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On Monday, as many binary options traders noticed, many stocks were dragged by banks and energy companies recently. It matters little to them, of course, as long as their predictions are on point. Their shareholding counterparts, however, are seriously considering switching to bonds and currencies, if they haven’t done it

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Another Greek Standoff: Reform or Bust? All those analysts who doubted in Greece’s resolve to produce results and implement the necessary reforms must feel vindicated right now, as yet another bailout standoff is soon expected to take place. But what would this mean for Greek and European economy as a

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As if Nigeria did not have enough troubles to contend with already, there have been some rumours of a possible crash of their entire banking sector, and these needed to be addressed as soon as possible. One thing everybody expects of central banks or their equivalents anywhere in the world

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It is odd how quickly things can change in modern financial markets: what was considered a safe investments mere couple of months ago has just turned into one of the biggest mistakes a bond investor could possibly make – bank debt. European bank debt was considered one of the safest

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There is a lot to be said about Russians, and one of them in particular German Klimenko. He may not be above using Western IT technologies, but he certainly has a penchant when it comes to criticizing the same companies he relies to keep his business and his personal life

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Amid the recent turmoil in the financial markets, there have been some major concerns regarding Deutsche Bank, its stocks and bonds. According to its co-Chief Executive Officer John Cryan, there is no basis for these concerns, as the Deutsche Bank is “rock solid”, with “strong” capital and similar risk position.

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