Articles by: Stefani Igazmm

Bundesbank expects expanding of the German economic activity

September 18, 2018 8:57 amComments Off on Bundesbank expects expanding of the German economic activity
Bundesbank expects expanding of the German economic activity

Despite the unexpectedly weak start of the year, the German central bank (Bundesbank) expects the country’s economy to accelerate in the second half of the year. “The upturn in Germany will remain unaffected last but not least due to the continuing positive internal situation”, says the institution’s monthly report. In July, sinking industrial orders, declining output and declining exports raised doubts about that. “The German economy started weak during the […]

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UK wage rates increased in the summer

September 11, 2018 12:55 pmComments Off on UK wage rates increased in the summer
UK wage rates increased in the summer

The UK wage rates increased in the summer, which could help the country’s economic growth amid the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. Britain’s National Statistics Office said on Tuesday that average earnings excluding bonuses increased by 2.9% for the three months to July compared to the same period last year, reaching 489 GBP per week. The total pay for UK workers with bonuses increased by 2.6% to 520 GBP per week for […]

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Turkish economy shows signs of slowdown in Q2 2018

September 9, 2018 8:07 amComments Off on Turkish economy shows signs of slowdown in Q2 2018
Turkish economy shows signs of slowdown in Q2 2018

Turkish economy shows signs of slowdown in Q2 2018, which some investors believe will turn into a technical recession later this year. The Turkish economy has grown by 5.2% on an annual basis in the second quarter, according to official data. Despite solid growth, however, the new data suggest a slowdown in growth, because in the first quarter of this year the Turkish economy reported expansion of 7.4%. And although […]

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New European directive will increase safety requirements

September 5, 2018 1:39 pmComments Off on New European directive will increase safety requirements
New European directive will increase safety requirements

New European directive oblige employers to take measures to limit the impact of 50 carcinogenic materials. A two-year campaign for the management of dangerous substances will take place before the final document is adopted in the European Union. Its initiator is the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work at the European Commission. The campaign will start officially in October and will continue throughout 2019. Tackling the impact of […]

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Italian bond market has been tightened today

September 2, 2018 10:32 amComments Off on Italian bond market has been tightened today
Italian bond market has been tightened today

The Italian bond market, which has fallen into a difficult situation, has been tightened today before the decision of the international rating agency Fitch. This is in the context of fears that government spending plans in the budget will exert additional pressure on already high levels of government debt. Most Eurozone bond yields grew slightly in early trading, and interest on Italian bonds fell after a significant sellout last night. […]

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