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Economics

Security Watchdog Of E.U. Scrutinises Brexit Risks With ‘Rating Agencies’

In an attempt to provide stable finance market following Brexit, ESMA asks for disclosure on trade records. The “credit rating agencies” along with their bodies were asked by the “securities watchdog” of the European Union to disclose the records of “derivative trades” revealing “how they would”...

Pfizer, Oracle, Boeing, Dow Chemical In A Coalition Side With ‘Border Adjustment’ Tax Proposal

Two different corporate coalitions are formed; one supports Republican House’s tax proposal while the other opposes the same and rallies for Congress. “David Shepardson” and “Ginger Gibson” report that the United States’ companies even the “major exporters” like General Electric Co. and Boeing Co....

Japan to invest in US infrastructure

The world's largest pension fund GPIF (Government Pension Investment Fund of Japan) is going to invest in infrastructure projects in the United States. GPIF’s investment in US infrastructure in the framework of economic cooperation will be discussed next week at a meeting of Prime Minister of Japan...

Despite Hot Start for Global Deals, Foreign Interest in US Companies is Lower

Due to the high political uncertainty in the United States international acquisitions of U.S. firms are lagging compared to other parts of the world despite the fact that global corporate deals kicked off 2017 with their best January since 2000.   "The primary trading M&A partner with...

Global Economy Is At The Risk Of Getting Hurt By Trump Policies: Bridgewater’s Dalia

The founder of Bridgewater considers this to be a crucial time when the balance of Trump policies and global economy stands at an “important” corner. “Bridgewater Associates LP” is the “largest hedge fund” of the world which was founded by Ray Dalio, whereby the latter showed his increasing concern...

Pointing Towards Economic Stabilization, Chinese Manufacturing Expands in January, Shows Official PMI Data

As the mainland economy shows signs of stabilizing, indicating that the industrial sector continued to expand in January and a tad faster than expected, shows China's official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI).   Down a smidgen from 51.4 in December, but still better than a...

Global Impact on tech Companies by Trump’s Travel Ban

Global tech companies, including Amazon, are considering legal action because of the potential impact on their business of President Donald Trump's recent immigration ban barring citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries has prompted nationwide protests.   The ban has already thrown...

Ten countries with the cheapest labor force

It is very difficult to find someone who would have been completely satisfied with their salary. Very often, people believe that they are underpaid. However, salaries in developing countries are very low compared to Western standards, and still people have to survive. Of course, the cost of living...

India will give out cash to fight poverty

Financial help to poor Indian population could almost eradicate poverty in the country, but it will cost between 4% and 5% of GDP, said the country's government report. Universal basic income is a radical idea, which looks increasingly appearing to authorities in countries such as Finland and...

Bank of Japan Keeps Policy Unchanged, Raises Economic Growth Forecasts

While keeping its policy stance unchanged, as was widely expected in its latest policy review, the Bank of Japan raised its economic growth forecasts.   From its previous forecast, made in October, of 1.0 percent growth, the central bank raised its gross domestic product (GDP) forecast to...
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