What’s in store for the Romanian economy in 2019?

What’s in store for the Romanian economy in 2019?

On January 1st, 2019, Romania took over the presidency over the European Union, and it will hold it for the next six months, even though the Romanian government has not been in the EU’s good graces for a while due […]

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Swedish economic and political outlook at the beginning of 2019

Swedish economic and political outlook at the beginning of 2019

The Swedish central bank, the Riksbank, increased interest rates for the first time since 2011, which led to the Swedish krona experiencing a significant climb against the euro and the dollar. This surprised many in the market because it showed […]

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Ethereum giveaway – anyone interested?

Ethereum giveaway – anyone interested?

All of this has happened before, and will happen again – every single experienced crypto-enthusiast out there probably thinks of this quote from either Peter Par or Battlestar Galactica each time a sudden drop in the price of a top […]

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Orbán pushes “slave law” – thousands of Hungarians rise in protest

Orbán pushes “slave law” – thousands of Hungarians rise in protest

János Áder, the Hungarian President, signed the controversial new bill on labor law, despite thousands of Hungarians organizing a massive protest in Budapest against it. This new reform allows employers to seek up to 400 hours of overtime work annually. […]

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France’s troubles with taxes at the end of 2018

France’s troubles with taxes at the end of 2018

Bruno Le Maire, French Minister of Finance, said on December 4th, 2018, that France will introduce a tax on digital giants on the national level from 2019 even if the European Union members fail to reach an agreement on the […]

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You think you’ve lost everything to crypto? Think again!

You think you’ve lost everything to crypto? Think again!

The year 2018 is at its end. For the cryptocurrency market, it is the time of trouble, such as never has been since … well, the last time of trouble. Long-time Bitcoin and other crypto adopters are really used to […]

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Pakistani rupee hits another low

Pakistani rupee hits another low

The news is not good for Asian stock markets these days. Most major indexes plunged from 1 to 2 percent owing to escalating frictions between two of the world’s leading economies, China and the USA, and increasing concerns over growth. […]

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Georgia makes history with the first woman president

Georgia makes history with the first woman president

For the first time in history, the people of Georgia elected a woman president. Salome Zurabishvili, a former French diplomat, was elected the first woman president of Georgia and will be taking office on December 16th,2018 for the next six […]

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Belgian economic climate at the end of 2018

Belgian economic climate at the end of 2018

Belgium has one of the most advanced free-market economies in Europe, which is based on both service and industrial sectors. It relies significantly on international trade and the majority of its economic sectors are oriented towards exporting products. Belgian exports […]

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Poland, the country of coal, hosts the UN Climate Change Conference

Poland, the country of coal, hosts the UN Climate Change Conference

Katowice, Poland, is the city where from December 2nd to December 14th the 24th UN Climate Change Conference of Parties is taking place at the International Congress Center. This meeting is the most significant one since the Paris Agreement in […]

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