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05.04.2016

China: for Standard&Poor's is quiet for now, but more reforms needed

China continues to dominate discussions of the Asia-Pacific (and, at times, global) economic and financial landscape. But the story has changed. Markets have now shifted their focus to the Chinese currency markets, with the macroeconomic story relegated to a secondary plot.

 
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05.04.2016

Europe: S&P's, TLTRO II is coming up and the ECB is ready to lend at negative rates

 
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05.04.2016

Germany: Boost investment and productivity for a stronger economy and more inclusive society

Germany is in a solid economic position, but ageing and technological change require new investments in people to ensure a stronger and more inclusive society, according to the latest OECD Economic Survey of Germany.

 
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04.04.2016

FOCUS ON: Past the Point of No Return

Consult your survival booklet before it is too late. Seriously, no joke.

 
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01.04.2016

Commodities Up Sharply in Q1. Can Trend Continue?

There was great debate about whether commodity prices have peaked for now or there is more room to run to the topside, they said.Solid China purchasing manager data, if coupled by upbeat readings in the U.S. for March non-farm payrolls and ISM manufacturing also Friday, would go a long way to support bullish commodity sentiment, they said.

 
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31.03.2016

Finance: What do financial analysts ask? (Part 1)

The role and weight that intangible resources should play in the evaluation of companies by financial analysts. The AIAF Mission Intangibles working group conducted an interesting survey.

 
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31.03.2016

UK consumer confidence deteriorates amid threat of Brexit

Are we seeing Brexit jitters at work now? Whilst UK consumers remain resolutely upbeat about their personal financial situation, concerns about prospects for the general economic situation continue to dampen our mood" - GFK

 
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30.03.2016

Exerting control in a decidedly dovish direction

We maintain our view that the Fed will raise its policy rate twice this year, in June and December, but risks to our call remain skewed to fewer hikes, particularly if market concerns around the upcoming UK Referendum vote keep financial conditions tight through mid-year. Our policy rate forecast is predicated on our view that external risk factors will not unduly influence domestic activity, allowing for a continued decline in the unemployment rate and a gradual building of inflationary pressures.

 
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30.03.2016

Gold is a Win/Win

World’s largest asset manager Blackrock warned about prices picking up due to “stabilizing oil prices and a tighter labor market… “. They recommend protecting against inflation through inflation-linked bonds and gold.

 
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30.03.2016

S&P cuts 2016 And 2017 Eurozone GDP And Inflation forecasts

Standard & Poor's economists said they trimmed their growth projections for the eurozone economy to 1.5% this year (versus 1.8% previously) and to 1.6% in 2017.

 
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