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November 2007 Newsletter

Welcome to Lewis Financial's Newsletter for the month of November 2007.

As a result of the Federal Election last week, our first article importantly looks at the implications that the change in Government could have on the Australian economy and for investors in general.

We have included a commentary on the outlook for the Chinese economy, which is now the biggest contributor to global growth and has the world's fourth largest share market.

We have also included two articles focusing on the Australian economy, in particular, the recent rise in interest rates and the trade-off between inflation and unemployment.

Back by popular demand, our recipe this month is Spinach Marjoram Crepes. We hope you enjoy them!

We hope, as always, that you find the articles of interest. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.

Australia’s new Government – implications for investors

This note looks at the implications for investors from the change in Government in Australia.

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China’s economy, share market and the world

This note looks at China's outlook.

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Interest rates, the Australian economy and the latest share wobble

This note looks at the outlook for the Australian economy and sharemarket.

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Spinach Marjoram Crepes

A delicious, healthy, quick and easy vegetarian meal.

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