Daily Management Review
Economics

ECB Rejected to Ban Greek Banks Investments

ECB has rejected a proposal by its oversight branch to ban increase Greek banks investments in short-term government bonds. As Bloomberg reported, citing sources in European diplomatic circles, ECB fears that such a move would jeopardize negotiations with Greece creditors. Currently, short-term...

Oil Will Rise to $ 100 by 2016

Since early March, oil prices have fallen by more than 15%, but despite this, the decline continues. The reason for this was the increase in the dynamics of US stocks, which increased for nine consecutive weeks and reached record highs. According to the forecasts of analysts surveyed by...

China to inspect dairy imports from New Zealand

The quality control watchdog of China has decided that it would increase scrutiny on milk powder imports from New Zealand after some group of environmental activists threatened to contaminate the infant formula factories in the country. New Zealand police has noted that they have sent letters...

India - Bright Spot in the World Economy

IMF raised India’s growth forecast to 7.2% in current fiscal and 7.5% in FY16. India’s emergence as the most dynamic economy worldwide is largely dependent upon implementation of new reforms. IMF chief Christine Lagarde, admired the measures adopted by the government to stimulate the economy. The...

UK to Join China's Finance

UK could become a member of the Asian Bank, set up by China. The appropriate authorities of the country have sent a request to the Government of PRC. However, not all British allies like such an initiative. The White House is skeptical of the possible collaboration in London and Beijing. World...

IEA projects lull in oil prices

The monthly report from the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned that oil prices may fall further considering the surplus amounts of crude supplies and tightening storage capacity in the US. The Oil futures fell sharply on 13 March to tally a weekly decline of nearly 10%. Crude-oil for...

South Korea's Move of Interest Rate Cut - Joined the League of Global Easing

Worldwide Monetary easing indicates falling inflation rate. South Korea joined other economies in global easing by its surprising step to cut interest rates. With South Korea joining the count, the number of central banks that adopted easing of monetary policy this year stepped up to 24....

Household wealth in US skyrockets to a record high

Buoyed by the gains in the stock market and home prices, US household wealth has increased to hit the highest level ever at a record of $82.91 trillion, according to a report by the Federal Reserve. The combined wealth includes the wealth of US households as well as nonprofit organizations. The...

IMF nod for $17.5 billion loan to Ukraine

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a specific bailout package of $17.5 billion for Ukraine in a step to bolster one of the world’s worst under-performing assets. In a swift measure, IMF has nodded to release $10 billion into Ukraine's troubled economy over the next year while the...

Exxon and Shell will pass through the crisis without losses

According to analysts of the international rating agency Moody's, world’s oil industry giants - Exxon Mobil Corp and Royal Dutch Shell - unlike its competitors will survive the crisis without significant loss. West Texas Intermediate oil: historical record "Both companies have entered into a...
1 ... « 162 163 164 165 166