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2014/12/20 18:56
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Submitted by David Collum via Peak Prosperity, Background “I don't write about what I know: I write to find out what I know.” ~Patricia Hampl Every December, I write a Year in Reviewref 1–7 first...
2014/12/20 18:56
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2014/12/19 13:50
2014/12/19 13:50
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Yields fall as ECB to push risk on to weaker countries Reports that some nations may have to set aside extra provisions to cover potential losses European Central Bank officials are considering ways...
2014/12/19 13:11
2014/12/19 13:11
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A small Italian city near Naples is renowned for producing 'the best fake euros in the world'. Modern digital technology makes it extremely easy for counterfeiters to reproduce banknotes [AFP] In...
2014/12/18 13:27
2014/12/18 13:27
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Oil drop sends major central banks in different directions FRANKFURT/LONDON/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The world's major central banks are scrambling to work through the implications of the near halving...
2014/12/18 12:57
2014/12/18 12:57
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After drifting unchanged for much of the overnight session, US futures exploded higher shortly after the previously noted SNB's NIRP announcement, which took place at 2 am eastern, which made it...
2014/12/18 12:16
2014/12/18 12:16
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German business confidence rose for a second month in a sign that Europe’s largest economy is overcoming the weakness it hit earlier in the year. The Ifo institute’s business climate index, based on...
2014/12/18 12:16
2014/12/18 12:16
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As Mario Draghi prepares to push the European Central Bank into quantitative easing, he’s counting the cost of alienating its home nation. With the ECB president signaling that he’ll override...
2014/12/18 12:06
2014/12/18 12:06
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The Ifo institute’s business climate index, based on a survey of 7,000 executives, advanced to 105.5 in December from 104.7 in November, when it rose for the first time in seven months. That matches...
2014/12/18 10:49
2014/12/18 10:49
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FRANKFURT--German business confidence improved for the second consecutive month, a key indicator showed Thursday, as the eurozone's largest economy benefits from lower oil prices and a weaker...
2014/12/17 13:09
2014/12/17 13:09
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The bloc's statistics agency on Wednesday confirmed that consumer prices in the 18 countries that share the euro were just 0.3% higher than in the same month of 2013, while they were 0.4% higher in...
2014/12/17 08:49
2014/12/17 08:49
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AFP/Getty Images Right across Europe, over the course of the last year, a series of European countries have been demanding that their gold reserves, which are often stored in different nations, are...
2014/12/16 18:56
2014/12/16 18:56
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Via Scotiabank's Guy Haselmann, The current market environment means that prices of securities can move wildly and to previously unforeseen and unexpected levels. For many, P&L management and...
2014/12/16 09:50
2014/12/16 09:50
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Bundesbank says may cut inflation forecast due to oil price Related Topics FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Germany's Bundesbank said on Monday it would have to cut its 2015 inflation forecast if recent...
2014/12/16 09:06
2014/12/16 09:06
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... feeling very sharp competition and we expect further competition in 2015,” said Helmut Straubinger, head of credit at Bayerische Landesbausparkasse, a Munich-based lender that lost market share...
2014/12/15 20:39
2014/12/15 20:39
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s pension reform, which created new incentives for early retirement, will make labour demographics worse. Europe’s supposed economic powerhouse is silently running out...
2014/12/15 14:49
2014/12/15 14:49
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Wikipedia/Arne Schambeck Karl Otto Pöhl, who died last week, was a legendary central banker who could teach today’s crop a few lessons. Karl Otto Pöhl, president of the German Bundesbank for 11 1/2...
2014/12/15 02:06
2014/12/15 02:06
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Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is finally getting a pay raise -- and so, too, are a growing number of workers throughout the industrial world. Wages are beginning to climb in the U.S., Japan,...
2014/12/14 14:42
2014/12/14 14:42
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There’s a little bit of whistling in the wind coming from the Italian Economy Minister here, being a little hopeful, as he argues that as nothing else will work therefore quantitative easing from the...
2014/12/14 01:46
2014/12/14 01:46
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THE darkest days of the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis in 2011-12 were when we found out several of its governments had been living on tick every bit as much as the banks and households in the run-up...
2014/12/13 16:09
2014/12/13 16:09
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Jens Weidmann, the Bundesbank president, told a French newspaper that he feared last month's decision to give France more time to spell out plans to fix its budget deficit risked giving the impression...
2014/12/20 18:56
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