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Large Properties: Why Targeted Business Facilities Are Depreciated

Large Properties: Why Targeted Business Facilities Are Depreciated

In many countries of the world, it is common for dozens of large-scale properties to be displayed with images of abandonment and devaluation, and this is often the case with real estate equipment that may in some cases have been left inside these abandoned facilities. These facilities once housed powerful businesses and industries. The reason …

Further Increase in Inflation launches Increase in Social Inequalities

Further Increase in Inflation launches Increase in Social Inequalities

While the global economy has not yet been able to leave the Covid-19 pandemic irrevocably behind and go unaffected, at the same time, distortions are being created in the global socio-economic context which will surely lead to negative developments. Given the very serious and persistent increase in raw material prices combined with the existing negative …

The Era of Expensive Money

The Era of Expensive Money

Central banks around the world are beginning to gradually implement a tapering policy in which they reduce their purchases on bonds by effectively reducing the liquidity cannula in economies. This is due to the gradual improvement of economic indicators and the rapid rise in inflation. Τhe FED, the Bank of England, the Norges Bank and …

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