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The Fed’s recent announcement to pump 600 billion dollars into its financial system has been this week’s spectacular news. Economists around the world now started wondering whether this measurement will really help. In the end, it seems very obvious that … Continue reading
The recent boost in the Sterling Exchange rates might only be shortlived. A weak Pound Sterling is the only way for the UK to regain economic power, says Neil Mellor, Forex expert at the Bank of New York Mellon, in … Continue reading
A recent report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) states that China’s property market has indeed formed a bubble – but the fund says it is only restricted to larger cities and is not growing in extreme dimensions.