Category: Europe

Trans pacific partnership

TTIP and TPP, what can we expect from these Free Trade Agreements

The global productivity remains at its lowest level, inflation is now next to be negative in many developed countries, the central banks have already used their Bazookas and the world bank has corrected on the downside its previsions for the world economic growth. The global currency war boosted by the many QE, seems not the...

Why the world is about to enter into a Liquidity Trap

Why the world is about to enter into a Liquidity Trap?

In the last few days we have been informed by the statistic offices that Japan’s economy has plunged again into deflation. Mainly for the same reasons, the Euro zone is also experimenting another drop in the negative territory of the core inflation index. It seems like the World is about to enter into the Liquidity...

Should you start buying Greek stocks ?

Should you start buying Greek stocks ?

The deep drop of the Greek market according to our opinion should be considered as an opportunity to start buying. This means you should start accumulating stocks for the next 2-3 years. Through the accumulating program you can have a reasonable average price in the portfolio of many Greek stocks, especially the bank stocks. However...

Foreign exchange, Libor and Euribor manipulation. What else?

The right question in fact is not that, but which market is not manipulated? Can you guess the answer? No one. Markets are constructed and manipulated every day from the beginning and this Is often normal and even legal. This is true from the moment that have been invented words like; market makers, market movers,...

The end of the Swiss bank secrecy

Today’s agreement between the European Commission and the government of the small country is not the first of its genre. We have seen similar agreements also in the past between different countries of the EU and the Swiss government. This time it seems to be a little different. According to the official statement released by...

Deflation in the UK

It’s since 1960 that deflation hasn’t appeared in the UK. Data released Tuesday by the national statistic institute tell us that deflation is back. The consumer price index fell 0.1 % in April compared with the same month of year 2014. This fact seems to be really strange at the first look. By now there...