all mortgaged households in the US are effectively underwater: Half of US Mortgages Are Effectively Underwater
Don’t ignore the recent gains in gold, counsels esteemed commodity investor Dennis Gartman. It signals concern: Dennis Gartman: Gold Gains Suggest More Woes Ahead
It was a possibility feared but unspoken – until last week. Suddenly a Greek exit from the euro was on the table: Greek default within the euro is the only real option –
Up to a third of Hong Kong’s 50,000 or so factories in China could downsize or shut by the end of the year: Gloomy outlook for China exporters as factory closure wave looms
Chinese gold imports from Hong Kong, a proxy for the country’s overall overseas buying, leapt to a record high in September: China’s gold imports jump sixfold –
A rant: Experts don’t know jack

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