ECONOMY

Risk Factor for Latin American Markets

After the euphoria of the beginning of the year, investors’ expectations decreased to the level of the main Ibovespa index at the end of the year. Only 47% of investors…

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Deutsche Bank and Gifts for China’s Mighty

For years to succeed in China, Deutsche Bank relied on a questionable system of gifts, favors and cash payments. This is shown by internal documents that WDR, SZ and “New…

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“Global Microprocessor Sales will not Slow Until 2020”

Affected by the weak shipment of smart phones, the China-US trade war, and the excess inventory of data center computers, the global microprocessor (MPU) sales in the current (2019) year…

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Wumart Acquires Metro China and Holds 80%

The German retailer METRO sold its China business, and the pick-up was made by local retailer Wumei Group. On the evening of October 11, Metro Group, Wumart Group and Dodge…

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$ 1 Billion in One Month for Israeli Startups

The startup nation is growing and excelling in many technological ideas, but not all of them succeed in taking the idea and making it a reality without investment. In this…

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France Called on Germany to Save the EU from a Worsening Economic Situation

French Minister of Economics and Finance Bruno Le Mer called on Germany “right now” to start investing in the euro zone, without waiting for the economic situation to worsen. According…

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Woori Bank DLF ‘First Full Loss’

Overseas interest rate-linked derivative-coupling funds, which are controversial in terms of large-scale loss of funds, are nearing expiration. An investor with 100 million won has only returned 1.9 million won,…

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Nikkei Stock Average Fell by 78.69 yen Compared to the Previous Business Day

The Tokyo stock market on the 25th was dominated by selling profits on the back of the weak US stocks and the strong yen. A sense of caution against friction…

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Thomas Cook had been Unable to Adapt to the Digital World…

Following a meeting in London yesterday, British travel firm and charter airline operator, Thomas Cook, has gone bankrupt. Thomas Cook, who until yesterday was the second largest tour operator in…

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Sales of These Sugar-Reducing Beverage Types have Increased

In April last year, the UK officially implemented a sugar tax, which levied 24 pence per liter for products with high sugar content in beverages, and 18 pence per liter…

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A New era for Saudi Data on the IMF Platform

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) yesterday announced that Saudi Arabia will participate in the International Monetary Fund’s (SDDS) data dissemination standard, a major step forward for official statistics in the…

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Christine Lagarde: “Global Growth Fragile and Threatened”

Global growth is “fragile” and “threatened” especially because of trade tensions, said Thursday the outgoing Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Christine Lagarde, during an interview in Washington….

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