Opinions | Wednesday, 02 December 2009

George M. Mangion
Will Dubai falter?
The news concerning the Dubai debt repayment crisis as announced last Thursday, was certainly not unexpected but few predicted its impact on the world financial markets. Thus, it was not so surprising that the U.S. dollar edged up from 14-year lows against the yen as renewed risk aversion prompted investors to shed riskier assets. >>

Tonio Borg
14 double taxation agreements in 18 months
The signing of 14 double taxation agreements is only a fraction of what the Foreign Affairs Ministry has achieved in the first 18 months of this government.>>

Alex Mangion
Market Psychology
14 months have passed since we witnessed the unexpected. An institution which was considered too big to fail had eventually failed >>


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02 December 2009


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