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(Reuters) - Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi sought to support the battered euro on Wednesday, but the currency extended its decline on a report that China was reviewing its euro holdings. Geithner told Europeans that financial markets want to see euro zone countries put into action their $1 trillion standby package designed to stabilize the currency, and Berlusconi called on European partners to follow his lead and impose austerity to help solve the euro zone debt crisis. But a Financial Times report injected new uncertainty. The British newspaper's website said ...
and the country's largest and most populated municipality (central area), with over 2.7 million residents in . While the population of the urban area was estimated by Eurostat to have been 3.46 million in 2004, the metropolitan area of Rome was estimated by OECD to have had a population of 3.7 million no later than 2006. The city of Rome is located in the central-western portion of the Italian Peninsula , on the Tiber river within the Lazio region of Italy . Rome's history spans over two and a half thousand years . It was the capital city of the Roman Kingdom , the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire , which was a ...
Express » China exports up 44 percent in spite of global fears
— China defied widespread fears about a new slowdown in the global economy to record another surge in exports last month compared to the same period last year, although the figures will also draw attention again to whether the Chinese currency remains undervalued. A 44 percent increase in exports last month year-on-year led China to rack up another large monthly trade surplus in June, the $20 billion result adding to the surplus of $19.5 billion in May, which could indicate that China’s external surplus might balloon again in the second half of the year. The Chinese central bank announced on June 19 that it ... market research, surveys and trends
Flight in the Swiss franc | Fortune 500 Global
The Swiss flag flies on the middle bridge in Basel. At peak daily flow of up to € 7 billion in the Swiss franc . Source: AP This time there are no tax authorities, the German drive into the alpine country investors , and this time they fear something worse : since the outbreak of the crisis, the fear is rife Greece against inflation and purchasing power of the euro. His clients have opened since the end of May the dozen non-interest bearing accounts and Swiss franc traded at € 1.5 million francs , the head of a small savings bank said in South Baden. In Germany’s largest online bank Comdirect is invested in foreign ... market research, surveys and trends


Euro Worries May Trigger China, India Capital Flight ...
Jun. 7 – India is likely to see flight of capital from its equity and debt markets in the next six months as global investors hesitate to pour money outside the United States due to the European debt crisis, a FICCI survey said. The FICCI, a combined network of Indian chambers of commerce, said: “With de-leveraging (belt-tightening) expected to continue in the global markets, there is likely to be flight of capital from equity markets in emerging economies, including India.” The report also said that debt flows could be impacted. The unfolding events on the global economic landscape, particularly in Europe, would ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Macro Funds Add $2.5 Billion as Trades Proliferate - BusinessWeek
June 24 (Bloomberg) -- Hedge funds that bet on economic trends are attracting cash at almost double last year’s pace as they seek to profit from events such as Europe’s sovereign debt crisis and China’s decision to let the yuan trade more freely. So-called macro funds pulled in $2.5 billion through April, compared with $4 billion in all of 2009, according to researcher BarclayHedge Ltd. of Fairfield, Iowa. The category had the second-highest average returns after fixed-income funds in the past 36 months, even after losing 1.2 percent in May, data from Chicago-based Hedge Fund Research Inc. show. The challenge ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Japan markets may face some pressure after vote
A foreign exchange dealer walks past a graph displaying movements of U.S. dollar and Japanese yen exchange rates at a dealing room in Tokyo July 6, 2010. Credit: Reuters/Yuriko Nakao By Charlotte Cooper , Chief Markets Correspondent TOKYO | Sun Jul 11, 2010 11:57am EDT TOKYO (Reuters) - Japanese shares and government bonds may face initial selling pressure on Monday after the government lost an upper house election, a reverse that could thwart its ambitions to curb public debt. Longer term, though, markets will eye which smaller parties the ruling Democratic Party allies with, what policy compromises it makes and whether that ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Yen Weakens Against Euro on Japan Elections; Most Stocks Rise
July 12 (Bloomberg) -- The yen weakened on concern efforts to cut Japan’s government debt will slow after the ruling party lost control of the upper house. Most Asian stocks rose, led by Japanese exporters and commodity producers. The yen weakened against all 16 of its most-active counterparts at 2:17 p.m., to 112.16 per euro from 112.01 in New York on July 9. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index was little changed Standard & Poor’s 500 Index futures slipped 0.3 percent. Copper retreated following a 4.8 percent gain last week. The Democratic Party of Japan won 44 seats in the upper house, less than the main opposition’s ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Do China's capital controls still bind? Implications for monetary ...
United States to any greater extent than the euro area. This observation is consistent with the view that capital controls in China remain binding. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
“China's Exchange Rate Regime” by Morris Goldstein Dennis ...
of China's capital account will almost surely proceed in stages. ... global exchange rate adjustment will fall, for example, on the euro, exacerbating ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Fifth Euro-China Forum
On November 12 and 13 2007, the 6th Euro-China Forum is taking place in Lisbon, capital of Portugal. The 6th Euro-China Forum is under the High Patronage of Mr Anibal Cavaco Silva, President of the Portuguese Republic. During the Portuguese Presidency of the European Union, one month after the 17th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party and two weeks before the 10th EU-China Summit, the 6th Euro-China Forum provides a platform for both stimulating and useful exchanges. An initiative by the Academia Sinica Europæa – “a unique space for dialogue” in the words (on January 10 2003) of former ...
Will the Euro completely crash and be removed as a currency? Why ...
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