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This Day in MV History: Global Markets



These articles were published on on 26th April in History. Checkout how time flies, enjoy reading!

Lasting Effects of Japan's Earthquake on China, Global Economies

on Apr 26, 2011 10:00 am by Prieur du Plessis

The current market perception is that the impact of the terrible disaster in Japan on the global economy is likely to be limited to a shave-off of approximately 0.5% of global economic growth. The IMF's forecast for Japan was lowered from 1.6% prior to the earthquake to 1.4% in 2011. According to the IMF their initial estimates are that the damage could be twice that of the Kobe earthquake i... Read More

Welcome to the European Tea Party

on Apr 26, 2011 10:15 am by Matthew Mallon

Perhaps it was the long Easter weekend and the exceptionally sunny weather across most of the continent, which saw its cities empty out and beaches fill up, or perhaps it was unpleasant news about the United States' sovereign debt rating, but the eurozone saw an oddly placid week, despite the turmoil of recent events. At least on the surface.Spain, which had wobbled under market pressure in... Read More

Where's the International Leadership?

on Apr 26, 2011 3:30 pm by T2 Technalytics

I've been highlighting here in the last few weeks that the emerging market stocks are doing a good job of maintaining their leadership positions versus the S&P 500. However, I took a look at the charts of the two "leaders" in the emerging markets space -- China and Brazil -- and came away a bit disappointed and puzzled.The chart below shows the Emerging Markets ETF... Read More

Which Retailers Sourced Clothing From the Collapsed Factory in Bangladesh?

on Apr 26, 2013 10:35 am by Quartz

The eight-story factory building just outside Dhaka that collapsed yesterday has now killed at least 228 workers, reports Reuters - most of them women. The death toll has climbed as an unknown number of people remain trapped in the rubble. The collapse didn't come out of nowhere, though. Cracks in the building, called Rana Plaza, on Tuesday had prompted the Bangladesh police to orde... Read More

Apple's Sales in China Are Healthy, but Can They Be Sustained?

on Apr 26, 2013 3:27 pm by Sterling Wong

China Watch: Top Business News From the World's Second Largest Economy Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) reported its quarterly financial results this week and among the chief concerns was slowing growth in China, the world's largest market for computers and mobile devices. During the fiscal second quarter, Apple sales in China jumped 11% to a record $8.8 billion. However, the growth rate... Read More
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