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The job boom is doomed for the USA


A security representing a share in the capital of a public company. This owner assures membership rights (voting and election rights at the general meeting) and property rights (right to share in profits, share in capital growth or in the liquidation result).

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Lending on the capital market. Bonds can have fixed or variable interest rates. Portions of a bond that are designed as securities and are therefore tradable are called liabilities or bonds.

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Unemployment rate

The percentage of unemployed people willing to work, measured as the ratio of the unemployed to the labor force.

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take part

Long-term, capital-related interests in other companies that have economic impact or similar objectives in the foreground. Holdings are valued most commonly at cost price.

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The US central banking system to which twelve Federal Reserve banks are linked. At the top is the Governing Board (Board) in Washington, which also provides a majority vote on the Open Market Committee, which decides monetary policy.

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appreciation or currency depreciation. The change is given as the inflation rate. This often causes central banks to adopt a restrictive monetary policy (high prime interest rate), which weighs in on stocks and bonds. Opposite: deflation, deflation.

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Often used synonymously for the state of the economy as a whole. The research emphasizes the cyclical course of economic growth (upturn, boom, downturn, recession, depression). This is the reason why the term business cycle is also used in English.

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wage-price spiral

Self-reinforcing process whereby an increase in the price level leads to an increase in wages, which in turn leads to an upward adjustment in prices.

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1. Evolution of the price of a security. 2. The performance of a portfolio, usually expressed as a percentage, including distributions (reinvestment). 3. The investment policy performance of the management of the investment fund, investment company, hedge fund or pension fund with a view to the investment goal.

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Systematic security evaluation as a basis for investment policy. It is divided into fundamental analysis and technical analysis.

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government bond

A bond issued by the government to meet its domestic or foreign financial needs. Government bond yields act as a benchmark for other issuers in the same country. Unlike other countries, Switzerland does not issue any confederation bonds abroad.

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A situation in which an economy suffers from both weak GDP growth (stagnation) and inflation.

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interest structure curve

Represents the current return (return to maturity) of interest-bearing investments of different maturities and of similar quality. Because market expectations are embedded in current returns, the yield curve reflects a consensus investor forecast. Examples are the Confederation Yield Curve and the Swap Rate Curve.

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