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Gary Wright

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Is London losing its position?

24 September 2008  |  3058 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

London is the biggest international financial market in the world according to established government figures. Financial markets make up approximately 28% of UK GDP and are a fundamental component of the European "Action Plan". Any dilution of "the City" as the dominant international centre will not only be bad for the UK gover...

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Credit Crunch hits SIBOS Lunch

23 September 2008  |  4683 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

Now I know we live in difficult times and just about everything is on the rise but lunch at SIBOS is taking pricing to a new level. With virtually no choice of food on the exhibition floor my colleague and I decided to take advantage of the buffet restaurant on the upper floor. Having trekked all morning around the huge exhibition floor we were ea...

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Short Selling

22 September 2008  |  2800 views  |  0  |  Recommends 0

The fact that the USA, UK and Japan have put short selling bans into play should not be seen as a long term solution to control the markets. The UK has set the ban until the 29th January and restricte...

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