14 May 07:07 AM
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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After hitting today's high at 1.3524, the common currency declined down to 1.3518 at the beginning of the European trading session. The decline was caused by weaker-than-expected economic data from Germany published a couple of hours ago by Destatis.
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