Daily “Ways-to-Play” The News Before the Moves 2/16/2010

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Cracks in the BRICs?

“Brazil enjoys more favorable demographics than China. If the latter hopes to transition to a broad consumer economy, it had better get a move on: China’s fertility rate is already below the replacement rate for the population and the prime 15 to 64-years-old age group will peak in 2015, according to World Bank projections. Brazil’s is set to keep rising until 2045. Such resources trump anything lying beneath Brazilian soil.”

buy iShares MSCI-Brazil (EWZ);

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Collapse of the euro is ‘inevitable’: Bailing out the Greek economy futile, says FRENCH banking chief

The European single currency is facing an ‘inevitable break-up’ a leading French bank claimed yesterday. Strategists at Paris-based Société Générale said that any bailout of the stricken Greek economy would only provide ‘sticking plasters’ to cover the deep- seated flaws in the eurozone bloc.

buy ProShares UltraShort Euro (EUO);

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The Yuan Is About To Surge Beyond Your Wildest Dreams

The Chinese Yuan is just begging for a home run. Any doubts that it is a huge screaming buy should have been dispelled last week when news came out that China had displaced Germany as the world’s largest exporter.

buy WisdomTree Dreyfus Chinese Yuan Fund (CYB)

buy Market Vectors Chinese Renminbi USD ETNs (CNY);

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Bangladesh: Asia’s hottest frontier?

Emerging market investors are weighing increasing their exposure to a tiny market: Bangladesh.
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