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The Global Financial World To Be Impacted By New Regulations Of EU Implementable From January

There would be far reaching consequences for the entire industry from a set of new rules for the financial sector that are to be imposed by the EU in in January.   The time and manner of asset trading is being attempted to be more transparent by the reforms. The new standards would impact...

‘Big Institutional Investors’ Could Be Drawn To The Debut Of The 2nd ‘Bitcoin Futures’

The trading volumes in the crypto-currency market seem to be on the rise, yet the analysts continue to draw our attention to its volatile nature and the underlying “unregulated” cash market. Nevertheless, the bitcoin futures are growing in numbers and are likely to bring in the “big institutional...

JPMorgan: The S&P 500 will grow to 3000 points in 2018

JPMorgan Chase & Co. expects that the "bullish" phase of the market will continue next year. But the growth will relate to the technology sector, writes Bloomberg. JPMorgan Chase & Co. joined Oppenheimer and Evercore ISI, and became the third major bank that predicts that the S&P 500...

Bubble in the Swedish real estate market is bursting

Despite the fact that the real estate bubble in Sweden is no longer growing, it is probably the largest bubble in the world. The prices have increased 6-fold since the beginning of rapid growth in 1995. SEB housing price indicator measures the difference between those who believe that prices will...

Impressive Growth And Labour Market Pushes The U.S. Fed To Raise Rates For The Occasion In 2017

An improvement in the U.S. economy and the labor market were the reasons cited by the country’s Federal Reserve for raising of interest rates on Tuesday which was its third raise in 2017.   The benchmark interest rate was increased by 25 basis points to between 1.25% and 1.5% by the Fed....

Low rates in Japan will harm regional banks

Economists fear that the extremely low interest rates of the Bank of Japan could damage the ability of banks to conduct business if they continue for too long, as the Reuters poll showed. Governor of the Bank of Japan Haruhiko Kuroda noted this opportunity, indicating in November a "reversal rate",...

South Korea to limit trade in crypto-currencies

The government of South Korea intends to limit the trade in crypto-currencies, Bloomberg reports citing the department for the coordination of state policy of the country. A temporary working group will be assembled to develop a new state policy - it will also consider the option of introducing a...

Goldman believes in commodities

Goldman Sachs Group Inc. predicts that commodities will yield better returns than other assets in the long term, writes Bloomberg. Strong growth in global demand for commodities gives more grounds for investing in them, the bank's report of December 11 says. Goldman expects a return of 10% in 2018,...

Call For Improvement In Cold Chain Systems In Asia-Pacific Given For Improving Industry Output

Calls to seriously consider the present system of Cold Chain practices and make improvement to   the entire logistical set up in the Asia Pacific region so that it can be ensured that cold chain systems can be put in place in the various countries located in the region, was given by Fiji...

Alarm Bells Around Bitcoin’s Volatility Rings Louder Even As The Cyptocurrency Shoots Past $16,000

Questions about whether bitcoin is in a bubble and is about to burst are being raised after the cryptocurrency surpassed the $16,000 mark as it saw a 67 percent rise in value during last week.   Investor interest has been fueled by the impending launch of bitcoin futures and there was...
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