How did the US financial market change after COVID-19?

Every single person in the world is now concerned about the bad influence of the coronavirus pandemic on various sectors such as the economy, health, education, culture, finances, and the society in general. Countries are trying hard to recover, taking the risky…

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Could the GEL become the next NZD?

The New Zealand Dollar is often considered as one of the most traded currencies in the world. In fact, statistics show that NZD is among the 10 most sold currencies and even more, according to a survey done by the Bank of…

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New tax measures before the 2022 elections unlikely

New tax measures in the Duterte administration are not coming before elections. Due to the pandemic, the government had obtained $9.8 billion worth of loans for recovery measures. The Department of Finance has been working on ways to make economic growth. This…

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Georgia’s cold relations with investment culture

Georgia is a country that emerged as an independent country on the international arena 30 years ago. Following the fall of the USSR, the country finally got its desired wish - various reforms have been executed but still, there needs to be…

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Why is the GEL directly tied to Georgia’s travel industry?

Tourism in Georgia is an increasingly important component of the country's economy. In the country of 3.7 million people, the number of international arrivals to Georgia reached a record high of 9.3 million in 2019, most analysts predicted 2020 to be even…

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Resistance Film Festival to Open Doors Amid Despite of Criticism

The FINANCIAL -- Resistance International Film Festival (RIFF) has added new section called “Defenders of Health” in the festival’s program to document and show health workers fighting the COVID-19 and thus sacrificing their lives on the path of protecting society’s health. Organization said…

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Asia’s Worst Currency Is Diverging From the Local Bond Market

In the past, negative yields were an uncommon and far-fetched interest. That's no longer the case. In late 2019, as much as US$16 trillion of securities overall brought a negative yield, despite a more positive financial progress viewpoint implies that this number…

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