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SUN'S JAVA TECHNOLOGY LEADS OPEN WORLDWIDE MARKET FOR SMART CARDS

  • . The cellular phone and Pay-TV markets are examples of where the majority of products available worldwide now include built-in smart cards.
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    Grain Marketing Boot Camp Glossary
  • . Charting : The use of graphs and charts in the technical analysis of futures markets to plot price movements, volume, open interest or other statistical indicators of price movement.



    Market segments (from marketing) --  Encyclopćdia Britannica
  • . agricultural products throughout the country and into the international markets.
  • . Contains information on wholesale and alternative markets, shipping and exporting assistance, and the government’s long-term strategy.
  • . > (2:10) Visit one of West Africa's open-air markets, filled with food and traditional crafts.



    The Hindu Business Line : Strong bull markets unlikely soon: Societe Generale
  • . However, Mr Lalo says that one should not expect strong bull markets in the next few weeks.
  • . Excerpts from CNBC - TV18's exclusive interview : How you think markets will behave after this correction? What have you seen in the last one-week or so and also how is the money moving around? After what the market has experienced, it is a very good opportunity.
  • . Could you tell us what size of money has actually started to come back in to markets? Basically managers of hedge funds, or mutual funds have been expecting some correction not only in India but in other emerging markets as well.
  • . But over the last 12 months, we have enjoyed one of the strongest bull markets in the emerging markets for the last 5-10 years.
  • . So, indeed it was a bull market and the correction was due in emerging markets, and in commodities.
  • . You run some hedge money in the Asian markets.
  • . So, people have to be reminded that the markets can go up and down.
  • . Again, we have been enjoying such a strong bull market that people almost forgot that markets can go down.

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    Listed Markets Supplement - March'97: The Exchanges' Greatest Hits of 1996
  • . "I think one reason we didn't see a lot of new offerings last year is that the markets are already well-served by existing contracts, " notes one head of product development for a major exchange.
  • . exchanges) both for individual and institutional investors who have increased their exposure to foreign markets.
  • . "While we are always looking for new product ideas, the markets are very mature now, and we have several new products awaiting SEC approval, " says Joseph Rizzello, executive vice president of marketing and development.


    Hard Money Bull Market - A Daily Reckoning White Paper Report
  • . In bear markets, they stay oversold far longer than we can imagine (U.S.
  • . In light of the above observations, let us look at the charts of gold and silver from 1999 till the present -- very young and nascent bull markets, in my opinion.
  • . Gold had just crossed the April 2004 high in November 2004, and silver has yet to cross the April 2004 level of about US$8.301! Hard Money Bull Market: The Larger Markets Consider the larger markets (not an exhaustive list at all): *The U.S.
  • . dollar seems "technically" oversold *Gold and silver seem "technically" overbought *Official intervention in the currency markets is considered normal *Global central banks are in a damned-if-you-do-and-damned-if-you-don't situation with respect to the U.S.
  • . dollar component of their foreign exchange reserves *Fixed-income markets appear to confuse observers about inflation/deflation and growth/recession in the real economy *Equities seem overvalued considering the poor economic fundamentals *Risk has been completely discounted, as evident from the very low spread between the strong and emerging countries' sovereign debt.


    The Great Resource Bull Markets, Then and Now
  • Sat Jun 17, 2006 Resource Bull Markets Resource Bull Markets: The Great Resource Bull Markets, Then and Now by Doug Casey The Daily Reckoning London, England Thursday, October 13, 2005 Doug Casey compares the of the 1970s to the one developing today.
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  • . Learn what you can expect from today's markets and how to prosper in the face of uncertainty.
  • . THE GREAT RESOURCE BULL MARKETS, THEN AND NOW by Doug Casey A quick refresher: the last great resource bull market, roughly from late 1971 to early 1980, saw, among other things, gold rise 2, 390%, silver 3, 487% and crude oil 1153%.
  • . Resource Bull Markets: People In 1970, "mining" wasn’t the dirty word it has become in today’s politically correct world.
  • . Resource Bull Markets: Politics In August 1971, after years of Johnson’s "guns and butter" policy and its consequent inflation, Nixon unleashed the price of gold.


    Marketing Challenges in Monopolistic Markets
  • . Email: News by Industry News by Company News by Country Views Job Market Business Directory Other News In Town Elsewhere Special Report Marketing Challenges in Monopolistic Markets Sanjay Kumar O ne of our clients is a classic success story.
  • . What do you do with a brand like this which has very little to gain but a lot to lose? Monopolistic markets present their own marketing challenges.
  • . Companies start diversifying into new geographical markets to find new users.
  • . Companies using surplus cash from one operation to sustain operations in other markets.
  • . The problems for companies in monopolistic markets emerge from two ends: 1.
  • . It opens up new markets, encourages company to invest in new product development and above all makes it earn tax free revenue in most nations.
  • . Though it can be argued that line extension works in competitive environment, it can also work in monopolistic markets.
  • . Competition: Competition develops markets best.

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    The Bull's Tough Slog Higher
  • . Other, major negative divergences occurred with respect to the A/D line prior to the major corrections or bear markets in 1998, 1990, 1987, 1982, and 1974.
  • . Second, there is a difference in the slope of the A/D line during bull markets.