Ruptly TV
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We see that our French friends are interested in broadening economic cooperation. Last year direct investment from France into Russia's economy increased by 2.5 billion dollars. At the same time, the bilateral turnover has also been on the rise. Last year it grew by 14 percent and within the last three months of this year - by 23.7 percent." SOT, Vladimir Putin, Russian President (Russian): "As for Russia's alleged interference into several elections, we haven't discussed this issue. Mr. President has not shown any interest in discussing this issue and I don't think there is anything to be discussed." Video ID: 20170529-025 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: cd@ruptly.tv Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
BBC Parliament
2 hours
people of citizenship if they have another citizenship elsewhere to make sure they don't come back to this country. Because of the investment we have made, we have more powers and more ability to monitor them. I have used the example... Only seven are currently operating
The Event Chronicle
3 hours
But perhaps he should not have been so eager to take credit, because what goes up must come down. The following is an excerpt from a recent Vanity Fair articleAccording to Douglas Ramsay, chief investment officer of the Leuthold Group, Trump administration officials will come to regret gloating about the market’s performance. That’s because Trump enters the White House during one of the most richly valued stock markets in U.S. history. The last president to come in at such valuations was George W. Bush, and the dot-com bubble burst soon afterward. Bill Clinton began his second term in a more overvalued stock market in 1997, and exited unscathed. But if his timing were different by just a year, he would have been blamed for the early-aughts market crash. This stock market bubble was not primarily created by Barack Obama, Donald Trump or any other politician.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
They say they are concerned about this. They will be. My constituency is rather divided. The key point I have made is we have had a huge investment in schools over the last ten years, a enormous amount. Going forward means the chances of reinvesting much more money in the.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
We have said that any of the reassessment about how the money is spent, those schools that lose out will not lose out. They will be guaranteed that money. That is the funding for Miller. But the investment you are putting into schools in real terms... At any of the Headteachers said that they are happy with current resources?.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
Crime has been falling, and some will say one of the reasons is because police numbers and please investment has been up just at the point that crime has been going in the right direction, you are making the courts to policing, and there it is no act acid that all this crime is starting to shoot up again. I think the issue around knife crime is an area to be looked at think the issue around knife crime.
BBC Parliament
4 hours
with their heating and fuel allowance. They can means test that, and the money saved will be reinvested into social care. There is no extra investment on one side of the border or the other and we want to keep that with people over a certain age with what they always wanted. What they all is wanted before, sorry
BBC Parliament
4 hours
table, we are falling down... Scotland has prided itself in our education system for centuries and now standards in our schools are falling, teachers being removed and at the same time investment not taking place where it is absolutely essential. And you will know from the colleges. 130,000 places removed from the colleges in the ten years that the SNP.
The Sun Daily
4 hours
“One can use cash or credit card but most prefer to use digital currency as it is easier, as one does not have to carry so much cash around,” she said. However, many declined to be interviewed when approached at the mall or at the atrium near the office, claiming they were not investors in the virtual currency scheme. In September last year, theSun reported that Mcoin was becoming a hot investment as many people were attracted to its high yields. Investors obtain the digital currency by subscribing to various packages ranging from US$100 to US$15,000 (RM427 to RM64,140). Mcoin, purportedly the pioneer in digital currency in Malaysia, is especially popular in Penang, on the back of wide acceptance of “Mpoints” in the city. Mpoints has been around for four to five years and is undertaken through MFace International Sdn Bhd, a unit of MBI. Investors start by buying a package of Mcoins that later grow as the coins are “split” to increase the number of coins in circulation.
KyivPost
4 hours
They are also used as safe havens for cash, with many people buying an apartment during the construction phaseand keeping it empty, with a view to selling it in future at a profit. “This is where Ukrainians put their money,” said Tim Louzonis of AIM Reality Kyiv. “It’s rational behavior. It keeps prices higher than you would expect for income levels.” The apartment seen by the Kyiv Post was offered in “bare wallscondition, a standard feature of many new developments. This means it is sold without and furniture, fixtures orfittings and is little more than bricks and mortar. Equity growth on such apartments, say local agents, is expected to be higher in the long-term when compared to older properties. In terms of investment, once renovations have been done at a cost of $500 per square meter, such apartments can typically yield seven to eight percent annual return.
Dezeen
5 hours
The Japanese House exhibition at London's Barbican doesn't offer solutions to the housing crisis, says Owen Hatherley , but it does show what's possible when architects respond to extreme change and instability. In most places, certainly in Britain, the point of the private house is stability and predictability . Increasing in correlation with the rise of the house as an overvalued investment vehicle is an extreme conservatism about what that commodity actually looks like. So in order for the confidence trick that a mediocre mass-produced house should cost, say, £250,000 to be effective, the house has to look like a house in the most obvious and tedious way – bedrooms, garden, load-bearing walls, pitched roof, non-functional chimney, all need to be in the expected place. One of the many interesting things about Barbican's The Japanese House exhibition is that the houses resemble cultural commodities such as cars, stereos, films and cartoons, with an apparent indifference to what a house ought to look like.
The Economic Times
5 hours
It said it would have to start selling its assets to raise such an amount. The concessionaire had earlier told the court that it has been paying Rs 18-20 crore a month since July 2013 for servicing the debt and has already shelled out over Rs 1070 crore towards payment of interest with the initial capital still remaining as outstanding. According to DAMEPL's plea, the concession agreement was entered into between the two on August 25, 2008. Under the agreement the DMRC was to carry out the civil works, excluding at the depot, and the balance, including the project system works, were to be executed by DAMEPL, the plea has said. The Airport Express line was commissioned on February 23, 2011 after an investment of Rs 2,885 crore funded by DAMEPL's promoters' fund, banks and financial institutions. DAMEPL has said it had terminated the concession agreement as the DMRC had not cured some defects in the line within 90 days of the notice issued by it.
Sky News
5 hours
housing. We need to have this conversation. Whether the Conservatives win or do not win, we are hearing from the public that they want more investment in public services, they are scared of another five years of cuts, which is what.
Sky News
5 hours
again. I am keen to hear both leader stocking about what they plan for social care and investment in the economy, how they plan to tackle climate change, which we have not heard about in this election, housing, the.
Sputnik International
6 hours
The Sun Daily
6 hours
"One can use cash or credit card but most prefer to use digital currency as it is easier, as one does not have to carry so much cash around," she said. However, many declined to be interviewed when approached at the mall or at the atrium near the office, claiming they were not investors in the virtual currency scheme. In September last year, theSun reported that Mcoin was becoming a hot investment as many people were attracted to its high yields. Investors obtain the digital currency by subscribing to various packages ranging from US$100 to US$15,000 (RM427 to RM64,140). Mcoin, purportedly the pioneer in digital currency in Malaysia, is especially popular in Penang, on the back of wide acceptance of "Mpoints" in the city. Mpoints has been around for four to five years and is undertaken through MFace International Sdn Bhd, a unit of MBI. Investors start by buying a package of Mcoins that later grow as the coins are "split" to increase the number of coins in circulation.
NewsMax
6 hours
The Economic Times
6 hours
Further, VFX content on OTT platforms in India will only fuel further growth. However, some challenges continue to plague the animation and VFX industry. Animation in India continues to be perceived as a kidscategory unlike the US, where adults constitute a major audience for animated content. Further, the Indian market has not been receptive to domestic animated films, with only a handful of releases in 2016, which saw a lukewarm box office response. This is contrary to the robust performance of Hollywood content such as the Jungle Book, pointing towards a need for investing in local animated franchises. Baahubali is an example which could be ripe for such experimentation in the near future. The relatively higher costs of production of animated content on TV versus a daily soap, coupled with non-commensurate returns in terms of ad rates, acts as a deterrent for investment in animated content on TV.
The Economic Times
7 hours
The Economic Times
7 hours
7 last month -- the highest since at least late 2015. The assessment of the current economic situation has also dampened, falling to 12.2 in May from 17.6 in April. "The rather optimistic sentiment witnessed in the previous survey has thus faded" although the long-term outlook remains stable, said Michael Schroeder, a senior researcher at ZEW. Sales ManagersA survey-based gauge of sales-manager sentiment also hit a six-month low at 51.6 in May, dragged down by a sub-index assessing the potential of market growth, according to London-based research firm World Economics Ltd. A reading above 50 indicates expansion. Managers in services sectors were more upbeat than those in the manufacturing sector, the report said, a sign of the Chinese economy's gradual reliance on consumption rather than investment and export-led growth. The "economy continued to grow in May but at a slower rate than has been the case for some time," analysts at the firm wrote, "even though sales have remained stable in May, sales managers have expressed worry that the overall growth trend can't continue.
The Economic Times
7 hours
The industry is not prepared to go electric straight away as the industry needs time as it is a totally different technology. There will be hundreds and thousands of partsmakers who will be out of business as you dont require those parts in the electric vehicles. On the other hand, the electric vehicles require such high level of electronics that is currently not available in the country today – the software and the telematics, I dont think we are ready for it. But if we have to change, I am sure that India has always lived upto the expectations and the industry has never let the Government down. We will surely achieve this. But I think the Government should take it a little easy on this Policy for the next 4-5 years as companies have made a lot of investments on Euro VI. Once we get into Euro VI that is based on IC technology, we dont want that investment to go down, and have people with balance sheets in the red.
The Economic Times
7 hours
5 lakh in fixed deposits and Rs 2 lakh in his savings account. How can the risks be overcome? Passive investors cannot create significant wealth as inflation eats into their returns and the power of compounding does not work for them. Turning to a financial adviser to find ways to align goals with investments can be a start. Gahlaut says, “While executing investments based on advice, start small but be decisive. Understand benefits of the recommended investment products. These small steps will make the investing journey less risky.” GAURAV KAWALI 30, PUNE The risk he faces: All his money is in fixed deposits and savings accounts. As the returns are poor, his wealth will not grow substantially. PROCRASTINATOR What are the traits? The lazy ones. They lack the motivation to act on the overload of information they are privy to and lose out on opportunities in the process.
South China Morning Post
7 hours
Lianhua Supermarket Holdings shares were halted in Hong Kong after the retailers stock jumped by almost 22 per cent following the announcement that Alibaba Group Holding has emerged as its second-largest shareholder. The stake purchase is the latest in a long line of Alibaba investment in brick and mortar shopping malls, part of a strategy adopted by the e-commerce giant since 2015 to broaden its exposure to markets where online and offline retailers are converging. Lianhua shares...
Politico
7 hours
This year, another block grant will help pay for a new Indiana University campus downtown. Losing the grants would leave her with few options. “Forty percent of our citizens are in poverty. The last thing they need is a tax increase,” Freeman-Wilson said. “Not only do we not have the authority to raise it, I dont know that that’s the best answer for this problem.” Cutting off lifelines for economic development and job training could send struggling economies into stagnation just as some of them are starting to regain their footing. “You get this cascading effect when you start cutting funding to states,” said Michael Brown, an economist at Wells Fargo. “Think of Canton, Ohio, or Hickory N.C., manufacturing towns. They’re sort of stuck. I dont know that there’s a recovery there without a public or private investment in education.” Catherine Boudreau contributed to this report.