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IPIN Live - Archived Blog Posts for May 2010

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IPIN Live and the Changing Face of Timely Information

Many things in life depend upon timely information. Whether that be a traffic report in the morning on the way to the office, or the latest financial reports on a company you might be about to invest in. All of us consume media driven information in some form or another, be it via the TV, radio, newspapers or the internet....

Wednesday 26 May 2010

Take Part in The IPIN World Cup 2010 Predictions

With the worlds media gearing up for World Cup meltdown, we thought it poignant to take a look at the lighter side of the subject, and what it means to the investment world....

Friday 21 May 2010

What to do in a Volatile Market

The global economic crisis has meant that the markets have experienced their fair share of knocks and bruises over the last year. The term market volatility has been bandied about on a regular basis and an increasing number of investors have now become aware of the dangers that they can face....

Thursday 20 May 2010

UK Coalition Formed – What Now?

With the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats now snugly installed at Number 10 amid widely ranging opinions from the press speculating on how long the coalition will last, announcements on the UK economy are flooding the press as David Cameron and Nick Clegg set about the British economy with their financial hatchets.

Thursday 13 May 2010

Australian Budget Breakdown 2010

Australia has shown very positive growth in the investment property sector in recent years, both for residents and foreigners (until recently introduced legislation). We bring you the highlights of Australia’s budget announced earlier today to show what is happening in a developed economy that for all intents and purposes, is fast outgrowing everyone else in the midst of a global recession.

Tuesday 11 May 2010

Hung Parliament – What now for property?

After one of the most hotly contested and publicised general elections in decades, the UK economy emerges today with no one at the helm. Whilst technically at the time of writing, Gordon Brown still reigns at Number 10 as the current Prime Minister, the UK is now in a situation, as suspected, of having a hung Parliament.

Friday 07 May 2010