Category Archive: 2) Swiss and European Macro

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George Dorgan
George Dorgan (penname) predicted the end of the EUR/CHF peg at the CFA Society and at many occasions on SeekingAlpha.com and on this blog. Several Swiss and international financial advisors support the site. These firms aim to deliver independent advice from the often misleading mainstream of banks and asset managers. George is FinTech entrepreneur, financial author and alternative economist. He speak seven languages fluently.

Reich an der Börse? Mein bester Tipp!

Reich oder vielleicht sogar an der Börse Millionär werden und das mit überschaubarem Startkapital? Dafür gibt es letztendlich mehrere Strategien und ich möchte euch heute die beiden vorstellen, die eine Erfolgswahrscheinlichkeit von 100% haben. Also, schaut es euch an!

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Giorgia Meloni, la profezia di Yanis Varoufakis: “Con Mario Draghi [email protected] sconfitta

-Grazie per aver guardato il video -Aiutami come + segui questo canale + condividi questo video -Grazie mille

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Freisicht mit Marie-Christine Ostermann

Heute, 10. März, habe ich im Rahmen meines Instagram-Formats "Freisicht" mit der Unternehmerin und jetzt auch Spiegel-Bestsellerautorin Marie-Christine Ostermann gesprochen. Im Februar erschien das von ihr herausgegebene Buch "Zukunfts Republik".

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Gold im Wettkampf mit der Zinsangst und anderen Anlageformen

Da Gold keine laufende Rendite abwirft, sind Zinsen grundsätzlich sein größter Feind. Doch wegen der Zins-Abrüstung wurde lange Jahre die Friedenspfeife geraucht. Zuletzt jedoch wurde das Kriegsbeil wieder ausgegraben. Da die Inflation ihre hässliche Fratze zeigt, rüstet der Zins-Feind erneut auf. Tatsächlich scheint die Zinswende stattzufinden. Doch neben Zinsanlagen suchen auch weitere Anlageklassen den Streit mit Gold. Ist Gold also auf dem...

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Swiss Trade Balance: 2020 salt exports: lowest in 30 years

Swiss foreign trade in salt has plummeted since 2010. Over the past ten years, exports have plunged 91% to 6,084 tonnes and imports by 69%. In 2019 and 2020, the amount of salt imported was greater than that exported, a phenomenon that had not occurred since 2009.

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Yanis Varoufakis with Daniel Denvir

This event was a partnership between Lannan Foundation and Haymarket Books. Audio and video have been edited to highlight the guest speakers.

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Swiss Trade Balance An exceptional year 2020: border crossings closed and online commerce booming

Bern, 04.03.2021 - The 2020 statistics of the Federal Customs Administration (AFD) are strongly influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic. In order to reduce the risk of transmission of the coronavirus, Switzerland has reintroduced systematic checks at national borders for the first time since joining Schengen, imposed entry restrictions and temporarily closed small border posts.

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Yanis Varoufakis rages at BBC Newsnight after he is cancelled for Nicola Sturgeon [email protected]

#Brexit #Boris_Johnson #EU #Brussels #Nicola_Sturgeon #Keir_Starmer #Angela_Merkel #Brussels #Emmanuel_Macron #US

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Der einzige ECHTE Schutz vor Inflation!

Heute geht es darum, wie ihr euch wirklich vor Verbraucherpreisinflation schützen könnt. Es geht dabei nicht um das hundertste Empfehlungsschreiben für Gold und Silber, denn Edelmetalle bieten diesen Schutz nur bedingt. Es wird konkret, schaut es euch an.

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Swiss Retail Sales, January 2021: -0.9 percent Nominal and -0.5 percent Real

Turnover adjusted for sales days and holidays fell in the retail sector by 0.9% in nominal terms in January 2021 compared with the previous year. Seasonally adjusted, nominal turnover fell by 4.9% compared with the previous month. The economic sectors were affected to varying degrees.

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Employment in Switzerland fell in 4th quarter 2020 for the third consecutive time

In the 4th quarter 2020, the total employment (number of jobs) fell by 0.4% in comparison with the same quarter a year earlier (+0.1% with previous quarter). Among women, the decrease was 0.6%, while employment among men fell by 0.3%. In full-time equivalents, employment in the same period declined also by 0.4%.

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Switzerland GDP Q4 2020: +0.3 percent QoQ, -1.6 percent YoY

Switzerland’s GDP growth slowed to 0.3 % in the 4th quarter after reaching 7.6 % in the 3rd quarter.  Major losses were recorded in the services directly affected by the tightening of the containment measures. Other industries continued to recover. On the whole, the second wave of the coronavirus until the end of 2020 had much less of an impact on the economy than the first wave did last spring.

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Swiss Producer and Import Price Index in January 2021: -2.1 percent YoY, +0.3 percent MoM

23.02.2021 - The Producer and Import Price Index rose in January 2021 by 0.3% compared with the previous month, reaching 100.3 points (December 2020 = 100). The rise is due in particular to higher prices for scrap, petroleum products, as well as for basic metals and semi-finished metal products. Compared with January 2020, the price level of the whole range of domestic and imported products fell by 2.1%.

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Yanis Varoufakis EU ‘WAITING FOR BUBBLE TO BURST’ with states poised for financial CRlSlS

YANIS VAROUFAKIS, Greece's former Finance Minister, said it was only a matter of time before the EU's eurozone bubble "bursts", throwing member states into economic hardship.

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Yanis Varoufakis says EU ‘waiting for bubble to burst’ with states poised for financial crisis

Yanis Varoufakis says EU 'waiting for bubble to burst' with states poised for financial crisis. YANIS VAROUFAKIS, Greece's former Finance Minister, said it was only a matter of time before the EU's eurozone bubble "bursts", throwing member states into economic hardship. The coronavirus pandemic has forced countries around the world to take unprecedented economic measures.

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Secondary sector with strong production and turnover losses in the 4th quarter and for the whole of 2020

Secondary sector production declined 3.1% in 4th quarter 2020 in comparison with the same quarter a year earlier. Turnover fell by 4.4%. For 2020 as a whole which was shaped by the Covid 19 pandemic, there were strong decreases in production (-3.3%) and turnover (-5.2%).

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Swiss Trade Balance January 2021: foreign trade starts the year on a positive note

After declining in December 2020, Swiss foreign trade again showed a strong increase at the start of 2021. In January and in seasonally adjusted terms, exports rose 5.4% to 18.9 billion francs and imports by 3.3% to 15.3 billion. In both directions of trafficking, the boom relied heavily on chemicals and pharmaceuticals. The trade balance closed with a surplus of 3.6 billion francs.

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Average annual inflation rate for residential property in 2020 was 2.5 percent

16.02.2021 - The Swiss residential property price index (IMPI) increased in the 4th quarter 2020 compared with the previous quarter by 2.3% and reached 103.1 points (4th quarter 2019 = 100). Compared with the same quarter of the previous year, inflation was 3.1%. The average annual inflation rate for residential property in 2020 was 2.5%.

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EU STUNNED! As Varoufakis destroys ‘glorified cartel’ EU – Jab chaos exposes bloc’s ‘true weakness’

Yanis Varoufakis destroys 'glorified cartel' EU - Jab chaos exposes bloc’s 'true weakness'. YANIS Varoufakis has lashed out at the European Union's failings during the coronavirus crisis as he hit out at the shortage of vaccines across the bloc. The former Greek finance minister blamed the vaccine disaster on a lack of democracy and the EU originating as a “glorified cartel”.

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Yanis Varoufakis with Noam Chomsky on the Greek debt default.

April 16, 2016. Varoufakis tells Chomsky about the inner workings of the EU that he was privy to as the finance minister of Greece.

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