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Grexit? Time to buy?

Greece's drama is probably at its height where the Greek PM called for its people to vote:  Yes - agreed to creditors' terms or a No - to reject.  A referendum will be held on 2015-07-05.

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Greece's Drama - a Happy Ending on 2015-06-21

Would "Grexit" take place?  Would Greece default?  We are now watching a European drama when the main actor is Greek.  Next few days would be the "judgement" day for the Greek.

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Will Greece Grexit?

Grexit (Greece's exiting Eurozone) is once again re-appeared as the headline news affecting the market sentiment.  Will Grexit take place?

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Expecting a Market Correction This Summer?

Michael Riesner, Head equity Technical Analyst at UBS joins a chorus of technical experts who see the US stock market in the process of hitting a top and expect a major correction of 15-20% this summer.

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Hong Kong–Shanghai Link–The New Great Rational Bull

China A share, ranked below US stock market,  is the world’s 2nd largest market in terms of the market capitalisation.  In the past, China mainland investors can only invest their monies in its A share (known as A Shares) and overseas investors could only tap into the China’s growth stories indirectly via China companies listed in Hong Kong (known as H Shares) or Qualified Foreign Institutional Investor (QFII).  Effective 2014-11-17, Hong Kong – Shanghai Stocks Exchange will be linked.  It meant, China mainland investors could invest in companies listed in Hong Kong and vice versa, i.e., Hong Kong investors could invest into China A share market.

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