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Emerging Market Currencies Are the Worst Performers

Emerging Market Currencies Are the Worst Performers

The emerging market currencies are the biggest looser of the slowly unfolding currency war and since the global financial meltdown. The devaluation has been regarded for many as wake-up call to reform their economies. The officials are already drawing new plans […]

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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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Beware Traders, Bumpy Week Ahead: Greece, China, Yellen

Beware Traders, Bumpy Week Ahead: Greece, China, Yellen

There are plentiful reasons next week to be cautious in the markets. Traders buckle up, the global economic roller coaster begins. The euro zone finance ministers are working trough the weekend to rescue Greece from its financial abyss. Mr. Tsipras is […]

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Gold goes up after Fed rate hike announcement

Gold goes up after Fed rate hike announcement

Friday was third day in a row in which gold stock made profits. Compared to Tuesday, now it’s on a twenty dollars higher place. It was expected, especially after the Federal Reserve statement. Their commitment to keep the federal funds […]

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Stock markets in sleep mode, awaiting Fed rate hike statement

Stock markets in sleep mode, awaiting Fed rate hike statement

Wednesday was a rather calm day on stock markets around the world. Investors are being cautious and rather reserved, which is justified having in mind the happenings in the past few days, and also the ones expected in the next […]

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