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Review of 2015, outlook for 2016 – more of the same – See more at:

2016 is likely to see uneven global growth, low inflation & easy monetary conditions December 14, 2015 2015 has been a messy year for investors as worries about China, emerging countries and the Fed caused volatility and uneven returns across asset classes. Australian shares continued to underperform. 2016 is likely to see continued okay but...
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Investors look beyond their own home to boost exposure to UK property

Long term growth main factor behind the move November 17, 2015: Almost half (44%) of retail investors want to enhance their exposure to the UK property market by other means than owning their home, according to a new study by peer to peer lending platform, Crowdstacker. The biggest factors driving investor demand are the long...

Second half of 2015 promises to be exciting

International Finance Desk
2014 and the beginning of 2015 was a time of ups and downs for the financial markets. Experts from FBS Brokerage Company believe that the second half of the year promises to be positive for trading September 30, 2015: The entire 2015, despite some cautious forecasts of economic development, promises to bring many new opportunities...

Too early for a fair assessment

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has shown great resolve in trying to tackle problems faced by the Indian economy in its first year in office Giovanni Puglisi June 15, 2015: Since the election one year ago, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has energetically toured the world meeting foreign political and business leaders, promoting his government...

The grim and costly side of South Africa’s strike culture

Striking mobs have been part of the South African economic landscape for quite some time. Over the past few years however, industrial action has become more frequent, violent, and costly; and a growing worry among investors, business owners,analysts. Miriam Mannak August 8, 2014: It has been a tumultuous couple of months on the South African...