Irish debt gets downgrad, Greece receives multi billion dollar euro IMF loan and other Economy news

The economy news of 2010-12-19 on Tamugaia - Irish debt gets downgrade from Moodys, and Greece receives multi billion dollar euro IMF loan.
Irish debt gets downgrade from Moodys - Ratings agency Moody’s gave a resounding thumbs-down on Friday, Dec 17 to Europe’s efforts to resolve a rolling debt crisis, slashing Ireland’s credit rating by five notches d... [ View ]

Greece receives multi billion dollar euro IMF loan - The International Monetary Fund has released a 2.5-billion-euro loan to Greece.... [ View ]

Fisker Automotive will sell its electric cars in China - Fisker Automotive is to be allowed to sell its Electric Cars in China.... [ View ]

UBS bank insists on staff dress code - The Swiss banking giant UBS has insisted that staff adhere to a strict code that covers all clothing and also gives dietary tips.... [ View ]

Daily Analysis 16.12.2010 - ... [ View ]

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Daily Analysis 14.12.2010 - Yesterday loss US Dollar against most of the major currencies... [ View ]

USD/JPY Weekly Outlook - USD/JPY rose to as high as 84.49 last week but failed to sustain above 84.39 resistance on multiple attempt. Retreat from 84.49 dragged 4 hours MACD below signal line and turn intraday bias neutral. Some s... [ View ]

USD/CHF Weekly Outlook - Judging from the choppy price actions after initial fall last week, a short term bottom might be formed at 0.9557 already. Initial bias is neutral this week and some consolidations would be seen above 0.95... [ View ]

Trade Idea Wrap-up: EUR/USD – Sell at 1.3280 - ... [ View ]

China reveals aircraft carrier plans - Beijing has confirmed for the first time that it is preparing to build an aircraft carrier, a move set to heighten international concerns over the rapid expansion of its naval power... [ View ]

Afghan war strategy fuels rival narratives - The war in Afghanistan has entered its 10th year but is only just getting started. That, at least, is the view of the optimists among military officers stationed in Kabul... [ View ]

EU hesitates on expanding bail-out fund - European heads of government vow that the eurozone’s bail-out fund will always have enough financial wherewithal to rescue any faltering country... [ View ]

Oil deal boosts Lukashenko election hopes - Alexander Lukashenko, often referred to as Europe’s last dictator, has clung to power in Belarus since 1994. His rule looks set to continue after Sunday’s presidential vote... [ View ]

Tax-cut law removes threat of higher rates - The $858bn tax bill signed by Barack Obama relieves the US economy of the danger of taxes going up for all individuals and some businesses, closing months of political wrangling... [ View ]

Tax-News.com: Congress Passes Tax Cut Package - ... [ View ]

Tax-News.com: Hong Kong Welcomes Another Ratings Upgrade - ... [ View ]

Tax-News.com: DIFC Cuts Business Costs - ... [ View ]

Tax-News.com: ATO Accepts Student Deduction Ruling - ... [ View ]

US Dollar to Rise on Risk Aversion, Unwinding of QE-Linked Positions - ... [ View ]

Gold to Extend Losses as Profit-Taking Continues into Year-End - ... [ View ]

Forex Weekly Trading Forecast - 12.20.2010 - ... [ View ]

Forex: US Dollar Sticks to Range Despite Impressive Leading Indicators Report - ... [ View ]

New Zealand Dollar Could Sink Further on Declining GDP - ... [ View ]

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