Wpisy oznaczone tagiem "Recession" (29)  

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adriennewhite
 

Forex is an ocean full of opportunities. The sheer size and reach of the market opens up immense possibilities for earning handsome return on their investments in short span of time. Like the rest of the world, forex markets too have been affected by the global financial recession.
Global recession has been even more severe because of the failure of multi national banks which have been actively involved in forex - timeforforex.info  trading. The panic caused due to the reckless decisions made by some premier financial institutions has caused severe credit crises which had affected the nation�s economy to a large extent. Due to the credit freeze many corporations are unable to avail bank credit which has affected the overall manufacturing capacity of the country. All this is not good for the nation�s economy which affects its currency too.

Poor financial state of a country depreciates the value of the currency against other currencies. This primarily means that all fiat currencies which are not backed by any collateral, loose their value because of the loss of investor faith in that country and its economy.

Another reason why currency value goes down is because of the efforts of the government to kick start the stalling economy, they indulge in quantitative easing which essentially means printing paper money to cover up for government deficits, expenditures and for de-freezing the credit market. Since the government is printing money without backing it with some collateral, the worth of the printed money is not more than the actual cost of the paper. This severely affects the overall currency as investors start loosing their faith and they turn towards real assets like gold and silver which have some intrinsic values. Movement of money from currencies to physical assets like gold also has a huge impact on the currency market.

Recessions are always painful causing widespread panic in various parts of the country. Currency value depends primarily upon the economic stability of the nation. This happens because of the free floating nature of the currencies, as markets price these currencies in accordance to their countries economic stability and prosperity. Trading in forex in time of recession can be tricky because of the lack of any clear information and indicators. A clear strategy at this point may be to stay patient and trade only when indicators show some clear signs and opportunities.

Recession has some advantages too, as smart investors can purchase a large amount of currency at discounted prices which they can sell at least two- three times their purchase value after the recession is over. Traders here should only buy major currencies like GB Pound or US dollar which has a high probability to bounce back after the financial panic is over.
 

kciuk-pl
 
The outrageous Greece bailout plan, written by bankers, floods banks and speculators with free taxpayer money and doesn't put a cent of investment into Greece. European finance ministers meet in 3 days, let's send them a massive call to go ...

Link: www.kciuk.pl/Click-here-to-call-on-European-lead…
 

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What do people in the world's tenth largest economy do in a severe recession? They stop taking the bus, fill up their tanks, and start driving. It's happening all over California.

Link: reason.com/(…)golden-state-off-the-rails-as…

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webspot
 
With issues of airport security back in the news, I'll throw in my 2 cents. After all, I was on an airplane recently, and since I don't know when I will be again, this may be my only chance to grouse.

Link: www.upi.com/(…)UPI-15931263186300…

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The story of the Great Depression is often told in pictures: while few people recognize the names "Smoot-Hawley" or "Schechter Poultry," photos of bank runs and bread lines continue to pack a punch, almost eighty years after they were first snapped. With millions of Americans losing homes, our visual language of need is due for a major update.

Link: www.dailyfinance.com/(…)19248507…

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Unemployment is high, the economy is down. Yet for all the signs of recession, something is missing: more crime.

Link: articles.sfgate.com/(…)17353552_1_fbi-s-data-crime-…

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webspot
 
The state continues to attract more people than it loses. It gained more residents than any other state last year.

Link: articles.moneycentral.msn.com/(…)blog.aspx…

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What's the best business reaction to a recession? How about none at all. Unlike many outfits in the struggling restaurant industry, Panera, the soup and sandwich chain with more than 1,300 stores in 38 states, has stayed strong by standing still. "The key to Panera's success lies in what the company hasn't done," says Nicole Miller Regan

Link: www.time.com/(…)00.html…

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webspot
 
In tough economic times like these, families aren’t the only people who struggle to make Christmas a joyous time.  Corporate America is having a tough go of it as well.  Here are 9 (hilarious) coupons inspired by the recession.

Link: funnycrave.com/christmas-coupons-recession/7359/

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webspot
 
The recession’s toll on consumers will be laid bare today as Bank of England figures show that nearly a third of workers have had their household income drop by at least £1,200 a year amid soaring unemployment, shorter working hours an

Link: business.timesonline.co.uk/(…)article6955207.ece…

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All those pundits who declared the current recession dead and buried, obviously haven’t been talking to small business owners...

Link: blogs.reuters.com/(…)small-business-confidence-taki…

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webspot
 
In the midst of a historic downturn in travel spending, affordable hotels and chains are enjoying more cachet. By scratching room service, restaurants and other amenities, the "limited-service" or "select-service" chains appeal to travelers looking to cut costs on vacation or slim-down an expense report.

Link: articles.sun-sentinel.com/(…)0911170382_1_room-rate…

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webspot
 
Mozilla has published its audited financial statements from 2008. The organization has reported $78.6 million in revenue, a five-percent increase from the previous year.

Link: arstechnica.com/(…)mozilla-reports-786-million-in-r…

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BEIJING, Nov 18 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama gave his sternest warning yet about the need to contain rising U.S.deficits, saying on Wednesday that if government debt were to pile up too much, it could lead to a double-dip recession.   (Ya think?)  Boy, it's a good thing our Chinese leaders are looking out for us and can explain these things..

Link: www.reuters.com/(…)idUSN188108620091118…

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When the 15 million unemployed Americans do find jobs again, they'll return to a workplace that is likely to have grown accustomed to less pay for more work, or at least working less hours in a week. The raises that were once part of an annual employee review, if not entirely gone, will take years to get back to where they were before the recession

Link: www.walletpop.com/(…)recession-tales-the-workplace-…

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webspot
 
In light of the economic downturn, consumers have been scaling back on food that's actually good for them. Sales of potato chips and other quick-payoff snacks are way up, and even though people are cooking at home rather than dining out to save money, what they're preparing in the kitchen is more ...

Link: money.blogs.time.com/(…)does-this-recession-make-me…

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Eighty years ago this week, the stock market crashed. Although it was more a symptom of the economy's underlying problems than a cause of the Great Depression, it is still considered the day the worst economic crisis in American history began.

Link: www.forbes.com/(…)depression-recession-gdp-imf-milt…

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