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Lumea online a brokerajului presupune anumite riscuri, motiv pentru care am decis să acționăm cu precauție, bazându-ne pe profesionalism, pe educație și informație, urmărind mereu interesele clienților noștri. Atunci când tu câștigi, satisfacția noastră profesională atinge cele mai înalte cote!
Lumea online a brokerajului presupune anumite riscuri, motiv pentru care am decis să acționăm cu precauție, bazându-ne pe profesionalism, pe educație și informație, urmărind mereu interesele clienților noștri. Atunci când tu câștigi, satisfacția noastră profesională atinge cele mai înalte cote!

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Coffee harvest set to drop due to weather conditions!

The world’s third biggest producer of Robusta beans, Indonesia, is set to show a 10% in the next year coffee output due to the strongest El Nino in almost two decades. Indonesia may lose 581.000 metric tons in the year starting April 1, 2016, down from 645.000 tons this year, according to the Bloomberg estimates.
El Nino is expected to be the strongest since 1998, and will peak around the end of the year, according to the Australia Bureau of Meteorology. Weather conditions in October are crucial, as without significant raining this month output could drop by 20 to 25 percent next year.
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China November exports, weaker than expected!

China’s trade balance remain weak in November, spurring more concerns over the second largest world economy growth rate, reinforcing expectations of economists and investors that the government will have to do more to stimulate the domestic consumption in the coming months, give persistent weakness in the coming months.
Exports fell worse than expected, to a 6.8% drop from the numbers recorded a year earlier, facing the fifth straight month of declines, while imports tumbled 8.7% to their 13th drop in a row.
Imports have not slide as much as the investors had feared, giving the impression of a possible soft improvement in the Chines domestic demand, which has been a key factor in driving world commodity prices to multi years lows.
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