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Distributed: April 20, 2011

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Sydney, April 20, 2011 (ABN Newswire) - Chief Economist, Clifford Bennett, is widely recognized for his often market leading and insightful economic and financial market forecasts. Clifford has 25 years international experience with some of the world's leading investment banks, and was named the "world's most accurate currency forecaster" by Bloomberg News NY. Clifford is the author of "Warrior Trading" published by John Wiley & Sons New York, and frequently appears in the financial print and television media.

Clifford was the first to "ring the bell" for a new bull market in 2009, and was among the first to appreciate the Australian slow down would be short lived, consistently forecasting unemployment to peak at 5.7% to 6.1%, when even the government forecast was 8.5%. Clifford was the first economist to correctly predict the RBA would hold at 3.00%, and hike by the end of 2009, and the only economist to correctly forecast the RBA would stay on hold in February.

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