17 September 2014 - 15:04 pm
Inflation in the eurozone remained at 0.4 per cent last month, as the European Central Bank prepares to implement a swathe of measures aimed at combating deflation as the region’s rebound continues to stall.
Though inflation remains well below the ECB’s target of below but close to 2 per cent, the number is not quite as bad as the initial “flash” estimate of 0.3 per cent, which suggested price pressures were now at their most subdued for five years.
17 September 2014 - 14:34 pm
- rate of UK growth may ease in Q4
- downside risks to UK growth probably increased
- sees increase in geopolitical risks
- MPC majority see vulnerability to shocks and household debt
- evident increase of volatility over Scottish referendum
- some see spare capacity as a less useful policy guide
- some see wage growth pickin up
- Pound strength continues to put downward pressure on inflation
- Eurozone weakness most significant development this month
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India has 100 billionaires in Population of 125 Crore Plus; 6th largest population globally, says Wealth-X, UBS census17 September 2014 - 13:42 pm
India has retained its sixth position in terms of number of billionaires with 100 such people collectively having USD 175 billion in networth, while globally the number of uber-rich has reached a record high of 2,325 persons.
According to the Wealth-X and UBS Billionaire Census 2014, released today, though the number of billionaires in the country has decreased over last year (in 2013 there were 103 billionaires) India still enjoys a decent 6th position (same as last year) in the top 10 league.
Interestingly, India has more number of billionaires than Switzerland, Hong Kong and France among others.
Moreover, the country’s financial capital Mumbai, with 28 billionaires is among the top 20 ‘billionaire cities’ globally, which was topped by New York which is home to 103 billionaires.
On the top 40 billionaire countries/territories list, the United States maintained its position as the world’s top billionaire country with a population of 571 billionaires in 2014, followed by China (190) and the United Kingdom (130) in the second and third position respectively.
According to the the report, which looks at the global billionaire population from July 2013 to June 2014, India’s billionaire population has decreased by 3 per cent to 100 and the total billionaire wealth has fallen by USD 5 billion to USD 175 billion.
However, the world’s population of billionaires continues to grow. >> Read More
17 September 2014 - 13:26 pm
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17 September 2014 - 12:09 pm
Not respecting the mathematical risk of ruin.
Gurus. (TV Analyst +Those Talking about Fundamentals )
Television.(Avoid BLUE CHANNELS DURING TRADING HRS )
Trading without a methodology.
Trading with no trading plan.
Trading without a stop loss.
Trend fighting in your time frame.
Taking bad entry set ups.
Copying someones trades with no knowledge of their position sizing or time frame.
Not knowing how to take profits in a winning trade while they are there.
Not doing the proper homework before trading.( We Think to Trade for 5 hours Daily ,U need to sit 5 hrs after after mkt closes and to make Next Day Strategy )
17 September 2014 - 11:55 am
European car sales rose for the 12 month in August, with registrations rising 2.1 per cent as business on dealers’ forecourts grew rapidly in the UK and Spain.
Sales are also up 6 per cent for the first eight months of the year, according to industry body and data compiler ACEA.
Not all European markets are experiencing growth. In August, France, Germany and Italy registered decreases of 2.6 per cent, 0.4 per cent and 0.2% respectively, while the other major markets expanded.
The Spanish market registered 13.7 per cent growth, while UK sales grew by 9.4 per cent.