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Like its overgrown canine namesake, social gaming company Zynga has become the largest developer on Facebook’s platform over the past year. And, it cannot get away from whispers about its plans for an initial public offering. A key reason: Within the last six months, it has piled on a series of hit games, from virtual poker game Texas Hold ‘Em to mob-themed role-playing game Mafia Wars to virtual world YoVille — and most recently, FarmVille, which just hit 50 million monthly active users thi
With gold trading just under $1,000 and the economy still in flux, it's never been more important to know what's happening in the precious metals markets. In fact, more and more readers are asking us for more gold editorial. That's one of the reasons we've decided to bring Gold World — one of our fastest-growing publications — directly to Wealth Daily and you. Each Friday, Gold World editors Luke Burgess and Greg McCoach will publish their unique gold and precious metals insights right her
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“Gold is rising because the post-Breton Woods exchange rate system doesn’t work,” Eric Roseman, our colleague over at the Commodity Trend Alert, matter-of-factly declares. “More than ever, governments are piling up debts, as a result of bailing-out their respective banking systems. There is a price to pay for this profligate spending. And gold sniffs trouble.” It’s true; gold has become noticeably less unpopular during the last few months. It is still not as popular an investment as, say, AIG
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Palestinian Leader Advocates Goal Of De Facto State But elsewhere in the West Bank, something different is happening. Palestinian leaders say they can no longer simply wait for the peace process to move forward: They are trying to create their own "facts on the ground." Palestinians get $55 million more jizya $$'s from U.S. The UNRWA was created in 1949 to provide health, education, housing and financial services to Palestinian Authority Arabs in Judea, Samaria and Gaza. UN Relief Agen
The Canadian dollar (CAD) is a commodity currency , for better or for worse.  This means that global traders view its worth in terms of the commodities produced within the Canadian economy: gold, timber, silver, nickel, potash, wheat, natural gas and, of course, oil. By far the most strong correlation with the value of the Canadian dollar, however, is oil price. Historically speaking, when the price of oil rises, so does the Canadian dollar.  When oil prices fall, the Canadian dollar fall
This is the week of the alternative currency, with the Stroud Pound launching at the weekend, and the Brixton Pound out today. I’ve always liked banknotes, and subversion for that matter, so the idea of launching your own currency appeals to me. It was the first experiments in currency that drew my attention properly to the Transition Town movement, who are behind both this week’s efforts. I’m reading about money at the moment, trying to get my head around how it all works, but I have an i
After more then two years of government and Fed intervention in the economy, only banks, Wall Street and insurance companies have been bailed out. The first part of the Stimulus package was unsuccessful, because the funds were not spent, they were used to eliminate debt. We do not think the next stimulus wave will be any more successful. The economy should now move sideways for a year with slight GDP gains and a slowing in job losses. There will be no dramatic changes unless banks start lending