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May 13, 2013

The world has learned to love its central bankers, now their “Invisible Touch” is giving an unprecedented boost to market sentiment.

“She’s got something you just can’t trust
It’s something mysterious
And now it seems I’m falling, falling for her.”

- Genesis

The world has learned to love its central bankers, now their “Invisible Touch” is giving an unprecedented boost to market sentiment.

In a recent note, Tom Becket, chief investment officer at Psigma Investment Management said second-guessing their intentions had become key to asset allocation.

June 26, 2012

Austerity? What austerity? In the wake of the 2008 credit crisis, the weathy have rarely had it so good. According to surveys by Royal Bank of Canada/Capgemini and Boston Consulting Group, global net worth has recovered over the last four years.

Austerity? What austerity? In the wake of the 2008 credit crisis, the weathy have rarely had it so good.

According to surveys by Royal Bank of Canada/Capgemini and Boston Consulting Group, global net worth has recovered over the last four years. Their assets suffered a slight fall in Europe to $10 trillion (€8 trillion) in 2011, said RBC, but the actual number of millionaires rose to 3.2 million, thanks to growth in Russia, Switzerland and the Netherlands.

February 2, 2011

Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche announced on 3 February that its full-year net profits rose by 11% year-on-year, despite putting into place a cost saving restructuring program.

Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche announced on 3 February that its full-year net profits rose by 11% year-on-year, despite putting into place a cost saving restructuring program.

In a statement, the family-controlled company said that its profits increased in 2010 to 8.67 billion Swiss francs (€6.71 billion), from 7.78 billion francs the year before. However, its sales for the year reduced by 3%, attributed to the poor performance of its flu drug Tamiflu.

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