Posted on December 10, 2017
The US Senate passed its own version of tax reforms that almost halves corporate tax rates. The bill also clarifies the details of repatriation tax, which encourages international giants to bring home their money kept abroad. But the new rules are far from perfect.
Posted on December 03, 2017
Low interest rates may create new investment bubbles on the market. The latest one might very well be art, as da Vinci’s Salvator Mundi was just sold for $450 million at an auction. The painting was considered to worth “only” $100 million before.
Posted on November 26, 2017
The euro-zone had its strongest period in a decade, and the whole EU may head towards a new golden era. This is great news since the financial crisis took its toll on the EU and it has several problems on its own too. The European Commission also raised its growth forecast, but there are some uncertainties.
Posted on November 19, 2017
Volkswagen may have suffered the biggest scandal of its history with the dieselgate in 2015 but they seem to be back on track. For 2016 they reported record profits, and the first two quarters of 2017 have been great for them as well. Their stock prices are back from the serious fall caused by the scandal, too.
Posted on November 12, 2017
Prices are continuously rising on stock markets: S&P500 just hit a historical record at 2597 points. Investment and hedge funds have been pouring money into the markets and even a central bank is spending big. But there are others who wait for a correction.