The Copenhagen Conference on Climate  Change turned out to be a dud despite the huge media hype and hoopla . But despite indifferent support of climate by world governments , investments in climate change by private sector has increased by leaps and bounds despite the slowdown brought on by the financial crisis.Both wind and solar […]

With US and European markets finally falling on European problems,Asian ones are still not taking into account the major disruptions to be caused by the falling Euro and European demand. Its just not Greece rather the whole indebted Southern Europe that is ordained to spend in the next few years in a low to negative […]

As I was writing in my previous posts  Market Refuses to Fall Despite Increasing Greek and Chinese Problems , it was strange that the equity markets were’nt taking notice of the huge problems with the Greek debt and the associated domino effects. With the S&P downgrade of Greece to junk status and the Greek market […]

While the European Debt Problems remains as messy as ever with conflicting reports of support from German and France,the world markets except for Greece refuse to take cognizance of the potential for global slowdown this time from Europe. Today China fell another 2% as the Chinese authorities try to clampdown the rising speculative tendencies in […]

Markets are making new highs despite the Greek debt crisis continuing to fester.While the global earnings pictures seems one reason why the markets are going up the global macro picture does not seem to be improving . The Greek debt episode seems to be pushed to the side which seems very complacent since a default […]

Germany seems to be set to reduce solar FIT by 16% for rooftops and 15% for ground mounted installations. Despite speculation that the FIT cuts would be lower,there seems to be no changes as  the 1.5 GW installed in December would have sealed the fate of the cuts . There is already forecasts of 5 […]