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    A Four-Pillar Strategy to Investing in Europe

    More than a year after investors had to come to terms with the fact that ‘Greece’ was not just the name of a musical with John Travolta, and after a significant redefinition of the Euro-area institutional framework, a large divergence of opinion still exists within the financial community on the level, and nature, of the remaining European risk. Even in our little firm, we find it hard to come to a consensus—not only on the near-term outlook,...

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    GaveKal Daily - Will the German Recovery Spill Over to the South?

    The best place to get into a bubble is at ground floor, and then leave on the 8th floor before it reaches the 10th. Of course identifying a bubble at incubation is very difficult because at this stage, it does not feel bubbly and wild, but rather sensible, sober and conservative. Which brings us to Germany….

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    The Coming German Housing Boom

    In the decade between the Asian Crisis and the US sub-prime bust, real estate in almost every Western country roared ahead. Every country except Germany where the residential real estate market scarcely budged.

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    GaveKal Daily - Still More Questions Than Answers in Europe

    One of the best TV shows ever produced has to be the British series "Yes Minister," where, in one episode, career bureaucrat Sir Humphrey tells Minister Jim Hacker that 'you can never be certain that something will happen until the government denies it'. With that in mind, Angela Merkel's promise yesterday that Germany will do 'whatever it takes' to save the Euro sounds somewhat hollow. For example, will...

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    Gilts vs OATS

    In the next few years the world will see a fascinating controlled experiment in economic policy. The US and Britain, two economies with very similar structural problems and cyclical positions have started to pursue diametrically opposite fiscal policies. Britain, from this month onwards, has begun the fastest and most ambitious fiscal consolidation ever attempted by a G7 country; meanwhile political gridlock in Washington has more or less...

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    An Easy Fed and a Strong Dollar

    Whatever central bankers may think about the rights and wrongs of Charles’s arguments about the natural rate of interest (and many official economists, especially in Europe and Japan, certainly share Charles’s concerns), the reality is that the Fed is not going to start raising interest rates in the first half of 2011. This can be almost guaranteed following last week’s disappointing non-farm payroll figures. Such is the political importance of...

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    Is EMU Rebalancing Possible?

    As 2010 unfolded, the viability of the European monetary union project became the main ‘x-factor’ for global financial markets. And as the new year starts, we see little reason why 2011 should prove any different. Indeed, the genie is now out of the bottle and the world realizes that the Euro is a political project with significant economic costs. Worse yet for European policymakers, these economic costs are now rapidly mutating into political...

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    GaveKal Daily - Is the Euro Low Enough to Save the PIGS?

    We have focused on strong US economic data this week, but of course the US is not the only large economy emitting signs of a solid recovery. German factory orders released yesterday remind us that Northern Europe is in solid shape, with the northern EMU members' trade competitiveness boosted by the Euro's weakening against most currencies. The Euro's real effective exchange rate-calculated by taking into account the weight of each...

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    GaveKal Daily - The Riksbank Pushes On Despite Trouble to the South

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-16.You can download it here: GKDailyReport101216.pdf

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    More Europe or Less Europe?

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-14.You can download it here: GKFiveCorners101214.pdf

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    The UK in 2011

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-14.You can download it here: GKFiveCorners1012141.pdf

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    Latvia's Rerating--A Hope for the PIGS

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-13.You can download it here: GKFiveCorners1012131.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - Tough Road Ahead for the UK

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-10.You can download it here: GKDailyReport101210.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - The Meaning of the Rise in Bond Yields

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-09.You can download it here: GKDailyReport101209.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - An EMU Crisis--and Rising Bond Yields

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-08.You can download it here: GKDailyReport1012083.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - US Sunshine Overshadows European Clouds

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-03.You can download it here: GKDailyReport1012031.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - What Could Stop the European Doomsday Machine?

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-02.You can download it here: GKDailyReport101202.pdf

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    A New Idea to Save the Euro

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-02.You can download it here: GKAdHocComment1012021.pdf

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    QSCB - 1Q11 - Where Will Earnings Growth Be Found?

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-12-01.You can download it here: GKQuarterlyStrategy101201.pdf

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    GaveKal Daily - The Intriguing Inability of Safe-Haven Bonds to Rally on EMU Crisis

    This document is part of our old archive. It was published on 2010-11-30.You can download it here: GKDailyReport101130.pdf

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