The world economy to hit for a whopping $600 billion, due to the US-China trade war

The world economy to hit for a whopping $600 billion, due to the US-China trade war

Washington: A report published by Bloomberg, a leading financial institution in the United States revealed that the effects of the trade war between the largest and the second largest economies in the world would not be restricted only to the warring countries and the worldwide effects will become apparent. The financial institution has warned that […]

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US-China trade war threatens global economy: International Monetary Fund

US-China trade war threatens global economy: International Monetary Fund

Washington: ‘The International Monetary Fund feels that the trade tensions should be resolved to the satisfaction of everyone. It assumes significance against the background of the currently raging US-China trade war, as it has threatened the global economy,’ the IMF chief Christine Lagarde warned. At the same time, she cautioned both, the United States and […]

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Gold demand at 1,053 tonnes in the first quarter of 2019; 7% rise in demand from India and Central Banks

Gold demand at 1,053 tonnes in the first quarter of 2019; 7% rise in demand from India and Central Banks

London: The demand for Gold is increasing, despite a record economic performance by the United States. As per a report published by the group World Gold Council, the demand for Gold in the first quarter of 2019, was more than a whopping 1,053 tonnes. The World Gold Council clarified that historic purchase by the central […]

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Crude rates soar ahead of US sanctions against Iran, reach $ 75 per barrel

Crude rates soar ahead of US sanctions against Iran, reach $ 75 per barrel

London: The effects of the US tightening the noose around Iran against oil trade have started emerging on the international level. Following the announcement by the United States, the Crude rates have spiralled to $ 75 per barrel, in just three days. As per the analysts, after the actual implementation of the sanctions, the rates […]

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Gold rates will bounce up to $1,400 by the end of 2019, due to economic uncertainties and increasing purchases, claim international analysts

Gold rates will bounce up to $1,400 by the end of 2019, due to economic uncertainties and increasing purchases, claim international analysts

New York/London: International analysts have predicted that the uncertainty at the economic level and the heavy purchasing of Gold by the Central banks of various countries, will make the Gold rates jump to a whopping $1,400 per ounce. (1 Ounce = 28.5 Grams). Martin Huxley of INTL FCStone group claimed that the policy of the […]

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World Bank and International Monetary Fund launch experimental Cryptocurrency

World Bank and International Monetary Fund launch experimental Cryptocurrency

Washington: The world is moving from currency to cryptocurrency. The economists are claiming that cryptocurrency will be the future of the world. Reports of some countries moving towards cryptocurrency, also have been published. It has also been revealed that leading financial institutions and banks are seriously considering the use of cryptocurrency. But now the World […]

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Major slide in Global stock markets, given Brexit uncertainty and growing shadows of global recession

Major slide in Global stock markets, given Brexit uncertainty and growing shadows of global recession

Tokyo/London: The Global stock markets saw a sharp decline, against the backdrop of the increasing uncertainty over the Brexit issue and the growing shadows of slowdown on the global economy. The US Dow Jones index had declined by a whopping 460 points on Friday. Its reflections were seen in the Asian and European markets. Japanese […]

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Major decline in Chinese economy, downfall in the stock market along with import-export

Major decline in Chinese economy, downfall in the stock market along with import-export

Beijing: Against the background of the trade talks with the United States and the parliamentary session, it has been observed that the economy has received major shocks. Exports, the mainstay of the Chinese economy, have recorded a decline of 20% in February and imports, trade profits and stock markets also have been hit severely. While […]

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Beware of the Chinese debt trap, Malaysian President advises the Philippines

Beware of the Chinese debt trap, Malaysian President advises the Philippines

Manila: The Malaysian President Mahathir Mohammad warned the Philippines that “If you are borrowing vast sums of money from China, beware of falling into its debt trap. The Malaysian President is currently on a visit to the Philippines and China was at the centre of the discussions he held with the Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte […]

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