Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘Economist’

U.S. conserves money

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

U.S. companies increasingly prefer to keep money in banks. This once again underlines the concerns about the state of financial markets and the sustainability of economic recovery. On Thursday, Fed reported that at the end of March, not financial companies put under the mattress is 1.84 trillion dollars in cash and other liquid assets. This indicator increased by 26% compared to last year and a record since 1952 in the aggregate assets of all companies, including production and investment sector, the cache accounts for 7%. It is the highest figure since 1963…

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Foreign investors are fleeing from the Ukraine, like rats from a sinking ship

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

As they say, that foreign investors are leaving Ukraine – unreformed economy, political instability, inadequate legal framework, judicial lawlessness – too serious test for foreigners. To confirm or refute these rumors “Browser” asked the executive director of the International Fund blazer Oleg Ustenko and financial expert, Honored Economist of Ukraine Victor Suslov.

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Forecast: euro exchange rate is under strong pressure

Monday, May 24th, 2010

Exchange rate euro can not overcome the psychological factor. The euro is continuing, and the dollar strengthens against the background of European chaos and recession. The once mighty euro has recently reached a four-year low against the dollar may continue to fall regardless of whether it will be successful attempts to European leaders to tame rebellious debt crisis. The currency has fallen almost 4% against the dollar, and analysts predict it inevitable bleak future for the coming months, had stunted the economic problems in the region. If the recession will not be too harsh, it will likely not bring Europe into trouble.

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Dow Jones and hope for the new week

Monday, May 17th, 2010

European stock markets were closed on Friday, falling due to the growing concerns associated with Greece and the whole state of the eurozone. “We see a lot of (shares) in the red zone. There is concern about how long they would act in the eurozone plan,” – said Peter Dixon, economist at Commerzbank. “Before weekends investors do not want to leave the position (open). The banking index DJ EURO STOXX fell on Friday to 172.05 (-6.84%). Paper Societe Generale have fallen by 8.63%, BNP Paribas at 7.41%, UBS at 4.67%, Banco Santander to 8.98%, Deutsche Bank at 4.15%.

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Jeans for the gold price

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Jeans may be increased by one third from the second half of this year. This situation is explained by the fact that cotton prices and, hence, denim is extremely unstable. Earlier, the producers of denim set prices for their products every year, now moving to short-term contracts, changing the price tags almost every day. “This is the crazy spike in Denim in my career,” – said the vice president of sales of fabrics in the company PCCA Jack Matthews.

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Dow Jones Industrial Average lost more than earned in 2010

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

May 6 Dow Jones Industrial Average surprised the financial world. Record drop in Dow Jones Industrial Average was a shock to investors, many players will be permanently lost to the market because of this tragedy. The U.S. has not yet established the cause of the record-shattering exchanges.

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The exchange rate euro fell against the dollar strengthening

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

The exchange rate euro on Wednesday failed to keep positive momentum against the dollar and continued to lose in price to the U.S. currency amid concern about the inability to survive in the multibillion-dollar stabilization fund to solve the fundamental problems of the region’s economy.

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The Chinese economy drinks blood of recession

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010

Inflation and housing prices increase the pressure on monetary authorities, thereby increasing the chances of growth, interest rates and the yuan appreciation, even while maintaining concern for the authorities in China relative to the debt crisis in the euro area. Real estate prices in April rose at a record pace over the past 18 months, and the volume of new loans exceeded most forecasts.

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Europe saved euro exchange rate, but what is the price?

Tuesday, May 11th, 2010

Is it true that Europe has made the impossible and got free cheese? And it looks that way, judging by the movement of stock markets, currencies and securities with fixed interest rates after the implementation of programs to save 750 billion euros. Investors breathed a sigh of relief, and shares soared upwards in all areas of the world after reporting a 20 percent increase in stock price of European financial companies, which is hard to believe.

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The crisis in Greece – Ukraine will not receive credit from IMF

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

News in Ukraine are very sad. The consequences of the collapse of the euro in Greece will affect Ukraine, – stated Deputy Director of the Institute of World Economy and International Relations Valery Novitsky. “Firstly, the interest of Ukraine to the EU will decrease. Because the euro area today is the yoke for the EU itself. Secondly, there is a tendency to decline in the euro. Today they predict that dollars and euro rate will be 1:1. Both currencies are beaten for mercy, and to whose mercy people will be stronger, and it will win, “- said the expert.

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