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Monetary Policy Decisions of the Week

In September Janet Yellen, chair of the US Federal Reserve, provoked global uncertainty when deferring a rise in interest rates. A month later, after the US job report was published on Friday, expectations that...

Website Update

The Investment Fund is proud to announce the launch of a major redesign of our official webpage. With the updated appearance, also comes the new content. We are working hard to deliver to you the best...

Trading During UK Elections

This week is very significant in currency markets, as several trends seem to be starting, which can significantly influence competitiveness Authors of this post present their own interpretation of the situation in main currency...

Nasdaq Baltic – Thesis Competition 2015

To honor the best Bachelor and Master Thesis across Baltic, Nasdaq Baltic Exchanges organize Thesis Competition 2015. The aim of the Competition is to develop an interest in the Baltic capital market, to encourage...

DNB Trade Investment Game 2015

  Dear participants, We are honored to announce that the largest Baltic stock-simulation game – DNB Trade Investment Game 2015 has officially started. This year, each of you had (and still have) the opportunity...

One Step Ahead: The Fed Vows to Increase Rates

What? This week Janet Yellen was giving testimonies in front of the Congress during her official semi-annual meeting. Amid all else, Ms. Yellen opened the doors for possible forthcoming monetary tightening, the first one...

Why are Greeks still important?

Interesting times we live in. That said, when an economist says ‘interesting’, it, of course, means that something somewhere is going wrong. Well, it is. While Greek freshly elected government is desperately trying to...

Looking For Some Oil? Get Deflation for Free

It does not take to be a financial or economic expert to know that the Eurozone is gradually but confidently sliding into deflation. According to Eurostat, in December 2014 inflation has crossed the “red...

Will Quantitative Easing Save Europe?

On Thursday, the European Central Bank has published Account of Monetary Policy Meeting. The largest topic that now is being discussed is Quantitative Easing (QE). It assumes purchases of European bonds, mostly governmental. The...