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New Zealand Musician In Quest For Immortality

Friday, 8 November 2013, 11:25 am | Chris Sanders

Musicians are well known for supporting a good cause. Bob Geldof supported famine victims and Bono supports AIDS charities. But a musician who supports finding a cure for aging which ultimately leads to immortality? That's something new! More >>

Chris Sanders: The Undertakers' Ball

Tuesday, 3 August 2004, 2:11 pm | Chris Sanders

The Democratic Party’s national convention was held last week. It was, frankly, less a political convention than a wake for the corpse of the Democratic Party, presided over by the undertaker himself, the Democratic Leadership Council. More >>

Chris Sanders: Cover-Up Kerry Rides Again

Tuesday, 22 June 2004, 11:19 am | Chris Sanders

Last week Federal Reserve Chairman Greenspan opined that inflation was not a threat to US growth, sparking a large rally in bonds. Market rates have been climbing since June 2003, a fact that is beginning to leave this bear market in bonds looking a ... More >>

Chris Sanders: Problems Of The Age Of Order

Wednesday, 16 June 2004, 10:34 am | Chris Sanders

Chinese inflation slowed month on month in May, presumably relieving those analysts who have been fretting about the Bank of China forcing a hard landing on the Chinese economy. More >>

Chris Sanders: Let Them Eat Words

Thursday, 10 June 2004, 3:24 pm | Chris Sanders

As any of the investors who attended SRA’s November 2001 conference Oil Wars can tell you, the War on Terror was always going to be the War for the Planet’s Oil. More >>

Chris Sanders: The Ghost Of Adam Smith

Tuesday, 25 May 2004, 3:34 pm | Chris Sanders

A stressed network organised around a few crucial nodes is liable to collapse. What if you saw the collapse coming? Might you not try to improve your position in light of your knowledge? Might you not even try to ensure that the timing of the collapse ... More >>

Chris Sanders: Reflections On A Rainy May Day

Thursday, 6 May 2004, 2:44 pm | Chris Sanders

Not far from Sanders Research in the Chilterns outside London is the idle GM Vauxhall car assembly plant in Luton. More than 15,000 people used to work there. Originally established in 1905, the factory was the backbone of the community for nearly a century. More >>

SRA Commentary: Brutality in Defence of Cupidity

Friday, 30 April 2004, 11:38 am | Chris Sanders

The meeting between President Bush and Ariel Sharon two weeks ago in Washington is an important watershed in the 2004 election. With it, the Bush campaign signalled that it is circling the wagons and is going to appeal to its core constituencies. More >>

SRA Commentary: Dial ''M'' for money

Tuesday, 2 March 2004, 1:22 pm | Chris Sanders

The close alliance between Japan and the United States has frequently been the subject of comment in these pages over the years. More >>

SRA Commentary: Servile Politics

Tuesday, 17 February 2004, 10:50 am | Chris Sanders

German foreign minister Joschka Fischer gave a speech over the weekend at the annual Munich Conference on Security Policy. More >>

SRA Commentary: Nasty Economics

Thursday, 29 January 2004, 9:52 am | Chris Sanders

A year ago at this time Commentary was writing about the departure of Paul O’Neill and Larry Lindsay from the Bush administration. Twelve months on and Mr. O’Neill is back in the news, this time because he has finally broken silence and given us ... More >>

SRA Commentary: Made In China - Election 2004

Tuesday, 9 December 2003, 1:25 pm | Chris Sanders

Last week the American government announced that it would drop the tariffs on steel that it imposed in early 2002. The move was welcomed in Europe and Japan. The 11th hour move by the US was simply an acknowledgment of the inevitable. More >>

SRA Comment: When In Doubt, Blow A Bigger Bubble

Monday, 24 November 2003, 1:15 pm | Chris Sanders

It is testimony to the ubiquity of crime in the modern American economy that the criminal investigation of one of the country’s largest corporations and lending institutions has been greeted with the equivalent of a bored yawn. More >>

Chris Sanders: Where is the Collateral?

Tuesday, 28 October 2003, 10:11 am | Chris Sanders

On the 29th of October, a trial begins in a Federal courtroom in Washington DC. The defendant in the case is our own distinguished advisory board member Catherine Austin Fitts. More >>

SRA Commentary: Pleasant Fictions

Thursday, 16 October 2003, 11:28 am | Chris Sanders

On the 9th of October, the United States introduced a new $20 bill to replace the series 2001 bill of the same denomination. The pretty new bill has peach and blue tones, the first ever to depart from the green and black. More >>

SRA: Nationalise Defence, Internationalise Oil

Monday, 6 October 2003, 12:01 am | Chris Sanders

The communiqué of the G7 meeting concluded over the weekend of September 20 and 21 was a masterpiece of the obvious. ''Exchange rates should reflect market fundamentals'' was the tired and hackneyed phrase used, followed by the implicitly contradictory ... More >>

Chris Sanders: When Winning Is Not Enough

Tuesday, 2 September 2003, 9:28 am | Chris Sanders

Events of the first quarter of 2003 have removed certain uncertainties facing the markets. The most important development is the seizure of Iraq’s oil wealth intact and for all intents and purposes with infrastructure undamaged. More >>

SRA Commentary: Remember the Alamo

Wednesday, 9 July 2003, 12:17 am | Chris Sanders

We have been saying for over a year and a half that there would be a jobless recovery in the United States, and the June American payroll numbers drove that point home forcefully. The unemployment rate jumped sharply and payroll employment slumped. More >>

SRA Commentary: Post-National Depression

Wednesday, 25 June 2003, 10:28 am | Chris Sanders

Last week's collapse in international bond prices was a warning, if any were needed, about the fragility of the markets. It was followed late in the week by a drop in the US equity market, which most observers attributed to disappointment with US economic ... More >>

SRA Commentary: Killer Pork

Tuesday, 10 June 2003, 4:54 pm | Chris Sanders

The G8 summit was portrayed in the usual circles as a success for American diplomacy. This conclusion is apparently based on the idea that the Americans came with an agenda and had another party to go to afterward. That More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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