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FX Outlook; Global Edge
September 19, 2013 Posted by
In this webinar we review the advantages of doing business in Ireland, with an in-depth discussion of intellectual property strategy.
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FX Outlook
February 15, 2011 Posted by
The Israeli economy has remained strong throughout the financial crisis. Recent estimates of Q4 GDP in 2010 have topped 4.5 percent. This solid economic performance, coupled with relatively high benchmark interest rates at 2.25 percent and a hawkish central bank have been attracting inflows of foreign capital.
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FX Outlook; Asia
December 27, 2010 Posted by
While the U.S. unleashes a stampede of fiscal and monetary stimulus to keep its economy from stalling and deflation from taking hold, China is wrestling with a festering inflation problem and has begun taking steps to rein in its policy accommodation measures.
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FX Outlook
November 08, 2010 Posted by
Since the Fed first indicated that it was prepared to provide additional support for the U.S. economy on Aug 27, the U.S. dollar index has dropped 6.5 percent.
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FX Outlook
September 21, 2010 Posted by
Low growth, high unemployment and heavy debt burdens plague the economies of many developed nations. Despite massive amounts of monetary and fiscal stimulus, long-term bond yields are being driven lower as sub-par growth and the specter of price disinflation — even outright deflation — is the near-term concern.
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FX Outlook
July 27, 2010 Posted by
The last time that my thoughts were graciously accepted into this forum, I took the opportunity to explore the European sovereign debt crisis from a data-driven, balanced viewpoint.
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FX Outlook
June 22, 2010 Posted by

As a rule, I prefer to avoid the use of these acronyms whenever possible. In this case, however, I simply could not resist a nod to George Orwell's Animal Farm. In the novel you may recall that the pigs, who held a leadership position on the farm and became increasingly content with the perks associated with their power, eventually changed one of the central rules governing the farm from "all animals are equal" to "all animals are equal, but some are more equal than others." A similar theme can be applied to the troubled euro zone countries commonly referred to as the PIIGS (Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Spain).

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