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What’s Making Us Economy a World Beater? Five Factors

by Vanity Press News in Government, July 5, 2014
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What’s making US economy a world beater? five factors.

Consumer Confidence in The Euro Zone Up, Economy Will Raised

by LnB in Government, May 29, 2014
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BRUSSELS – Eurozone economic sentiment showed a recovery in May this year and inflation expectations also start to grow significantly since December last year.

Slowing Manufacturing Sector Compensation Service Europe

by LnB in Government, May 22, 2014
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ZURICH – The increase in the index of industrial services contribute to economic revival in the euro area in May this year following a slowdown in the manufacturing sector.

Financial News : Unexpected Announcements of Us Fed

by citrachan in Government, March 26, 2014
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The announcement of new FED president, Janet Yellen, caused a stir in the markets when saying interest rates would rise, six months after the monetary stimulus program (re-purchase of bonuses) had finished.

France’s Credit Rating Cut by S&p to Aa

by mcgloire347 in Government, November 11, 2013
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France’s credit rating cut by S&P to AA.

Exchange / Paris: CAC Bounces Less Concerned About Syria (1.84%)

by hayakhan in Government, September 2, 2013
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The Paris Bourse rose back above 4,000 points (1.84%) closed Monday, regaining ground thanks to a temporary easing of fears over a possible strike in Syria and economic indicators positive.

Greece: Missing Four Billion Euros by The End of 2014

by hayakhan in Government, July 26, 2013
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The lack of some four billion euros to finance the program of aid to Greece by the end of 2014, a European official said Friday, considering however that this amount was not huge and solutions are found.

The Main Portuguese Stock Index, PSI 20, Was Still Positive Today, Following The European Trend, with Shares of BCP to Value More Than 1% at The Start of a Week Shorter Than Usual

by Rui Rodrigues in Government, April 2, 2013
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The main Portuguese stock index, PSI 20, was still positive today, following the European trend, with shares of BCP to value more than 1% at the start of a week shorter than usual.

Central Banks and Their Activities?

by teima10 in Government, January 23, 2013
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Thing you should know about this institut.

Greeks are Now Increasingly The Verge of Collapse

by dantesarge in Government, November 9, 2012
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Greece tossed blindly without being willing to help.

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