Each week QFINANCE.com brings you some of the biggest news stories from the past five days (June 20 – 26, 2014) in finance and business – essential reading to keep you up to date with the latest topics.
I have a suggestion for the BoE. Just say nothing at all about the next move in the base rate. At least you won’t give the impression that you’re making it up as you go along.
Having been badly rocked by financial outflows and a falling exchange rate in 2013, as a consequence of the Federal Reserve's introduction of tapering, 2014 saw the Indonesian economy surging. However, with the Presidential elections due to be held on 9 July 2014, Indonesia's two presidential contenders are touting some really hare-brained economic policy schemes in their bid to secure votes.
Each week QFINANCE.com brings you five things to look out for in the week ahead (23-06-2014). Essential news that will shape the week and help you keep ahead in the world of business and finance.
Despite China’s widely discussed economic slowdown, annual GDP growth remains above 7%, implying little cause for alarm – at least for now. The question is whether the government’s efforts to implement structural reforms and transform the economy’s growth model are working – that is, whether internal imbalances continue to threaten long-term economic performance.
Each week QFINANCE.com brings you some of the biggest news stories from the past five days (June 13 – 19, 2014) in finance and business – essential reading to keep you up to date with the latest topics.
In last month’s European Parliament election, euroskeptic and extremist parties won 25% of the popular vote, with the biggest gains chalked up in France, the United Kingdom, and Greece. These results were widely, and correctly, interpreted as showing the degree of disconnect between an arrogant European elite and ordinary citizens.
The EU has given considerable thought over the last year or so to the puzzle surrounding how best to bring some EU-wide uniformity to providing legal protection for trade secrets. Recently, its efforts on this front have resulted in the publication of a report entitled 'Study on Trade Secrets and Confidential Business information in the Internal Market'.
From its founding in 1991, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has had two objectives written into its charter, namely advancing democracy and helping to build robust economies in the nations in which it invests.
Each week QFINANCE.com brings you five things to look out for in the week ahead (16-06-2014). Essential news that will shape the week and help you keep ahead in the world of business and finance.