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Forex Fundamental Analysis
Forex Fundamental Analysis
To most consumers, the idea of falling prices would be heartily welcome, but economists worry that deflation in an economy can stifle domestic demand which is the backbone of most national economies.
It is probably inaccurate to say that the global economy has not recovered from the Global Financial Crisis yet.
These fundamental articles are in danger of becoming political observations. However, it is hard to overestimate the importance that a UK step to actually leave the EU would have, both in terms of the self-harm to the UK’s economy, but also to the EU itself and to economies further afield. But, as they say, it ain’t over until the fat lady sings…
A recent report published in collegedebt.com has the current student debt in the U.S. standing at $1.4 trillion.
Switzerland has never been a member of the EU, but was a founding member of EFTA and as a result of over 100 bilateral trade agreements has access to the single market with some notable exceptions.
Last week was a largely negative affair for the world’s major markets with only the FTSE and Nasdaq making ground.
The U.S. is experiencing a drastic drop in debt due to a drastic sell-off by a host of foreign central banks.
Egypt has already received tens of billions in aid including over $25 billion in cash injections from Gulf states. but that seems to be a drop in the Egyptian bucket. Now the IMF is stepping in with a tentative loan of $12 billion over the next three years.
Last week was a largely positive affair for the world’s major markets with only the FTSE losing ground. Whilst the UK took a (non-binding) decision to leave the EU, it remains a member and the earliest exit talks may start is in the New Year.
The legal right for the country to forfeit its membership in the EU is being questioned by Northern Ireland and the challenge may bring an abrupt halt to U.K.’s plans to leave.
Looking for the best stock market in which to invest? Unbelievable as it might sound, London's FTSE 100 Index is proving to be the best performing exchange among the world's major stock markets.
Sliding oil prices continue to plague global economies. With prices falling back to $40 a barrel in the last few weeks, jittery OPEC members are at a loss of how to halt the descent.
Japan's Emperor Akihito took to the airwaves Monday in his second ever public address to the nation to announce that he can no longer fully perform his duties as emperor, hinting at the possibility of stepping down as emperor of Japan.
Last week was a mixed affair for the world’s major markets with key economic indicators suggesting that the UK economy is feeling the effects of the Brexit vote even if market sentiment in London is currently Bullish.
It might just be a mere coincidence but statistics show that the months of August and September are the worst ones on Wall Street with data going back all the way to WWII. And if that wasn’t bad enough, the numbers show that a third of the monthly declines of 5% or more occurred during these two months.