15 octobre 2008

Will the world solve the problems of the rich and let the poor suffer from hunger?

It seems that the only thing that can waver the world is the plight of the rich. Because the world does not respond to numerous calls to save the poor and hungry. If it does, it is only through symbolic aid that never goes hand in hand with the volume of the crisis. At a time when central banks of the largest industrialized countries have pumped more than 3,5 trillion dollars in less than a month to save the world economy of the financial crisis that threatens it, industrialized countries have paid only a pittance to save the... [Lire la suite]
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25 septembre 2008

The "Subprime" ... The story of a Financial trick hiden under a humanitarian idea

There are more than a year, the crisis of mortgages with high-risk "Subprime" hit the U.S. economy and led to heavy losses for banks in the world. Losses have reached 350 billion dollars while the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said they would amount to a trillion dollars in coming years. While observers expected the decline of the effects of the crisis and the recovery of the global economy, especially after the exchange price of the dollar had increased in front of major currencies in the world and rates of inflation... [Lire la suite]
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22 septembre 2008

Global financial crisis: Is the world going towards a return to state control on the economy?

At the time that signs showed a sort of recovery of the world economy, the dollar resumed its rise to major world currencies. But, while inflation rates in all countries fell, the world woke up on Monday, September 14th with the news of the collapse of the "Lehman Brothers" bank, one of the five largest banks in USA, because of its losses due to mortgages at a high risk "subprime" that hit the world economy during the summer of 2007. After the U.S. administration has managed to save the two... [Lire la suite]
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12 août 2008

The Russian-Georgian conflict ... a threat to the future of the Georgian economy

It seems that the Russian-Georgian conflict, which erupted last Wednesday because of the separatist territory of South Ossetia, loyal to Russia, will have a significant impact on the future of the Georgian economy, and may end a period of prosperity and economic growth. After the difficult years the country had faced since its independence in 1991 from the former Soviet Union and until the "revolution of Roses" in 2003, which led to the resignation of former Georgian President Eduard Shevardnadze and the arrival of... [Lire la suite]
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11 août 2008

The Russian-Georgian conflict raises fears in the oil market

In the moment where oil prices began to decline on world markets, and after that a barrel of oil has lost about 30 dollars of its price in two weeks, the conflict triggered wednesday between Russia and Georgia because of "south Ossetia", a Georgian separatist province "pro-Moscow", has raised fears of Western countries on energy supply and re-ignited oil prices. The violent fighting in the Caucasus region weaken the situation of Georgia as a vital corridor for the transfer of oil from the Caspian Sea to the... [Lire la suite]
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06 août 2008

French banks continue to suffer from the subprime

A year after the "earthquake" of the mortgages at higher risk (subprime) crisis, which hit the property sector in the USA and which has led to the financial crisis affecting the banking industry in the world, French banks continue to suffer from aftershocks of this crisis. Despite the statement by the "BNP Paribas" Bank, in which the bank says have made a net profit of 1,5 billion euros during the second quarter of the current year, these profits were 34% less compared to the same period in 2007. In a... [Lire la suite]
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05 août 2008

The American car manufacturers are suffering Europeans resistant

The global automotive industry shows a dramatic slowdown this year, influenced by successive crises that have hit the world economy since June 2007, leaving the crisis in mortgages to high-risk "subprime" the USA, which in turn, leads to the global financial crisis experienced by the big banks, rising by rising raw material prices, rising inflation rates in the world and soaring oil prices at a time when fears a recession in the U.S. economy is increasing. The U.S. automotive market, the largest in the world, saw its sales... [Lire la suite]
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26 février 2008

Rising prices of agricultural products on international markets: structural problem

The unprecedented increase of  agricultural products prices the international market is a global phenomenon which results from the rising purchasing power in emerging countries like China and the development of research on clean energy, while the speculation on raw materials are well underway. The index of the United Nations Food and Agriculture "FAO", which determines the prices of foodstuffs in the World, shows an increase of 40% over last year. On the top of foodstuffs whose prices rose cmes the wheat, which has... [Lire la suite]
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17 février 2008

According to economists, threats of Venezuela to stop its oil exports to the USA are not applicable

As Venezuela threated, once more, to deprive the USA of venezuelan oil in response to its conflict with the U.S.oil group "Exxon Mobil", experts exclude the idea that Caracas apply this procedure. It would, in their view, have negative effects on Venezuela itself. According to "France 24", Elio Oheb, editor of the American magazine "World Petroleum" said that the USA is the leading buyer of Venezuelan oil, with 3,2 million barrels per day, but this amount represents only 10% of U.S. oil imports. Oheb... [Lire la suite]
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28 décembre 2007

The Crisis of mortgages in the United States threatens the world economy in 2008

Many American economists expect that 2008 will be a bad year for the world economy after the crisis that struck the housing loans with high risk "Subprime" sector in the United States last summer. This is in addition to rising oil prices and the low exchange rate of U.S. dollar. In this context, Nariman Behraoc, chief of the Economics Department at Global Insight, estimates that the performance of the U.S. economy during 2008 will be bad while the European economy will be weak. She says that the U.S. economy... [Lire la suite]
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