Building a business usually comes with a high responsibility, especially if you know anything about building a business. To get the benefits of building a business, you need to understand how the laws and taxes work for business person than employee. Both of them have different rules. If you’re a business owner, you need to play with business rules, not the one that you use when you’re still an employee. Continue reading
When people like politicians interventions
Politicians, experts on post messages that people have been very clever in his management of the messages received by the people about who the real cause of the situation we find ourselves. Plus, with its high activity, have also given the impression that they were doing things to solve problems.
And not only in Spain, since the alleged solutions we have seen around the world have followed a similar pattern, I suppose for this we must thank the famous meetings of the G8 and the G20.
Santander shares to bag out of its Brazilian subsidiary
In order to raise a lot of money, the Brazilian unit of Santander announces an initial public offering, equivalent to an IPO (Initial Public Offering of shares).
The primary objective is to raise about 200 million U.S. dollars. That is what appears from a statement to the Securities Commission of the United States.
The offer will be conducted through the Stock Exchange of St. Paul. The shares will be offered in the bag and also listed on Wall Street. Continue reading
Euribor continues to set minimum: time to prevent
I’ll start with a post in which I comment that I think is worth remembering that the “comfortable” situation where we can find reviews of our mortgages, can change at any time and that therefore the family economy as the business, have a good margin for maneuver in terms of debt that we use, is essential to not meet with unpleasant situations in the future may be closer than we think.
All to review or have reviewed their mortgages this year, will have been a great “joy.” Its shares have fallen very relevant as long as they did not have a clause with a minimum rate of pay.
It seems obvious that sooner or later we will see the Euribor rise and therefore we find that our fees will rise again. Anyway I think it is good to remember above all not to “accommodate” to the rates we pay for our mortgages today. What is clear is that at least this year, the monthly expenditure that we have a mortgage and we pay (for now), will be considerably lower than last year and that’s always a joy.
Will there be new stimulus plans?
What economic situation would be living now if you have not been implemented incentive plans to the finances of all countries? Globalization has brought a number of criticisms. Many see it as a loss of identity of individuals and nations for a single. The singularities are disappearing and all we’re looking increasingly más.Sin is however undeniable that thanks to this phenomenon has been able to create a common reaction of all countries to curb the worst financial magnitude of the last seventy years.
The country that has led this movement containment before the economic tsunami has been the United States. Their plans have been a reference stimulus for other nations. Now we start the discussion there about whether it is necessary to implement a new plan to stimulate the ailing economy. Opponents are more optimistic. They think the worst is behind us and what lies ahead in the coming months are positive data certify that the citizens will be able to smile again. By contrast, others do that are in favor of giving a new push to fear that we still have the possibility to plummet into the depths of the crisis.
According to a biannual report published by the NABE company in the North American country, the substantial aid distributed so far by the Administration have helped stop the U.S. economic decline, although only 35% of respondents felt that monetary policy has been correct. In fact, half of the experts said that was “too stimulative” in survey and during teleconference session. “Three-quarters said they would like a more restrictive fiscal policy over the next two years, but only 28% expect to happen” in the report.