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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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Putin Talks Against U.S. Debt as He Stands Up for Greece

  The global economy has ‘serious problem’ due to the reckless U.S. borrowing told Russian President Vladimir Putin while at the same time defending Greece as the victim of the debt crisis. “It’s a serious problem not just for the […]

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Surplus and rising appetite in the oil markets: lukewarm prospects

Surplus and rising appetite in the oil markets: lukewarm prospects

The drowsy oil market since 2013 will seemingly continue in the next six months as well. The $5 crude range is the narrowest in 19 months while the volume was the lowest since December. The open interest – the number of outstanding […]

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China’s Economy Is Slowing and Everyone Will Feel It

China’s Economy Is Slowing and Everyone Will Feel It

The commodity, reprocessing and the developed country exporters have to become accustomed with the fact, that China’s economy is slowing down. This year the demand from China has weakened considerably.   The property slump in China caught the commodity suppliers off guard […]

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Gold, platinum and silver in the spotlight again

Gold, platinum and silver in the spotlight again

These past few weeks, the U.S dollar was all over gold stocks. The correlation between them is undeniable, and although gold has been trying to ditch that dependence, it was a mission impossible. As bond and equity volatility keep on, […]

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China is becoming the star player in the oil game

China is becoming the star player in the oil game

China is becoming the world’s biggest crude oil importer. And it’s doing it fast. April was the month to remember, as it was the first time in history that this country got higher on the bar than the United States […]

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Stocks dip, dollar weaker because alleged Obama statement

Stocks dip, dollar weaker because alleged Obama statement

It was a strange day on the European stock markets after the president of USA, Barack Obama allegedly made a statement in which he expressed concern over the strength of the dollar. This was later denied though. German government in […]

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Oil price under the 60$ mark

Oil price under the 60$ mark

Raw oil futures fell in early on Monday in Europe, as commodity was shaken by a strong and ever becoming stronger US dollar. Commodity that was a result of the holidays across the major markets, including USA. Oil pricesin the […]

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