Mon, 14 May 2012 07:07:00 +0400
Last week Credit Suisse Group released a sensational report. According to it, the urban population of emerging economies will make 50% of the global population by 2037. It appears that the analysts show investors which countries (and currencies) they should pay attention to when planning long-term investments. The list includes: China, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam . They also provided the list of those countries that will lose their investment attractiveness due to excessive urbanization. These are the USA, EU states etc.
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According to the recent report published by Markit Economics, the business activity in the Eurozone (19 countries) declined in September 2015. In particular, the Eurozone’s PMIs dropped down to 53,6 points, all the way down from 54,3points seen 4 weeks before, Market Leader reports.
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According to the latest reports published by official Japanese statistic agencies, Japanese employees get bigger paychecks on average last month. However, the experts say that the pace of income growth slowed down over the reporting period. Some of them view this slowdown as a reason for extra stimuli for the national economy.
According to the recent report published by TD Securities, with reference to the data published by the Department of Economics and Trade at the University of Melbourne, September’s inflation figures were equal to 0,3% relative to the previous readings of 0,1%. The year-over-year dynamics also showed an increase fro, 1,7% up to 1,9% over the reporting period.
We live in a mobile world where people are always on the go. Forex traders are no exception. Therefore, it is crucial for the trader to be able to access important market data and monitor trades anywhere.
The first month of autumn - September, is over, and we are again visiting the vice-rector of Masterforex-V Academy Sergei Cherepanov (nick at forum Rich Man), who supervises traders in an innovative project pro-rebate.com.
The contemporary international Forex industry is hard to imagine without endless bonuses and promos offered by all kinds of Forex brokers operating in the industry. Apparently, this is done to attract new clients and stimulate existing ones. At first sight it looks like It is all about loyalty and reputation. The winners of various promos get luxurious prizes while the participants of bonus offers enjoy some kind of a safety cushion. This how it should be.