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Currency Wars in Modern Markets: Lose – Lose or Win – Win?

Currency Wars in Modern Markets: Lose – Lose or Win – Win?

Currency wars in modern economics are not unusual things. Low value currency is considered beneficial for a number of reasons, at least from the standpoint of big business. Weak currency means cheaper goods, lower production costs and overall economic growth. […]

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The Strong Dollar Weakens American Companies Profit Outlook

The Strong Dollar Weakens American Companies Profit Outlook

The foreign subsidiaries of U.S. companies are suffering from the robust dollar. American firms had a rocky beginning in 2015 as their profits from overseas subsidiaries dropped significantly. Is the strong U.S. dollar to blame for the fall? Two Fed economist might […]

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Executives change, shares rise for Deutsche Bank

Executives change, shares rise for Deutsche Bank

Although at one point they were seven percent up, Deutsche Bank stocks finished the day almost four percent higher than the starting point. Key factor for this big jump are the resignations of two co-chief executives. This moment that was […]

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Dollar strengthens as FED announces raising rates

Dollar strengthens as FED announces raising rates

After the U.S Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen announced that the central bank plans to raise the interest rates this year, dollar really powered causing the European shares to fall in thin trade. Current problems in Europe, in particularly the […]

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