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  • Does the ECB Have to Act So Aggressively?

    Bloomberg Business - 11/27/2015

  • Can China's Economy Transition Without Crisis?

    Bloomberg Business - 11/27/2015

  • Luk Fook's H1 Revenue -8%, Profit -43% Amid Hong Kong Tourist Slowdown

    Diamonds.net - 11/26/2015

    Nov 26, 2015 10:17 AM By Rapaport News RAPAPORT... Luk Fook Holdings International Limited reported revenue declined 7.7 percent to $898.6 million (HKD 5.4 billion) in the six months to September 30 as a result of the Chinese downturn and a weak Hong Kong tourism industry. Slowing growth in mainland China, currency depreciation and the...

  • Welcome To The Currency War, Part 20: Corporate Earnings Head South, Stock Prices To Follow?

    DollarCollapse - 11/25/2015

    A too-strong currency is, in theory, supposed to make it harder to sell things to cheap-currency countries, this crimping corporate profits, and by implication pretty much everything else. The US dollar has been rising against the rest of the world for over a year, so let's see if we're following the script. From today's Wall Street Journal: Profits at U.S. companies during the...

  • Zambeef Annual Loss Widens On Severe Zambian Currency Devaluation

    London South East - 11/25/2015

    LONDON (Alliance News) - Zambeef Products PLC on Wednesday reported a widened pretax loss in its recently-ended financial year as it suffered from the depreciation of the Zambian kwacha, but said it is working to reduce debt in US...

  • Coming Currency Wars Will Be the Best Investment Opportunities of the Next 20 Years

    Modest Money - 11/24/2015

    Not many average people are noticing but the start of a major new trend has already begun. On January 15, 2015, Switzerland decoupled it's currency from the Euro and rattled the global financial markets overnight. China is currently cutting rates and Russia is also managing it's interest rate aggressively. This is in direct competition to something that happened at the Bretton...

  • China Takes a Smoother Path to Currency Devaluation

    The Wall Street Journal - 11/24/2015

    Now that's more like it. China's currency is once again on a downward path, trading near its weakest point of the year at around 6.38 yuan per dollar. But unlike the plunge that scrambled world markets over the summer , Beijing is letting the air out just a little bit at a time. The August move was hastily ordered and just as quickly pulled...

  • Stock markets eye Parliament's Winter Session; auto, FMCG, logistics stocks in focus

    FINANCIAL EXPRESS - 11/23/2015

    The tumbling benchmark indices Sensex and Nifty are now eyeing the Winter session of Parliament for further direction, which will see important bills like Goods and Services Tax (GST) and Land bills tabling. Key benchmark indices have plunged over 5 per cent since the beginning of the ongoing calendar year due to China currency devaluation, corporate earnings, Bihar election results and...

  • BoE in danger of losing the currency war - RBS

    Investopedia.com - 11/23/2015

    FXStreet (Delhi) – Paul Robson, Senior Trading Desk FX Strategist at RBS, suggests that the BoE may ultimately have to accept that the exchange rate has become a more...

  • BAML: Get ready for the biggest Chinese devaluation in more than 25 years

    Business Insider Indonesia - 11/23/2015

    A yuan banknote is displayed next to a U.S. dollar banknote (back) for the photographer at a money changer inside the Taoyuan International Airport March 18, 2010. There was a frenzy of speculation about Chinese currency devaluation earlier this year after a series of surprise moves that weakened the yuan (also called the renminbi) against the dollar. With hindsight, most analystsâ–Ş ...


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