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Global trading activities have upgraded living conditions in many countries. Wealth is a result. Discussed and advised by Mr. Maserati Hoang
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Despite winning top world trade job, even Brazil looks beyond WTO

Despite winning top world trade job, even Brazil looks beyond WTO | Global Trader | Scoop.it
BRASILIA (Reuters) - Brazil campaigned hard to get the top job at the World Trade Organization this week but behind closed doors even it acknowledges that the WTO's main mission - pushing forward in global...
Maserati Hoang's insight:

Free trade is a two-sharp-edge sword. A market needs to export more goods and services to other markets at lower tariff or zero import tax rates, but in turn to desire some protection mechanism at home for its own infant industries that are weak to compete with foreign companies.

 

A market can be called open if it adopts as many international trade principles and regulations that allows foreign companies, banks and partners to participate in the domestic market. In such requirements and expectations, a government needs to learn how to prepare all necessary policies and solutions to boost export industries and effectively help domestic industries surviving.

 

Financial and IPO segements are also essential for government agencies and domestic industries to work together because foreign institutions and companies can exploit all opportunities and a loop of immature and on-progress policies and market regulations.

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Broken transmission

Broken transmission | Global Trader | Scoop.it
WHEN interest rates are high savers are happy, but borrowers are not. When they fall, savers’ pain is debtors’ gain. It is a natural trade-off. But in the euro...
Maserati Hoang's insight:

Interest rates can be used as macroeconomic tools to manipulate an economic performance through relations of cost and competitiveness in industries. A low interest rate can persuade business firms to borrow more for their business operations to generate more profits and in turn to help a market gaining more wealth.

 

Consumers seem to love high intest rates of saving accounts, but low interest rates of loan and credit accounts. Bond holders expects to see low interest rates to make their bets look lucrative. High interest rates also go along with high inflation. High interest rates of lending transactions can hurt en economic growth and efficient performance because businesses need to earn enough profits to compensate all costs.

 

When E.U has integrated markets, its banking system has performed with more risks and unstable in a long-run because each member market has a certain set of advantages and disadvantages to determine interest rates in terms of short, mid and long perspectives. Trade accounts, industrial production and international competitiveness among member markets are totally different and unequal to one another. Th answers for one single and consistent banking system in E.U are unknonw solutions.

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Why The World Needs A BRICS Bank: Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz et al. | Economy Watch

Why The World Needs A BRICS Bank: Nicholas Stern, Joseph Stiglitz et al. | Economy Watch | Global Trader | Scoop.it
The significance of the decision by the BRICS to create a new development bank that they will fund cannot be overemphasized.
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Financial services provide lifeblood capitals to businesses and consumers. The faster economies grow in emerging markets the higher stability those countries can maintain with their own banking systems. Why?

 

Their lending, investment and consumer credit services are vital for their economic growth, expansion and efficient performance. Western banks may exploit opportunities of lending, investment and speciality services, including M&A, underwriting and advice. But fundamentally, those countries need their own banking architectures effectively supporting their economic growth and global trade activities.

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Why Ben Bernanke Still Worries About Wall Street

Why Ben Bernanke Still Worries About Wall Street | Global Trader | Scoop.it
The Fed chairman says wealthy investors are reaping the most rewards in a market vulnerable to recklessness, securities lending issues, triparty repo defaults, and money market problems
Maserati Hoang's insight:

New York Stock Market can appreciate its overall market vales with a top-performance list of companies. Depending on healthy financial conditions and business operations of those companies, the stock market will continue producing profits and gains. But underneath unknow or doubtful outcomes, the stock market also hold a group of highly-exposed-risk companies and overvalued stock prices that can eat profits and gains of the top-performance companies.

 

As long as the winner group generate sufficient profits and gains (market capitalization), the whole market is safe and healthy. A DANGER can emerge anytime soon in a near future when a fragility of unseen and unrecognized weak companies triggers a domino-affect of similar-bubble mechanism.

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The U.S., China and Africa: Pursuing Trilateral Dialogue and Action

The U.S., China and Africa: Pursuing Trilateral Dialogue and Action | Global Trader | Scoop.it
The growing importance of sub-Saharan Africa to the global economy has made the region a focal point for the differing policies of the United States and China. On May 13, the Africa Growth Initiative and the John L.
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Africa used to be called the forgetable continent in the twenty century after World War II ended. But any market contain or hold three components - consumer-potential population, natural resources and geographical-sizable markets - become lucrative and potential markets. Who ignores Africa will regret soon or later?

 

China has made its move into the Black Continent market since China gained a growing momentum and capability of export production and international trade transactions. China needs many things from Africa - potential consumers, natural resources, and political strategic positions. U.S. and Europe used to evaluate Africa on interests of exploiting natural resources in the nineteenth and twenty centuries. Now U.S. and Europe may look Africa through different angles and ideologies.

 

Is it too late or too early?

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