Sunday, September 14, 2008

Rogers remained extremely pessimistic on the dollar and said it is a “terribly flawed currency”.

Govts' moves can't halt commodity rally: Rogers

Govts' moves can't halt commodity rally: Rogers Newswire18 / Mumbai September 13, 2008, 3:31 IST Trying to cut out speculators from the commodity futures trade will only decrease liquidity and will not halt a price rise as supply problems persist, investor James B Rogers, popularly known as Jim Rogers, said on Friday. Also Read News Now Paper Specials - WKLY TECH ANALYSIS: Buying activity may boost Sensex - UFBU strike against financial sector reforms unjustified: Govt - Anil Ambani eyes premier league team Everton : Report - RBI asks banks to enhance credit flow to SMEs - WB hikes Singur land compensation by minimum 50% - Govt moots large-scale plantation of bio-diesel on wasteland

Posted by malct @ 07:44 PM (490 views)
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2 thoughts on “Rogers remained extremely pessimistic on the dollar and said it is a “terribly flawed currency”.

  • I think it would be safer to hold gold. Wall St companies are lining up to be stripped and sold.

    Watch Washington Mutual next week.

    Bond Insurers are in the queue.

    Don’t forget the Auto industry, hit by flagging demand (and Delphi in the parts industry).

    The UK is about 5 or 6 months behind the US. Can the UK learn anything here?

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  • little professor says:

    Oh geez, at least take a couple of seconds to check what you are copying and pasting, malct.

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