New Plans for BSE

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Management of the Budapest Stock Exchange (BSE) have announced on Wednesday its new strategy, which is aimed at making the Hungarian capital market bubbling again. The stakes are high. BSE Chairman Márton Nagy had previously labelled the endeavours as the last great stock exchange development. The details were shared with the public at a press conference today. What companies may land on the BSE? … Read More

2016, Year of the Zombie Banks

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Zombie bank might be the expression of the New Year. This term covers a financial institution which previously had a “healthy” operation, but because of…… Read More

Main CEE Currencies (PLN, CZK, HUF) Least Vulnerable in 2016 according to ING.

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Extract from a recent ING EOY report about global currency vulnerabilities, as reported by Portfolio online financial journal: “As we close the year and the rout in commodity markets extends, investors have quite a clear view of potential tail risks in 2016. At the top of these is a Chinese recession, followed by an EM debt crisis. Another highlighted risk is the surprise return … Read More

Slovenia is Back on the Radar for Investors

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What has made the Slovenian market interesting is that after briefly coming on the radar in 2010, it fell off again, hitting 2009 lows, in…… Read More

Estonia Way Ahead: an Example for CEE countries?

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The fact that the average wage in Estonia has passed the 1000 Euro is an important milestone while its economy is rapidly aligning itself with…… Read More

Estonia Way Ahead: an Example for CEE countries?

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The fact that the average wage in Estonia has passed the 1000 Euro is an important milestone while its economy is rapidly aligning itself with the most developed ones in the region. “The Estonians now have the rule of law, the lowest debt-to-GDP ratio in the EU, a balanced budget, free trade, and a flat-rate income tax — all of which have led to … Read More

Gundlach: There Will not be a Collapse of the Bond Market this Year

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It’s big news whenever a market guru shares his thoughts on the markets and where he expects them to go in the future. Jeffrey Gundlach,…… Read More

Central Europe: The Economies Have Grown, But Share Prices Have Not

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Almost exactly one year ago, I wrote an article that struck an optimistic tone about Central European stocks. At that time I thought that we had, for the most part, gotten past the painful economic adjustments that had lasted for so many years, and that an economic revival could be in the cards. Instead stock prices have continued to stay down, their valuations kept … Read More

Readings: Sept 24 2015

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  >> Economic Freedom of the World- 2013 (Fraser Institute) The Fraser Institute is a Canadian public policy think tank and registered charity. It has been described as politically conservative and libertarian. The Institute is headquartered in Vancouver, with offices also located in Calgary, Toronto, and Montreal, and ties to a global network of 80 think-tanks through the Economic Freedom Network.   >> 2014 … Read More

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