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The Greek debt crisis and impending “Grexit” have been absent from the headlines in recent months, following Syriza’s U-turn and decision to ask for a third bailout (worth €86 billion).
How safe is flying these days? With security officials continuing their investigation into what happened to the recently downed EgyptAir Flight 804, many travelers can't help but question the risks they face when boarding their next flight.
Alexander Van der Bellen, a former Green party leader running as independent, has nabbed the recent election for President of Austria. Van der Bellen, a retired economics professor, narrowly defeated Norbert Hofer, of the anti-immigrant, leftwing Eurosceptic Freedom Party.
Although its establishment in 1948 was controversial, history has looked kindly on Nai Bevan, Labour’s health secretary of the day, and the National Health Service (NHS) is one of the most popular and proudest achievements of Britain in the post-World War II years.
Last week was again mixed for the world’s major markets with the Dax and the Dow Jones slipping. Get the fundamental analysis for the week of May 23, 2016 here.
The mighty U.S. dollar is making a comeback. According to analysts at Deutsche Bank AG., the world’s second-largest currency trader, the greenback’s three-week rally is just the beginning and that the currency’s strength should continue for some time.
China has become the second largest economy in the world, trading (and indeed out-trading) with the big boys of capitalism, but it remains a single party communist state where, traditionally at any rate, capitalists are the enemy in a class war.
It may seem of late that even a small interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve Bank can cause a ripple effect in world markets. Or maybe it’s just the threat of the rate hike that is creating havoc across the globe.
Going into 2016, the US Federal Reserve had a battle plan that called for four 0.25% hikes to the interest rate over the course of the year, in a bid to restore interest levels to near their historical average.
Japan remains the world’s third largest economy behind that of the USA and China, but it continues to have to deal with anaemic economic growth, the negative consequences of a “safe haven” currency and broadly stagnant or declining prices.
The dry temperatures and the lack of rain at a critical time has hurt coffee crops in Brazil, the world’s top coffee bean grower and has sent prices of the commodity zooming to record high levels.
About the only telling blow that the “Brexit” campaign which hopes to see the UK turn its back on the world’s largest single market and go it alone, is to have stuck the descriptive “Project Fear” on their opponents efforts: it is all a giant conspiracy.
Are oil prices heading back up? After months of hitting record lows, the black gold seems to be making a comeback.
Last week was better for the world’s major markets with only the US markets slipping. Get the fundamental analysis for the week of May 16, 2016 here.
With all the hype surrounding the current presidential candidates and what they can and cannot offer the American citizens, hardly a word has been said about the existing national debt.