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John Rutledge

John’s Twitters on 2012-09-24

September 24, 2012 0 Comments

Looooong day in Beijing lecturing Communications Univ. Of China MBA students. Nice young people. Going to sleep on plane tonight! # Just got home after…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-09-23

September 23, 2012 0 Comments

Will do a @cnbcfasatmoney spot on China investing Tuesday 5PM hour. # 28 different dishes on the table at dinner tonight before we got to…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-09-21

September 21, 2012 0 Comments

Just boarded Air China flight to Beijing for some interesting meetings. #

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John’s Twitters on 2012-06-25

June 25, 2012 0 Comments

Will do a spot on @cnbcfastmoney Monday noon eastern time on China growth outlook and resource stocks. #

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John’s Twitters on 2012-05-16

May 16, 2012 0 Comments

daughter Elizabeth Rutledge's brilliant talk at Parsons Deisign & Tech symposium live tonight 9:25PM EST #thesis12 #dtsymposium #mfadt # daughter Elizabeth's live presentation at Parsons…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-05-14

May 14, 2012 0 Comments

String of very weak growth indicators out of China past few days–real estate drag. Sold a bunch of China growth sensitive stock Friday. #

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John’s Twitters on 2012-05-05

May 5, 2012 0 Comments

Another kissing your sister jobs number, +115K in April (+168K incl Feb/March revisions) consensus was 160,000. Big tax increase coming. # Print this and tape…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-05-04

May 4, 2012 0 Comments

I will do a spot on @cnbc @cnbcfastmoney tomorrow (Fri) 12-12:30PM Eastern time about Geithner's (our financial Doogie Howser) trip to China # Geithner talk…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-04-28

April 28, 2012 0 Comments

GDP in Q1 +2.2%, down from 3% in Q4. Kissing your sister growth rate http://t.co/0UJ7Cz1S # Q1 GDP +2.2% but final s ales only 1.6%,…

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John’s Twitters on 2012-04-27

April 27, 2012 0 Comments

The problem in Europe is not the financial crisis, it is the public sector unions and the labor markets. 22% youth unemployment rate! # German…

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