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Home » Economy » what to bet on in the second half of January 16 January 2022 Tensions with the IMF have caused major dollar sovereign bonds to fall by up to 13% since the start of 2022, whose prices are very close to their lowest since the swap with private bonds in 2020. Thus, …

Bond yields are rising again so far in 2022. The US stock market looks vulnerable to a bona fide correction. But what can you really tell from just two weeks into a new year? Not much and a lot. One thing is certain: the days of making easy money are over in the age of …

To be honest, I’ve never been a big fan of New Year’s resolutions. Why wait until January 1st to lose weight, start paying off debt, quit smoking, or improve your personal relationships when you can do it in December? That said, I have a suggestion for those who have made a resolution or are about …

The international reserves of the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) constituted 624% of currency issued in November 2021, well above the mandated 100%, indicating the solvency of the central bank, according to the Qatar Economic Outlook.The level of total international reserves and foreign exchange liquidity stood at QR 209.6 billion as of November 2021, or USD …

Dear Most Honorable Minister Lindiwe Nonceba Sisulu, I hope this email finds you decolonized. Please excuse my timing; I’m sure it’s been a busy week for you since your opinion piece was released on January 7, from the home of #Tembisa10, IOLs. I want to personally thank you for taking the time to share your …

President Biden will nominate Sarah Bloom Raskin as the Federal Reserve’s top Wall Street cop, a Biden administration official has said, one of three nominees unveiled for critical open seats on the central bank’s board of governors. . Why is this important: It’s Biden’s biggest mark yet on the influential economic body that takes center …

Most of the “boomerang children” who returned home during the pandemic come from high-income families, a new report found. They are more likely to be unemployed longer and less likely to work on the coronavirus frontline. It intensifies the growing inequality gap and labor shortage. Loading Something is loading. The pandemic evoked déjà vu for …

Turkey had a difficult start to the year until 2022. Its foreign policy, which seemed triumphant and highly effective in 2021, has had a difficult start to the year amid a currency collapse and skyrocketing inflation at home. she. The unprecedented and violent protests that erupted in Kazakhstan on January 2 betrayed Turkey’s claimed flaws …

Wilson is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Indianapolis and Public Voices Member at The OpEd Project. Senate action on electoral legislation has stalled in 2021, even as governors across the country have urged the U.S. Senate to pass the Freedom to Vote Act and the Advancement of Voting Rights Act. John …

Here are the top ten actions that could make the news today: Tata Consulting Services: The IT major will announce its results for the December quarter today. Analysts expect TCS to report 3.5% dollar revenue growth sequentially in constant currency. Emkay Global expects Infosys to revise its revenue growth forecast for fiscal year 22 to …