Showing posts with label Markets. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Markets. Show all posts

Friday, January 20, 2017

Hammond says interim Brexit deal possible

Interim arrangements for Britain's exit from the EU will be put in place if discussions are making good progress but "haven't quite got there" within two years, Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said this morning.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Friday, March 18, 2016

Saudi- Coalition: UN report on Yemen lacks evidence

UN report on Yemen lacks evidence
The United Nations does not base its reports on solid “evidence,” the spokesman for the Arab coalition told Al Arabiya News Channel, after a report from the international body stated that the alliance had caused the vast majority of civilian deaths in Yemen.

Monday, January 18, 2016

Le prix du baril de Brent a battu son record à la baisse depuis 12 ans

 Les prix du pétrole se sont enfoncés encore un peu plus dans le rouge lundi matin, affichant un repli supplémentaire de 2,2%. De tels niveaux de prix n’avaient pas été atteints depuis 12 ans.

Friday, October 23, 2015

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Putin says Russian economy will rebound (economic downturn will last two years at most)

Russian President Putin has attempted to assuage fears of economic collapse and promised rapid recovery as he faced hundreds of journalists amid the worst financial crisis of his rule.
Speaking at his annual press-conference on Thursday, the Russian leader said that the economic downturn will last two years at the most and he promised to support the poorest segment of the population.

Russian PM demands to restore order at currency market

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev on Wednesday warned citizens and companies of attempting to make profit in the current unstable financial situation, calling the ongoing events at the currency market a "game of emotions."

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

€28 million package for Baltic Milk Producers (EC -19.11.14)

From the Official Website of the EC, Press release:

"The European Commission yesterday confirmed its intention to adopt a €28m support package for milk producers in Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. This new package will be the latest in a series adopted by the European Commission in response to the Russian ban on the importation of certain EU agricultural products.

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

UN General Assembly Votes to Negotiate Sovereign Debt Restructuring. (The United States voted against the resolution)

Reacting to Argentina's battle about its past debts with what it calls predatory hedge funds, the UN General Assembly on Tuesday approved a resolution by 124 votes to 11, with 41 abstaining, which "decides to elaborate and adopt through a process of intergovernmental negotiations, as a matter of priority during its sixty-ninth session, a multilateral legal framework for sovereign debt restructuring processes."

The United States voted against the resolution, sponsored by the Group of 77 and China, saying that it would introduce uncertainty into financial markets.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Il sera difficile pour les entreprises européennes de revenir sur le marché russe (Poutine)

Il sera difficile pour les entreprises de l'UE qui ont quitté le marché russe en raison des sanctions de revenir, a déclaré le président russe Vladimir Poutine dans une interview accordée à la chaîne de télévision russe Perviy Kanal.

« Le danger pour nos fournisseurs traditionnels consiste en le fait que lorsque certaines structures ou entreprises s’installent sur un marché (nous parlons de marché russe), il sera très difficile, voire presque impossible de les chasser de ce marché à l’avenir », a indiqué le président russe. 

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

"Argentina is under speculative attack" (Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich)

After the US dollar informal rate broke a new record yesterday, advancing 22 cents to 14.20 pesos, Cabinet Chief Jorge Capitanich accused vulture funds of carrying out “speculative attacks against the (peso) currency” to “systematically erode the government’s credibility and trust.”
The chief of ministers pointed out that the vulture funds act through “powerful international lobbies” and local “opposition leaders, unions and concentrated media groups” to carry out “insidious attacks” against President Kirchner and her government.

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