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The ECB’s New Asset Purchasing Plan – An Unnecessary Risk?
Last Updated on Oct 08 2014

The ECB’s New Asset...

Throughout the Eurozone debt crisis and the EU’s economic downturn, the European Central Bank (ECB) has assumed a somewhat passive role. With the Eurozone’s fragile recovery beginning to emit signs of faltering, policy-makers are turning to the...
Worker’s Rights in Qatar Amid the 2022 World Cup: On Course or Stagnating?
Last Updated on Oct 08 2014

Worker’s Rights in Qatar...

The Middle East depends heavily on domestic workers yet trails behind other regions in adopting critical reforms that guarantee workers’ rights. Countries in the Gulf region are reputed to have some of the poorest human rights records. Almost...
EU Sanctions Against Russia May End Up Being Counterproductive
Last Updated on Oct 01 2014

EU Sanctions Against Russia...

The ongoing crisis in Ukraine and the annexation of Crimea underline Russia’s will to reassert itself in global politics. Under President Vladimir Putin, Moscow’s foreign policy has been driven by a consistent desire to restore Russia’s great...
Lack of Innovation May Harm European Recovery In the Long Run
Last Updated on Oct 01 2014

Lack of Innovation May Harm...

European economies continue to struggle in emerging from the recession. Economic recovery after the Eurozone debt crisis has proved sluggish and high unemployment and inflation remain a persistent issue. To make matters worse, Europe may be...
Situating far right ideologies in the Russia-Ukraine conflict
Last Updated on Oct 01 2014

Situating far right...

            With the surprisingly high percentage of far right, far left and eurosceptic political parties in the European Parliament (EP), interest in radical ideologies is on the rise in...

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Russia, in response to VISA and MasterCard actions is preparing for its own national payment system.

To remind, on Friday, March 21. VISA and MasterCard have blocked credit card services for several Russian banks as a result of UN sanctions, which were renewed in March 20.

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China's vast factory sector contracted again this month and the expected acceleration in euro zone business activity failed to materialize, highlighting the fragile state of a global economy.

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Qualcomm Inc CEO Paul Jacobs promised on Wednesday to return 75 percent of free cash flow to shareholders through stock buybacks and increased dividends, a new commitment that was lower than some investors hoped for following record returns last year.

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