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Thursday 15th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Thursday 15th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Published: 15 Apr 2021

Markets GDP The British Pound has drifted lower over the last couple of weeks against the haven-associated Japanese Yen and US Dollar. However, longer-term technical setups suggest that this period of weakness may prove short-lived. The longer-term outlook for GBP/USD continues to favour further gains, as prices consolidate above key confluent support at the 50% Fibonacci (1.3712) and 21-week EMA...

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Another Deserved Recognition for “Georgiev, Todorov & Co.” Law Offices in the Legal 500 EMEA Ranking for 2021

Another Deserved Recognition for “Georgiev, Todorov & Co.” Law Offices in the Legal 500 EMEA Ranking for 2021

Published: 15 Apr 2021

Georgiev, Todorov & Co. is proud to be recognised in the Legal 500for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) is now available online. Additional information on the sector by sector ranking for Bulgaria can be foundhere. In a year of global pandemic and unprecedented health and economic conditions, Georgiev, Todorov & Co. Law Offices continued to provide excellent legal services in various f...

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What is the Mandatory Initial Mediation Session?

What is the Mandatory Initial Mediation Session?

Published: 15 Apr 2021

Find out about the Mandatory Initial Mediation Session. Find out about the benefits of Mediation. The Managing Partner of our law firm Vicky Athanassoglou is an Accredited Mediator and Alternate Member of the Central Mediation Committee ("KED") of the Ministry of Justice (http://www.diamesolavisi.gov.gr/selida/kentriki-epitropi-diamesolavisis), as well as rapporteur to the Committee on ...

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Wednesday 14th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Wednesday 14th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Published: 14 Apr 2021

Markets GDPThe British Pound is moving lower against the Euro, the Japanese Yen, the Australian Dollar, and the New Zealand Dollar after Andy Haldane, the Bank of England’s chief economist, said he was leaving the Bank. He is regarded as the most hawkish member of the Bank’s monetary policy committee so his departure could mean less pressure on the Bank to raise interest rates as the UK economy ex...

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Labor Law Reform: Subcontracting

Labor Law Reform: Subcontracting

Published: 13 Apr 2021

UPDATE: FEDERAL LABOR LAW REFORM BILL REGARDING SUBCONTRACTING As we have been informing, in November 2020 the president of the United Mexican States (“Mexico”) presented before Congress a reform bill to the Federal Labor Law, with the intention of prohibiting personnel subcontracting operations and, instead, allow only the ones regarding specialized services or specialized works. With regards to ...

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Monday 12th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Monday 12th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Published: 12 Apr 2021

Markets GDP EUR/GBP: The Pound has come under notable pressure in recent sessions with last week seeing the currency post its worst week against the USD since December and September against the Euro. A factor behind the recent weakness had stemmed from the short squeeze in EUR/GBP. However, with the move looking to have taken its full course having failed to break the 0.87 handles, GBP may find a...

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Change of Heart

Change of Heart

Published: 08 Apr 2021

A 52-year-old female underwent a heart transplant for a dilated cardiomyopathy. It transpired that 30 years before she had complained of some palpitations and was taken into a major hospital. In the cardiac unit she underwent various tests. Her palpitations settled without any particular management, but she was told she had a “weak heart”. No follow-up was arranged at the time, but she was advised...

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Wednesday 7th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Wednesday 7th April - Today’s Rates & Market News

Published: 07 Apr 2021

Markets GDP The pound has softened against most peer currencies over the last day. Cable has posted a six-day low at 1.3772, down on the 18-day high seen yesterday at 1.3920. The biggest moves have been seen against the yen and euro, which have outperformed the main currencies we keep tabs on over the last day. This is something of a reversal of recent themes, with the yen and euro having lately b...

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