Egypt fell to the center of the 100 in the world in the Index of Economic Freedom for 2012, issued by the U.S. Heritage Foundation and Wall Street Journal, compared to its position during the … Continue reading
Hit the global markets very disappointed after the agency Standard & Poor’s process of reducing the mass of the credit rating for the euro zone countries including 9 countries. The agency was stripped of France and … Continue reading
Markets ended the European money trading trading session yesterday, Wednesday, in the red zone, and SLUMP key indicators, the index lost “FTSE 100”, the major index of the London Stock Exchange increased by 25.88 points, to close trading at 5670.82 points,down by 0.45%. The benchmark “DAX”, the main stock market index “Frankfurt” German, trading, low rate of 0.17%, losing 10.64 points, to settle at 6152.34 points. The index ended the “CAC 40” French, trading lower by 5.96 points, to settle at 3204.83points, down by 0.19%.
At the end of dealings yesterday, Wednesday, concluded Stock Exchange, “Wall Street” of America, trading the trading session, the contrast, and lost the Dow Jones industrial average 13.02 points, to settle at 12449.50 points, a decline of 0.10%. The index of the S & P 500 “S & P 500” wider by 0.40 points, to settle at 1292.48 points,an increase of 0.03%. The … Continue reading
David Riley said President Fitch’s sovereign rating today, Wednesday, that he should be on the ECB to increase its purchases of bonds to support euro area and Italy to prevent the collapse of the “catastrophic” … Continue reading
Said Joseph Trevezany, senior financial analyst with the “World Wide Markets,” which is the International Company specialized in trading in the currency markets, stocks and oil, and economic expert, that the outbreak of military confrontation … Continue reading
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy, to reduce the budget deficit to 4.4% of the GDP of his country by the end of this year, requires between 37 to 40 billion euros. Quoted media for Rajoy … Continue reading
British Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday that he is entitled to proceed to France alone in imposing a tax on financial transactions, but Britain will prevent the imposition of tax on the level of Europe … Continue reading
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, has sent a decree on the value of fines imposed on the economic establishments in the Emirate of Dubai. … Continue reading
Euro fell to its lowest level in 16 months against the pound sterling on Friday, as investors worried about the debt crisis in the euro area, which caused them to rush on to the British currency, which they see as relatively safer. The dollar fell to 82.39%, the lowest level sinceSeptember 2010.