Category: Economics

The State Liquidity Provisions And Their Malfuctions In The Markets

The decisions of the governments of the developed countries of the world to strengthen with state capital all the companies of their countries in a horizontal way, which companies asked for protection against the economic crisis caused by the measures against the pandemic Covid-19, were correct. The problem is the duration of these government liquidity

Why is investing in Gold more advantage?

Gold is one of the most interesting investment choices, especially in times of economic recession, hyperinflation and general social crisis as is currently the case due to the Covid-19 pandemic around the globe. In March, gold price experienced the biggest rise for the past seven years, mainly for two reasons: 1. All the world’s central

The EU’s New Circular Economy

The Action Plan titled “Towards a Sustainable Europe by 2030” presented by the EU Commission on the future EU circular economy, which will be gradually denatured over the next two years, includes many measures at both pan-European and member-country level. We could describe some of these planned plans to make it more understandable as to

What will be the World’s First Post-Brexit Financial Center?

Brexit, apart from all the other impacts on Britain’s economy, will significantly cloud London’s Citi leadership as Europe’s top financial centre and one of the world’s biggest, along with Wall Street in the top spot. It is a given that New York will become the world’s first financial centre. As for the EU, surely its

How will move the Oil Prices for the New Year

During 2019, the price of oil did not exceed $70 per barrel. Despite the adversities presented worldwide during 2019, occasionally affecting the expectations of investors in the course of oil prices e.g. attacks in Saudi Arabia, sanctions against two members of OPEC (the Venezuela and Iran), drastically limiting the production of large oil-producing countries  οil

The Unstoppable increase of Global Debt

The new year of 2020 that marks the beginning of the third decade of the 21st  century, finds the level of global debt (public and private debt) to move nonstop on an upward path by breaking down one record after another  ($188trillion, 2018,  and  $184  trillion, 2017,  Source:  IMF  and  https://Blogs. IMF.org)  with about two
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