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tambolistangku 21h
"Further supporting crude prices have been U.S. sanctions against oil exporters and OPEC-members Iran and Venezuela."
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Michael Wheaton 15h
Our Practice Director for Morgan Philips Executive Search in Scotland, Iain Atkinson, gave us a good glimpse of Edinburgh’s bustling business landscape, and some valuable insights into how the executive search market is changing.
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sharon hartles Feb 17
Workers in are STILL paying the bill as rates set to soar Fallout from the Aug currency meltdown has resulted in month on month decline in industrial production Over a decade after the global Turkey still grapples with its recessive effects!
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tambolistangku 42m
"Currency moves could have an impact on the economy and prices, so it's crucial we take into account these factors when guiding monetary policy," Kuroda told parliament.
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Drooms 21h
Markets always bounce back, but sometimes the climb back to the heights is slower than the drop from them. The U.S. market, like the rest of the economy, took years to recover from the shock of the 2008 . Learn more -
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Alison Dealy 8h
Replying to @ewarren
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Adelina Marini Feb 12
Replying to @AdelinaMarini
Dijsselbloem: We're still not very dynamic, not very shock-resilient and we still have a lot of national politicians
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Adelina Marini Feb 12
Replying to @AdelinaMarini
Dijsselbloem: In Europe, it took us about 4 years to realize how bad it was
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BankTEL Systems 13h
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Stephen Loynd Feb 14
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2. "’s economy, like the rest of Europe’s, is growing faster than before the 2008 & creating jobs. But the work they could find pays a fraction of the combined 80,000-euro annual income they once earned."
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master_k Feb 17
buffet Making a big profit by buying and selling after the collapse, I summarized Warren Buffett's actions at the time of stock market crash.
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don Feb 13
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Adelina Marini Feb 12
Replying to @AdelinaMarini
Dijsselbloem: We were foolish enough to accept 's proposal to impose levies on their banks
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Richard M. Bowen Feb 17
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Adelina Marini Feb 12
Replying to @AdelinaMarini
Dijsselbloem: We should have and only gradually share the risks. We should accept that we have differences
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Dr Alex Koh Feb 14
Next Global financial crisis is likely to be the credit bubble popping causing property crash, unplayable credit loans and student debt. Family household needs to start online monitisation to cushion that crash with extra cash and income.
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ME Group Holdings Feb 16
Is it time for an independent inquiry into the full range of consumer detriment caused by pre mortgages? Banks fined, investors compensated, but borrowers continue to suffer.
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Dont scare Me, colonizer Feb 11
Replying to @nytimes
is a , waiting to cause the next for Some. As said it best: ‘BP are used to This (poor) living, so welcome, join us’...
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Wayne Nelson 15h
PPT is here to stay. This is the After the 2008 the Fed and politicians said, "Never again." Mind you, this does not mean the market can't or won't go down. There will always be the need for and dynamics.
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Richard M. Bowen 6h
Want to know about my experience in the last ? "Business Ethics Lessons Learned...: A Citigroup Whistleblower’s Perspective" looks into and my experience as a .
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