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02.06.2017

Summer Gadgets: What to Buy while waiting for the holidays in the Office

 
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02.06.2017

The Housing Bubble Is Bubbling

One should learn from one`s mistakes, but Americans apparently do not. The great crisis of 2008 was brought on by the securitization of sub-prime housing mortgages. To a lesser degree the same mistake was made again with the securitization of sub-prime auto loans, and now the housing market is once more preparing the basis for another crisis.

 
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01.06.2017

Soros predicts Brexit may be a dramatic divorce

Billionaire tycoon George Soros has warned the EU it is facing an 'existential crisis' and that Brexit talks could last five years. If, during the divorce negotiations, the EU manages to successfully reform itself and attract wider support from its citizens, the U.K. will want to keep its European membership, Soros told an audience in Brussels. "The divorce will be a long process taking as long as five years. Five years are a very long time in politics, especially in revolutionary times like the present," Soros noted.

 
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01.06.2017

Fintech investments on the rise after challenging 2016

Fintech is taking the world by storm, and investors are starting to notice.  While 2016 was dubbed what some might say as “challenging” for the fintech market, overall investment in fintech totalled $24.7 billion, according to KPMG. That figure is impressive enough on its own, but it pales in comparison to the $46.7 billion invested in 2015. As KPMG suggests, 2016 was a “challenging year for fintech investment,” with thanks to the Brexit vote and circumstances surrounding that outcome. The US presidential election was also a contributing factor, while there was also a slight slowdown in China.

 
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01.06.2017

Switzerland ranked second in World Competitiveness ranking

Hong Kong maintained its hold on the top of the rankings as the world most competitive economy once again, the annual rankings compiled by the IMD World Competitiveness Center in Switzerland shows.  Switzerland and Singapore came in second and third, while the United States ranked fourth, its lowest position in five years and down from third last year. 

 
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01.06.2017

Apple' Siri Speaker: race with Amazon and Google started

Apple's rumored Siri smart speaker, which is designed to compete with the Google Home and Amazon Echo, is already in production ahead of a prospective debut at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference, reports Bloomberg.  Citing sources "familiar with the matter," Bloomberg says production has already started on the speaker, but it is not expected to be ready to ship until later in the year. Still, Apple could introduce the speaker at WWDC, which kicks off next Monday. 

 
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01.06.2017

Australia fights against paedophiles with passport ban

Announced as a ‘world premiere’, the new legislative project will soon reach the Parliament and its main purpose is to stop the psychopaths who were convicted from leaving the Australian territory. The measure will lead to the cancellation of 20.000 passports belonging to individuals who have served their sentence for pedophilia but are still in the forefront of some judicial services.

 
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01.06.2017

Swiss GDP slight expansion in Q1

Switzerland's economy expanded at a slightly faster pace in the first quarter, data from the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs showed Thursday. Quarter-on-quarter real growth of 0.3 percent surpassed the upwardly revised 0.2 percent in the fourth quarter but lagged the 0.4 percent expansion expected on average in a Reuters poll of five economists. In the same period GDP performance recorded a 0.5 per cent expansion in the eurozone, 0.6 per cent in Germany and 0.2 per cent in the UK.

 
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31.05.2017

Swiss asset managers look to Malta for a solution

The Swiss asset managers were amongst the first firms to start engaging with Malta as a fund domicile and currently over 20% of our clients are Swiss fund managers and it is increasing year on year.

 
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31.05.2017

Switzerland: Easter holidays cool down consumption in April

A measure reflecting the trends in the Swiss economy rose modestly in April, suggesting average private consumption growth, results of a survey by the UBS investment bank showed Wednesday. The UBS consumption indicator rose to 1.48 points in April from 1.44 in March, which was revised from 1.50.

 
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