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  • Belmond's earnings stifled by exchange rates

    Hotel News Now (Ohio) - 03/02/2015
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    Belmond reported another loss during the fourth quarter, largely a result of currency depreciation against a strengthening dollar. Belmond saw total revenue fall 1% during 2014. EBITDA growth remains the No. 1 priority. Executives declined to say how many third-party management contracts are in the works. HAMILTON, Bermuda—Despite executing on all their strategic priorities,...

  • Against A Currency War, The USD Holds On Even On Downbeat Data

    Actionforex - 03/02/2015
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    US data released last night all missed market expectations. The ISD February manufacturing PMI fell for the fourth consecutive month to 53, showing the US manufacturing expansion is slowing. Also, personal spending has contracted by 0.2% implying that US families are still careful on consumption even when job market has been improving...

  • Regan: As currency war erupts, buy American

    Pacific Daily News - 03/02/2015
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    The U.S. economy is facing a predicament the Federal Reserve didn't anticipate - a stronger than expected U.S. dollar. While a strong dollar is great in theory because it reduces the cost of foreign goods for American consumers (including commodities like oil), the stronger currency will have negative consequences for corporate earnings and the markets. This month, Europe will take...

  • Gold ETFs at Critical Junctures

    ETF Trends - 03/02/2015
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    After impressive starts to the year, gold exchange traded funds have lost momentum. Over the past month, the SPDR Gold Shares (NYSEArca: GLD ), the world's largest ETF backed by physical holdings of gold, is off 5.9%. Ongoing strength for the U.S. dollar, among other factors, has hampered gold in recent weeks. Fueling the appreciating greenback, an...

  • Belmond results impacted by currency depreciation

    financial news.co.uk - 03/02/2015
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    Belmond Ltd. (NYSE:BEL) said its fourth quarter results were impacted by the depreciation of the company´s principal functional currencies against the US dollar during the fourth quarter of 2014. This year-over-year currency depreciation impacted the US dollar...

  • Debt, Currency Wars, and China's Rate Cut

    Financial Survival Network - 03/02/2015

  • Yellen shuns Fed audit

    TribLIVE - 02/28/2015
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    Three important issues emerged during Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen's testimony last week before the Senate Banking Committee: Interest rate policy, currency manipulation and central bank privilege. Yellen finessed the first two issues. But she rebuffed strongly any suggestion of subjecting the Fed to a full audit. Yellen and her Fed Open Market Committee have the most...

  • India could do monetary easing through currency depreciation: DBS Bank's David Carbon

    The Economic Times - 02/27/2015
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    MUMBAI: Structural reforms, and not numbers, which are the key factors that influence sovereign rating, according to David Carbon , managing director, economic & currency research, at DBS Bank . In an interview with ET, he says it is time for the government to act on the reforms agenda that has brought it to power. Edited excerpts: Do you think fiscal deficit numbers will be lower in...

  • Economic Turmoil in the Caucasus

    CARNEGIE ENDOWMENT - 02/27/2015
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    On February 21, Azerbaijan became the latest post-Soviet country to be infected by the economic malaise emanating from Russia, when its Central Bank devalued the manat by around a third against the dollar and euro. Armenia and Georgia are also facing economic struggles—and all three countries will see political consequences. As the three are now so different they will be manifested...

  • `$1 trillion forex war-chest to boost India's geo-political power'

    The Hindu Business Line - 02/27/2015
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    A “war-chest” of foreign exchange reserves worth up to USD 1 trillion in the long run can help India bolster its geo-political influence in an increasingly inter-connected economic world, says the Economic Survey. “If power used to flow from the barrel of a gun, in an increasingly inter-dependent economic world,...

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