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Jul 3, 2009

From The Desk of Nick Nicolaas:"Adam Hamilton has posted his weekly Zeal Intelligence Newsletter on the Mining Interactive Website


¡¡¡¡¡Thanks Nick, for your valuable information you give us every Friday.

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Dear Friends:
Adam Hamilton has posted his weekly Zeal Intelligence Newsletter on the Mining Interactive Website. Click here:
http://www.mininginteractive.com/releases/zeal/zeal20090703.pdf Have a great weekend a


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Fwd: Markets pm: FTSE's banks in demand, Dollar slips as risk aversio...



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Financial Times
Markets afternoon briefing
Friday July 03 2009

FT.com - Financial Markets News
 
FTSE's banks in demand
London equities crept higher, after the previous session's sharp selling encouraged a measure of bargain hunting in the financial sector. Predictions of a speedy recovery at Lloyds Banking Group helped the pattern
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/ZFV27/LE/h
 
Dollar slips as risk aversion wanes
The dollar was a little weaker on Friday, giving back a small portion of the strong gains of the previous session incurred after a weaker-than-expected US jobs report
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/9GKDI/LE/h
 
Crude slips further in holiday trade
Oil slipped further on Friday amid light trading as bleak US jobs data continued to weigh on the market
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/41M57/LE/h
 
European media stocks make gains
Media stocks were at the centre of attention on Europe's bourses on Friday, after upbeat broker analysis helped them defy wider pressure in the market.
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/7HWXK/LE/h
 
Bawang shines on Hong Kong debut
Bawang International, a Chinese herbal shampoo maker that uses movie star Jackie Chan in its advertisements, shone on its market debut in Hong Kong with shares rising as much as 34 per cent in a tepid market
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/TEG88/LE/h
 
Shanghai Composite hits 13-month high
Chinese stocks jumped past the 3,000 mark this week for the first time in 13 months as investors in the region stayed positive about prospects for a global recovery.
http://link.ft.com/r/P75VYY/JZN0W/Z6USF/BBFX2/A8DYD/LE/h
 
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