Category Archives: Money

What to watch in markets this week: Tech stocks, the jobs report and more

Das erste halbe Jahr wie im Flug vergangen und die Bestände haben sicherlich eine Menge für Sie zu zeigen.

Der S&P 500 und der Dow Jones industrial average eingekerbt, die größte in der ersten Halbzeit gewinnt seit 2013. Der tech-schwere Nasdaq composite, währenddessen Sie in den Staub Links, wogende 14,2 Prozent auf post von seiner besten start in ein Jahr seit 2009.

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The real measures of growth are making a former Obama aide ‘a lot more bearish’

The unemployment rate is at a 16-year low and the major stock indexes are scrape the sky — but the former Labour Secretary Seth Harris says he has reason to doubt the strength of the labor market.

“For me, the big number is the wages, the real wage is always the same,” said Harris, who served during the Obama administration.

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Bloomberg announced the start of the largest restructuring of the Russian economy

Russia’s economy is experiencing change, the largest in the last 15 years. At the same time, the authorities that accompanied the conversion”, without fanfare and hype,” by similar changes in Saudi Arabia, (Kingdom launched the Vision 2030 program to the end of April).

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Warren Buffett’s $1 million risk on oil

Oil costs get crashed this year, but Warren Buffett is not afraid. He bet almost $1 billion to the sector since the beginning of the year. That is how much Phillips has bought 66 shares Berkshire Hathaway since Jan. 3, according to the company, the most recent made Wednesday, it was submissions.

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US Fed member says banks are still too big to fail

The latest U.S.-based Bank-member does not go required to smash the banks, and says post-financial crisis, security measures go far enough. Neel Kashkari, the President of the Minneapolis Fed, said that banks should be separated into “smaller, less connected, less important people”. The former Goldman Sachs Executive urged to go to the Congress, the Dodd-Frank Act of 2010.

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Brexit vote may spark recession

The Bank of England has given its blatant warning yet that the UK could vote to leave the EU, met the economy.

A leave vote cause sterling to fall and unemployment to rise, according to the latest minutes of its monetary policy Committee (MPC). Mark Carney, the Bank Governor warned that the risks “, could possibly even a technical recession.”

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Budget 2016: economic fitness regime in the UK

The Problem with the self-imposed goals is that, if you break them, nobody cares as much as you are. A bit of bad weather and you don’t go out for this run. A lazy day and your low-carb regime dumped.

As with diets, so with Budgets. George Osborne, economic policy is oriented to the self-imposed goals, to “economic reason”.

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The head of US Treasury believes that sanctions significantly harm Russia

Jack Lew said that the recommendation of the US authorities to buy the banks of the Russian Eurobonds, in fact, that was part of the sanctions policy.

WASHINGTON. US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said that the Western sanctions on Russia damage significantly.

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