Archive for October, 2015


Alibaba Sales Shrug off Fears of a Slowdown

Sales on Alibaba have defied expectations and that is bringing new hope for stability and growth in the Chinese economy. Sales of Alibaba Group Holding have risen to heights that have crossed the expectations of the market experts. This has definitely defied the signs of slowdown of the native Chinese economy. The sales of the […]

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The UK Economic Growth Slowdown is Feared

Britain might be feeling the effects of the global slowdown headed by the Chinese economy as its construction and manufacturing sectors have contracted in the second quarter. The signs of economic slowdown of growth are apparent in the UK economy. The construction sector has seen a fall by 2.2% in the third quarter, while the […]

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China is Not Game for a Federal Rate Hike

China has cut down its interest rates. But, it’s hoped that the Federal Reserve does not nullify its rate cut with an increase in the U.S. Fed rates. Eye on the Fed Meeting There is no doubt that the recent cut in the interest rates by China is due to the struggle that its economy […]

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The Reasons Behind GE Finance Being Unwounded

It has been in the news for a while now that GE Capital has been unwinding its finance arm. Many might wonder what could be the reasons behind it and whether it signifies fading profits of the venture. That is partly true and there have been changes in regulations that have made it less profitable […]

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What is expected from a Leader in Modern Finance?

For those who are in the world of finance, they might find that the old rules that they lived and worked by do not apply anymore. It is being seen that, those who are clinging onto technologies that are old and strategies that are traditional are unable to stop more efficient competitors from moving ahead. […]

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Financing a Vineyard Might Become a Difficult Dream to Achieve

Today, more and more banks are seeing vineyard buyers emerge, ready to pursue the dream of becoming wine makers in places like Silicon Valley or San Francisco. The end dream of these entrepreneurs is to have their own label of wine which they will use to lure friends and customers and wine and dine with […]

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Policy Makers are Confused About the Way Forward

With the China market slowing down in August, the international world of finance is feeling its impact even now. The policy makers are now worried about signs of the global economic growth slowing down. The need of the hour is to find growth engines that can help to take the global economy forward. The topic […]

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Currency Wars Solution to the Current Global Growth

The decision of China’s policy makers to tweak the exchange rate of the country against the dollar leads to several reactions across the different global economies. This event occurred in August which started off a chain reaction of uncertainties in the global market and reactions in the currency market as well. Discussion focus Many might […]

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Careers in Finance Hold Steady despite Global Turmoil

Today there are several students who are taking up the challenges and risks of starting up new ventures and startups. They are participating in finance as well as insurance jobs as well as in services related to the technical sector. For those who are on the verge of choosing a career and wondering how the […]

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