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5
Oct
2015

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), a think-tank for 34 mainly advanced country governments, today issued final proposals on corporate tax reform that are a landmark development since the evolution of international business tax rules, which evolved in the 1920s under the direction of the League of Nations.

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2
Oct
2015

Nonfarm US jobs increased by 142,000 in September, and the unemployment rate was unchanged at 5.1% according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. Employment rose in health care and information, while mining lost jobs. Thus far in 2015, nonfarm job growth has averaged 198,000 per month, compared with an average monthly gain of 260,000 in 2014. The broad rate of unemployment was at 10%.

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2
Oct
2015

Global manufacturing remained stuck firmly in the slow lane at the end of the third quarter, hindered by slumping demand in many key EM (emerging markets) countries. Meanwhile in more gloomy data Thursday, it was forecast that this year EM net capital flows will be outward bound for the first time since 1988.

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1
Oct
2015
30
Sep
2015

For the seventh year in a row, Switzerland has been ranked as the top star of global competitiveness by the World Economic Forum (WEF) which said in its latest assessment published Tuesday, that Switzerland, Singapore and the US have been nurturing innovation and talent that has kept them at the top of the Global Competitiveness Index, which profiles 140 economies.

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30
Sep
2015
29
Sep
2015

Oil exporters and other commodity producers face years of pain from falling prices, with the slowdown in growth expected to be bigger than in previous cycles, the International Monetary Fund has warned. An IMF study says countries such as Saudi Arabia, Russia and Brazil were likely to experience a "much larger" fallout from the end of a China-fuelled commodity boom and oil glut that would go "beyond the decline already experienced."

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29
Sep
2015

Gabriel Zucman, one of 3 French economists who in recent times have published extensive research on wealth and equality, in a book, 'The Hidden Wealth of Nations: The Scourge of Tax Havens,' published this month, estimates that 8% of the world's financial wealth — some US$7.6tn — is hidden in tax havens such as Switzerland, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Singapore, Luxembourg and Ireland. Oxfam in a report published last January said that in 2013 the number of billionaires holding the same amount of wealth as the bottom 50% of the global population of 7bn was at 92.

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29
Sep
2015

Exchange rate movements still have sizable effects on exports and imports, according to new research from the International Monetary Fund. Recent currency movements have been unusually large. The US dollar is up more than 10% in real effective terms since mid-2014. The yen is down more than 30% since mid-2012 and the euro by more than 10% since early 2014. Brazil, China, and India have also seen unusually large changes in their currency values.

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28
Sep
2015