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GLOBAL INVESTORS REACH NEW LOW SINCE 2008 ...

CHART OF THE DAY: Global Investors Reach A Historic Level Of Pessimism ...




Sam Ro






| Nov. 21, 2011, 11:17 AM 








When fear and volatility enter the stock markets, investors are particularly quick to sell off their international investments in overseas stocks.

However, Ian Scott, Nomura's Global Head of Equity Strategy, argues that these types of sell-offs are often followed by sharp, rapid rebounds in those very same equities.

Scott notes that the current international equity flow metrics are unusually negative, which is an argument to buy. 

 At the current level, the only time it would've been too early to buy was during the Lehman Brothers crisis.


Once again, investors have responded to the crisis environment by pulling in their horns, and repatriation has, once again, been the prevailing response. The degree of flight from overseas stocks in the three months to October is on a par with the three months prior to the Lehman bankruptcy – things then subsequently deteriorated further, rea…

GLOBAL INVESTORS RUN FOR COVER... A GOOD TIME FOR MANGO EXPORTERS TO STAY "CLOSE TO HOME" ...

LOCAL AUSTRALIA FEATURES KENSINGTON PRIDE MANGOES FROM THE NORTHERN TERRITORIES ....

Stone fruit season



FOOD & DINING

22 NOV 11 @ 08:30AM

 BY KYLIE FLEMING





SWEET, juicy stone fruit are hitting the grocery shop shelves which is a good sign summer is on the way.

Wendy Helps, from the Adelaide Produce Markets, says there is an increasing supply of cherries from the Adelaide Hills and the Riverland and yellow-flesh nectarines and apricots, also from the Riverland.

Kensington Pride mangoes are coming from Katherine in the Northern Territory.


Wendy says exotic lines in the vegetable arena include very light supplies of South Australian-grown cherry truss tomatoes and flat continental beans.

Look out for Australian walnuts, banana capsicums, light supplies of SA white zucchinis and apple cucumbers.


Visit adelaidemarkets.com.au






Seafood masterclass

LEARN how to prepare and present seafood at a three-hour masterclass with InterContinental executive chef Tony Hart.

The class (Thursday, December 8, from 10am to 1pm) is just in time for Christmas and teaches about preparing and presenting…

TOTAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE NATIONAL MANGO BOARD (NMB) SINCE INCEPTION NOW TOTAL $26 MILLION DOLLARS AND COUNTING ....

U.S. Import Volume
Per Year
Yearly report for range: 2005 through 2011Export to Excel
Commodity NameOrigin NameDatePoundsBoxes of 8.8 lbsMANGOSBRAZIL200562,663,9547,120,904MANGOSBRAZIL200647,509,2885,398,783MANGOSBRAZIL200752,256,4845,938,237MANGOSBRAZIL200851,425,3315,843,788MANGOSBRAZIL200959,292,4366,737,777MANGOSBRAZIL201062,466,3967,098,454MANGOSBRAZIL201143,213,0094,910,569Total

378,826,89843,048,512MANGOSCOLOMBIA2008105,07211,940MANGOSCOLOMBIA20098,296943MANGOSCOLOMBIA20102,673304Total

116,04113,187MANGOSCOSTA RICA20055,178,040588,414MANGOSCOSTA RICA20068,717,744990,653MANGOSCOSTA RICA20073,977,504451,989MANGOS

WHILE USA ANTICIPATES THANKSGIVING...HOW ABOUT GIVING $1.00 TO HELP THOSE IN NEED ???...ONE DOLLAR DOES SO MUCH ....

Monday, November 21st
It's Food Week!
 In anticipation of stuffing both turkeys and ourselves this Thanksgiving, we're featuring a variety of nonprofits this week that tackle hunger in some unique ways. We can't think of a better way
to say "thanks" for all that we have than to share it.
$1 Sends Your Leftovers to the Hungry


Remember what mom used to say? "There are people starving in the world, so finish your dinner." Today's group won't quite send your leftovers to the hungry people in the world, but they come really, really close.


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NATIONAL MANGO BOARD (NMB) COULD LEARN A FEW THINGS FROM AUSTRALIA MANGO TELEVISION CAMPAIGN ....

Calypso launches ‘Australia’s first TV campaign for a brand of fruit’





Eleven Communications has launched a TV campaign for fresh produce company One Harvest to promote its Calypso mangoes. 

In the first ad to be released on Sunday 20 November, an elderly woman tricks a young tall man into reaching for something high on a shopping aisle’s shelf as she steals mangoes from his trolley. 

AD # 1: "The little old lady steals some mangoes"





The agency claims this is the first TV campaign in Australia for a brand of fruit. With a series of three commercials, the campaign carries the tagline: “With more mango and less seed, you can’t go past a Calypso.”



AD #2: "One for me and one for..."




The agency claims this is the first TV campaign in Australia for a brand of fruit. With a series of three commercials, the campaign carries the tagline: “With more mango and less seed, you can’t go past a Calypso.”



AD # 3: "The List"





Treena Welch, One Harvest’s marketing manager, said: “We…

SOURCE ORGANIC HAS ECUADORIAN MANGOES FOR SALE ...

US: Organic Ecuadorian mangoes available from Source Organic




Source Organic has premier organic mangoes available from central and southern Ecuador. Peak production is expected to come mid November through the end of December.









Source Organic's organic mangoes come from three main growing regions in the fertile lands of Ecuador. The farms are run by three brothers who have been practising organic farming for over 10 years, and are currently working towards becoming certified as Fair Trade Growers. 


Even today, supporting these farmers helps many families and communities in Central and southern Ecuador.



Flowering has been sporadic, so supplies will be a little down this year, although there will be ample availability of both Tommy Atkins and Ataulfo varieties. These are available now and will last through the end of December.



For more information:
Kathryn Courtney

Source Organics

Tel: 805 794 4213

800 899 4595 x64215

Email: kcourtney@sourceorganic.com

www.sourceorganic.com







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