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Sean Corrigan

Sean Corrigan

Sage Capital

Contributor since: 26 Feb 2010

  • My Crotchets and My Conundrums

    Published 03 June 2005 | viewed 3,930 times

    Though their voices were a little more muted when China's thirst for raw materials was being leveraged up by every trend-chasing, hedge fund hotshot in…

  • Letting the Chips Fall Where they Must

    Published 15 July 2004 | viewed 3,008 times

    riting in the New York Times, business correspondent Gretchen Morgenson tells us that the "high-tech balloon is going 'Ssssssssss'"    Drawing attention to the spate of…