IMF pegs Thailand’s growth at sluggish 2.6pc

Bangkok, March 16, 2021The International Monetary Fund (IMF) expects Thailand’s economic recovery to be sluggish in 2021 with growth pegged at 2.6 per cent.The IMF forecast comes after virtual consultation with Thailand held from February 24 to March 11. IMF’s Lamin Leigh led the discussions.Thailand’s economy contracted by 6.1 percent in 2020 amid stringent measures to contain the COVID‑19 pandemic and a sudden stop in … Continue reading IMF pegs Thailand’s growth at sluggish 2.6pc

Bucharest’s real estate swells over 3.5bn euros as major foreign buyers enter Romania

Bucharest, Romania, March 10, 2021.Major international investors led by American Morgan Stanley and Israel’s Adam Europe have propelled Bucharest’s emerging real estate to over 3.5 billion euros, the latest market study ‘The New Face of Bucharest’ done by Bucharest Real Estate Club (BREC).The upswing in real estate that started five years ago in the Romanian capital is now delivering projects poised for completion between 2020 … Continue reading Bucharest’s real estate swells over 3.5bn euros as major foreign buyers enter Romania

Five reasons why global investors are quivering

<p class="has-drop-cap" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80"><br><strong>By Sudeep Sonawane<br>Surat, October 2, 2020</strong><br>Fear and uncertainty prevails among investors over five key reasons that affect markets and global stability.<br>The first is political. Global community health scare is second. The next two are stock market volatility and last is economic policy decision.<br>Investors are concerned over the probability of a disputed outcome of US presidential election on November 2, … Continue reading Five reasons why global investors are quivering