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Good signs as inflation decreases

Wednesday, May 5th, 2010

Looks like there will finally be an end to all the problems related to the price rise scenario of the finance in Europe. The rates of inflation have dropped down by 1.4-1.5% from the previous year. There has also been a positive response from the European banks as they have announced that the bank rates charged for repayment of loans are soon to be decreased. Looks like the mess in the economy will soon be sorted out.
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Rules Of Finance In Europe And The World

Monday, August 24th, 2009

The policies of finance in Europe prefer free movement of capital. The French were influential on the rules that were created, unlike the United States who was not a important influence. It was the French and Europeans that wrote the rules on how to manage global finance. The rules of the EU and OECD effect the policies of capital and finance in Europe. Freedom of Capital was proposed, but defeated, mostly because of the US Congress.
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