Daily Wealth Letter from The Wealth Forums 15 Aug 2016

Bribery and Corruption, Markets, Reports — By on August 15, 2016 at 10:26 AM
Ian Brodie

Ian Brodie

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NUMBER 275  MONDAY,  AUGUST 15, 2016

London most exposed to Brexit woes

London could bear the brunt of a post-Brexit vote downturn, according to economic indicators in the weeks since the EU referendum pointing to job cuts, falling house prices and a decline in business activity in the capital.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/08/15/london-exposed-brexit-woes/

German savers face negative rates

Savers in Germany are facing the prospect of losing cash in their bank accounts, after a small Bavarian lender announced it will start charging negative interest rates on their deposits.  READ MORE:http://theweaThemeslthforums.com/2016/08/15/german-savers-face-negative-rates/

Bribery case ‘politically motivated’

A Chinese billionaire arrested in a United Nations bribery scandal asserted in court papers Thursday that charges against him were politically motivated, a way for the United States to block his construction of a major U.N. conference center in China and slow the progress of Chinese influence over developing nations.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/08/15/bribery-case-politically-motivated/

The Wealth Letter is published every business day by The Wealth Forums: www.thewealthforums.com

NUMBER 275  MONDAY,  AUGUST 15, 2016London most exposed to Brexit woesLondon could bear the brunt of a post-Brexit vote downturn, according to economic indicators in the weeks since the EU referendum pointing to job cuts, falling house prices and a decline in business activity in the capital.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/08/15/london-exposed-brexit-woes/German savers face negative rates

Savers in Germany are facing the prospect of losing cash in their bank accounts, after a small Bavarian lender announced it will start charging negative interest rates on their deposits.  READ MORE:http://thewealthforums.com/2016/08/15/german-savers-face-negative-rates/

Bribery case ‘politically motivated’

A Chinese billionaire arrested in a United Nations bribery scandal asserted in court papers Thursday that charges against him were politically motivated, a way for the United States to block his construction of a major U.N. conference center in China and slow the progress of Chinese influence over developing nations.  READ MORE: http://thewealthforums.com/2016/08/15/bribery-case-politically-motivated/

 

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