If you call them, they will come. That's what the U.S. government is betting on with its first-ever national tourism campaign from Brand USA.
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Value investing has been around for almost eighty years, but it's a useful tool for even the newest emerging markets.
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June 22, 2012 This Nasdaq posting is my way to share my general market opinions and the articles many that I write for SeekingAlpha.com. I am not permitted by SA to copy these articles and post then with other financial blogs such as Nasdaq Community. General Market: Where are We and Where are we Going? The quick answer to this question is – DOWN! For the last three weeks I have said that the Bears have taken control but there will be a few more days (plus / minus) of upside. This has and is happening as of this posting. However, this past week was simple a “news driven” week. That means that all the good fundamental and technical work goes out the window for a few days. I said, a few days. We are not back in a bullish cycle
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Few economies have grown as quickly as the Mongolian economy in the past few years. Unfortunately for American investors, obtaining exposure is not as simple as buying a countryspecific ETF. Rather, you are better off looking at developed-country miners with Mongolian operations like Rio Tinto ( RIO , quote ).
Political consolidation of Europe is the only way to rescue the euro, according to Alan Greenspan, former Federal Reserve Chairman. "The only solution to the European crisis is political consolidation of Europe. I think we're gradually moving in that direction; in fact I know we are.
Labour leader Ed Miliband has sought a full public inquiry into the banking culture including the introduction of a stricter code of conduct and jail sentences for the "corrupt elite" of British banks. Miliband made the comments in an interview to the Times published on Saturday in the light of the Libor rate fixing scandal that rocked major British banks over the week
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India’s Current Account Deficit At Record High; IIP Statement Shows Increase In Net Liabilities To $248B
India 's current account deficit deteriorated to a record high of 4.5 percent of the GDP or $21.7 billion - a level seen for the first time in 20 years - for the quarter ending March 2012, data released by the Reserve Bank of India shows. Posing new difficulties for the struggling economy and the government, the current account deficit-difference between imports and exports reached 4.5 percent of the GDP and more than tripled when compared to the 1.3 percent for the same period in the previous year. The current deficit is worse than that recorded in 1991, at 3 percent, during one of its worst Balance of Payments (BoP) crisis in the recent history.
http://www.FT.com/ Roula Khalaf, Middle East editor, and Gideon Rachman, chief foreign affairs commentator, talk to the FT's Veronica Kan-Dapaah about the wider significance of the Muslim Brotherhood candidate, Mohamed Morsi, taking office as Egypt's president. For more FT video content, visit the Financial Times video page at: http://www.ft.com/video