The Future’s Here ‘ the Future’s Audi

  Family Planning: Audi TT Coupe Quattro. Taking the vows is something that should never be taken lightly. The key to a successful marriage is hard to pin down. For some, romance stays strong until the reaper comes a-knocking. Others start free falling to earth from cupid’s heaven as soon as the “I Do’s” are […]
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Surviving Y2K on the Personal Side

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting, philipkozloff@mindspring.com The media has been having a ball with the zaniness of some of the Y2K “survivalists.” But many ordinary folk are altering their personal strategies as the Century Date rollover approaches. Airlines are scaling back operations over the critical weekend, citing diminished traveler demand. Some major national rail grids […]
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Trading Whilst Running

By Neil Murphy, Cantor Index Last month I introduced you to our “Mayor of London” market. By the time this issue is published, I suspect that our prices for the main contenders, as well as for the “also rans”, may not look quite the same as they did in October’s issue. The Tory candidate will […]
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TURN AGAIN!

Ken, Jeffrey, Frank, Glenda, Trevor, Stephen, Tony, Uncle Tom, Cobbleigh and all? The Quest to find a Mayor of London By David Buik, Cantor Index Over the past 15 years, spread betting has traditionally enjoyed its highest profile during times of General Elections. For such a phlegmatic and laid-back nation as the UK, the country […]
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Mercedes S-Class: Super Liner

By Gladstone J. Gunner Mercedes S-Class – evolution of the superior brand Among all products in our western world, there are brands that stand out as the best in their field, totally aspirational. Worthy of the extra outlay, satisfaction guaranteed. In the area of white goods, Miele proves to envious neighbors that you and your […]
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Super Mini: Political Correctness and the New Compact Car Revolution

By Gladstone J Gunner Much like smoking, drinking and other such over-indulgences, car ownership is now seen as an antisocial activity. We are increasingly ostracised for owning large executive motors, selfishly clogging the atmosphere and the roads across the cityscape. So what option do we have we to appease our guilt? Downsizing: the new guilt-free […]
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Football Crazy! Football Mad!

By City Index’s Stuart Rice & David Buik With the football season ending later and the new season starting earlier, there are three groups of people whose holidays are getting shorter – the players, the media and our good selves the bookies! The 1999/2000 football season sees the start of nine months of mixed emotions […]
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Y2K What Does it Mean to you?

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting On December 31st, will your banker be in his bunker? Will he be ready to process your transactions, or will she be ready with a new line of credit for you to pounce on an attractive market opportunity? The answers are a bit mixed. The Bank of England refers to […]
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Cabriolet – No Way !

Gladstone J Gunner Blows the Top off the Myth of the Convertible As a nation, we Brits are obsessed with the weather. We relish the days of summer. The misery of the dark months lift and the smiles return to our faces. As motorists, the opportunity to possess a vehicle with the option to get […]
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Y2K What Does it Mean to You?

By Philip Kozloff, Kozloff Consulting, philipkozloff@mindspring.com Foreign currency is a pain in the butt. Producing, handling and re-circulating bills and coins is one of the dirtiest, least-appreciated jobs of a banking system. But unless you operate a foreign exchange kiosk or are planning a trip to another country, you are more likely to think about […]
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