Статьи, помеченные тэгом ‘GDP’

France: from one crisis to another

Sunday, August 15th, 2010

France is in disarray. According to opinion polls, the popularity of French President – Nicolas Sarkozy, for many decades, didn’t not fell so low. Recently resigned two ministers and parliamentary passions abound with light hand media – series of scandals added to the charges a suspect in the corruption minister of abuse of office in obtaining funds for Sarkozy’s presidential campaign.

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The Dow Jones Industrial collapse is a harbinger of a terrible crisis in the U.S.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

The collapse of the Dow Jones Industrial Average becoming the new omen of an early start of the next wave of financial crisis in the U.S.. Dow Jones Industrial approaching the mark of 9,895.47 points. Losses for the Dow Index reached -243.05 (-2.40%). Facts speak louder than all that the U.S. economy in the way of the second bottom, of course it is up to him have not yet got. Of course, the various signals may be false, and perhaps this time everything will be different. But reality says otherwise.

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The debt crisis in Europe has just begun

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

U.S. business TV channel CNBC made a rating of most heavily indebted countries. Experts estimated the total debt relative to GDP of the country. The top twenty of the most “heavily indebted” countries was 17 countries in Europe. The USA took only 20th place. The top rating of debtors took Ireland. Its total external debt (both private entities and state) at the end of 2009 totaled 2.32 trillion dollars. This is more than 13 times the volume of island economies (more precisely, at 1312 percent). In the second place reveals Britain. Its total debt (9.15 trillion U.S. dollars) of 426 percent of GDP.

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IMF worries about the growth of external debt in Ukraine

Friday, June 11th, 2010

The IMF is concerned about the growth of external debt of Ukraine. Now it is 40% of GDP. Earlier, Deputy Prime Tigipko said that the text developed by an agreement with the International Fund agreed almost completely.

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Spain leads to the collapse of euro

Monday, May 31st, 2010

So, Friday evening ended with the collapse of euro. Rating agency Fitch downgraded the rating of Spain at one stage to the level of AA +, which is why the euro fell to 1.2263 on Friday. As Fitch indicated that the sovereign credit profile of Spain remains a “very powerful”, but the agency forecasts that by 2013 the national debt will reach 78% of GDP.

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U.S. GDP starts to grow

Saturday, May 29th, 2010

U.S. GDP in the I quarter of 2010 increased by 3%. Analysts expect U.S. gross domestic product in I quarter of 2010 will grow by 3,5% of. Earlier, analysts noted that the U.S. economy should grow at least at a rate of 3% to ensure growth in employment. And if the economy continues to shed jobs, this situation with a stretch could be called a recovery, even with GDP growth.

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The future of euro and the revolt of the Czech Republic

Sunday, May 16th, 2010

Future of euro is under great pressure. As reported by Radio of Prague, many small enterprises in the country, previously enthusiastically supported the introduction of the Czech Republic a single European currency, now are supporters of the delaying replacing the Czech crown.

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The future of euro is in doubt because of the refusal of Britain

Sunday, May 9th, 2010

British Finance Minister Alistair Darling said on Sunday, that the kingdom can not and will not support the bailout funds the EU, designed to support the weak euro-zone economy. “For me it is very, very clear that if an invitation to create an emergency fund of euros, that is a matter of the euro area. What we do not do, and that we can not afford to do – so this is to support the euro … the responsibility for keeping euro lies with countries handling a common currency “, – says Darling.

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Fitch predicts Japan’s failure

Thursday, April 22nd, 2010

Credit rating agency Fitch Ratings has warned that Japan’s sovereign debt is approaching a dangerous level by a decline in the workforce and deepening deflation, while the reserve assets of the Government may be useless to protect against financial crisis.

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