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Posts Tagged ‘direct foreign investment’


Why Would You Want to Invest Offshore in Brazil?

Not that long ago Brazil was touted as one of the BRICs nations. Along with Russia, India, and China and it seemed destined to join the ranks of the most developed and prosperous economies within just a decade or two. Brazil was considered a model for developing nations as employment soared, poverty was reduced, and safety net social programs helped stabilize their society. Then prices for oil and other commodities collapsed. Much of this had to do with China importing less as well. Nevertheless, Brazil was not equipped to moderate its social programs. And, on top of that, investigators uncovered […]

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Should You Be Investing Offshore?

The US stock market rally may have run its course. But the old saying is that there is always a bull market somewhere. Should you be investing in foreign stocks? Money Watch writes about why foreign stocks are beckoning US investors.
Investors in Wall Street’s long-running bull market are obviously a very happy bunch. But many who now question just how long the party will hold up have started looking elsewhere to move at least part of their money. And these days, the international equity markets are beckoning – enticingly so.
Indeed, recent trends have fueled rallies in Europe and the emerging […]

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Invest in Iran

The talks between Iran and the six world powers (USA, Germany, Great Britain, France, Russia, China) are progressing. If the current negotiations succeed to the satisfaction of the world powers, it may be time to invest in Iran. According to an article in Reuters, the U.N. nuclear chief had a useful visit to Iran. Iran […]

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Debt Default and Offshore Investing

Argentina defaulted on its sovereign debt obligations and markets across the world took a hit. What is the relationship between debt default and offshore investing, in Argentina, Latin America and the rest of the world? The first part of fundamental analysis is to research the issue. The Argentine debt default started more than a decade […]

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