soft currency

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soft currency

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According to the newly released ECA region s Economic Outlook, Low Commodity Prices and Weak Currencies the Europe and Central Asia region has still not fully recovered from the after-effects of the global financial crisis and part of the region is facing strong headwinds.
However, the figures are expected to drop this year due to a strong dollar, weak currencies in Europe and Russia and the impact of lower oil prices on consumer confidence in some tourism markets.
Emirates has also warned that while they may be benefiting from low oil prices, its bottom line is being hit by weak currencies in Europe, Russia and elsewhere.
During the second half of the year, we will probably see more of the same: weak currencies unfortunately accompanied by timid advances in building new trade routes, and increased inflation and unemployment.
Other factors, such as weak currencies in consumer economies, subsidy cuts,consumer tax hikes, lower spending in producer countries and mounting deflationary concerns, have kept demand growth in check so far.
As it does, mood will deteriorate, traders will sell euros and other weak currencies, and the SNB will abandon its peg in an effort to protect whatever valuable assets it has left.
To a question about the hospitality industry outlook in 2015, he said overall forecast is not that bright owing to the rock bottom oil prices and weak currencies may result in less international travel due to budget restraints.
Thus, weak currencies and more debt may be apt to lead to falling confidence rather than surges in exports that will help their countries adjust to the new shocks.
Weak currencies for Vietnam and Sri Lanka did help support their NR exports in the past, but not to the same extent recently.
High fuel costs and weak currencies in some key markets flattened first-half profit growth at Dubai's flagship airline Emirates, signalling Gulf carriers are not immune to the pressures on the industry despite rising passenger numbers.
While being the easiest option, it is also not desirable because of the advantage of easy policies and weak currencies held by major economies such as Japan and Britain, according to a Reuters report.
The fund seeks to provide diversification benefits to a sovereign portfolio by offering an inflation hedge via avoidance of weak currencies.