Home
Search results “Currency exchange cyprus” for the 2015
Cypriot pound
 
09:02
The pound, also known as the lira, was the currency of Cyprus, including the Sovereign Base Areas in Akrotiri and Dhekelia, until 31 December 2007, when the Republic of Cyprus adopted the euro. However, the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus used and still uses on the official level the Turkish lira. The Cyprus pound was replaced by the euro as official currency of the Republic of Cyprus on 1 January 2008 at the irrevocable fixed exchange rate of CYP 0.585274 per EUR 1.00. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 2291 Audiopedia
nepal currency
 
01:01
Click here to join my bestselling udemy course for FREE https://www.udemy.com/entrepreneurs-entrepreneurship-tips-tricks-and-more/?couponCode=YOUTUBE%28FREE%29 nepal currency Watch my video nepal currency and learn about the Nepalese Rupee. I show you how to convert Nepalese Rupee (NPR) currency to British Pound (GBP) currency. I use xe.com an online currency converter and calculator. The Nepalese Rupee is the currency of Nepal. XE currency rankings show that the most popular Nepal Rupee exchange rate is the NPR to GBP rate. The currency code for Rupees is NPR, and the currency symbol is ₨. The rupee (Nepali: रूपैयाँ) is the official currency of Nepal. The present rupee has the ISO 4217 code NPR and is normally abbreviated with the sign ₨. It is subdivided into 100 paisa. The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Nepal Rastra Bank. Several other currencies are also called rupee. Nepal,Money,currency,yak,munal,tiger,elephant,rhino,pasia,rupiya,rupees,NRS,ruphia,Nepali currency,Nepali Money,Best money,ek,pach,dus nepal currency Contact: Christos Pittis website: www.christospittis.com https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ twitter: https://twitter.com/CPITTIS facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/christoscpittis email: [email protected] https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqulZeiMIfgPv_LirylA0g/videos
Views: 48673 Entrepreneurship pdf
First day of the Euro currency in the country
 
03:02
1. Wide of National Bank of slovenia 2. Sign outside bank 3. Man changing money in bank 4. Man picking up euros 5. Bank teller counting out euros 6. Man picking up euros 7. Man and woman at bank counter 8. Man at bank counter in background, Slovenian and European flags in foreground 9. Poster explaining the exchange rate 10. Pan from woman at bank counter to bank teller 11. Bank teller counting out euros 12. Woman taking euros 13. Wide of posters explaining currency change 14. Wide of main square 15. Ljubljana flag on top of building 16. Wide of town 17. Slovenian, Ljubljana and European flags on building 18. People in street 19. Wide of caf� 20. People sitting in caf� 21. SOUNDBITE: (English) Andre, Resident of Ljubljana: "The Euro in Slovenia is definitely cool because it's nice to have a common currency, strong currency, so I just paid for me first coffee, yes with tolars but I got euros back so I like it." 22. People in caf� 23. SOUNDBITE: (English) Matejaz, Resident of Ljubljana: "I also think euro is a good thing for Slovenia. We live near the border with Austria so a common currency can be useful. It's a strong currency, we are happy to have it." 24. People paying for drinks (AUDIO: Music) 25. Close-up of person's hands as they hand over coins to pay 26. Man paying for drinks 27. poster comparing prices in tolars and euros 28. Woman in caf� 29. Various of people in shop paying for goods in euros 30. Shop assistant taking tolars from woman in payment but giving change in euros 31. Close-up of till draw with euros in 32. Man paying for goods in shop 33. Wide of people walking into shop, poster in shop window explaining euros STORYLINE: Slovenia adopted the Euro on Monday, becoming the thirteenth EU (European Union) nation to use the single European currency. The Slovene tolar and the euro will be in dual use until January 15, when the euro will officially take over as the country's sole legal tender. Prime Minister Janez Jansa called the switch the biggest national achievement since the tiny Alpine country of two (m) million joined the EU in 2004. Slovenia, a former Yugoslav republic, is the only one of the ten nations that joined at that time to have fulfilled the rigorous economic criteria needed to join the euro zone. More than two-thirds of the country's cash machines were fully operating in euros by late morning, while gas stations and highway toll booths switched immediately as the New Year kicked off. There were no reports of any glitches. A recent EU survey showed more than 70 percent of Slovenes happy to embrace the euro, with many saying they see it as further proof they are part of mainstream Europe. Andre, a resident of Slovenia's capital Ljubljana, said it was "cool" that his country had changed to the euro. "It's nice to have a common currency, strong currency," Andre said. "I just paid for me first coffee, yes with tolars but I got euros back," he added. Matejaz, who also lives in Ljubljana, agreed that changing to the euro would be good for Slovenia. "We live near the border with Austria so a common currency can be useful," Matejaz said. Slovenes adopted the currency at a rate of 239.640 tolars to one euro as of January 1. To preserve its national identity in the uniform euro zone, Slovenia used its right to display its national symbols on the euro coins it mints in the country. Only 20 years ago, Slovenia was a communist republic with annual inflation running up to 1,500 percent; now inflation is 1.9 percent, lower than Germany's. Its economic growth was four percent last year, well above the EU's average of 1.4 percent. The addition of Slovenia expands the euro zone to a population of 316.6 (m) million. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f260bccd8f452c0a269bd085a986923a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 2668 AP Archive
Cypriot president comment on EU currency zone
 
01:24
SHOTLIST 1. Wide shot of Tassos Papadopulous, Cypriot President sitting down for news conference 2. Close-up of Cypriot flag 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tassos Papadopoulos, Cypriot President: "This is a very historical day for Cyprus. It has become possible through hard work of government officials, the experts who advised us, their understanding of the European Central Bank and the (European) Commission. It's a proof that the economic policy that we have followed in Cyprus has been rewarded by making it possible for us to accomplish the indicators, which are very strict as you know, and which have been, demanded by the European Central Bank and by the (European) Commission." 4. Medium shot of news conference 5. Cutaway of journalist taking notes 6. SOUNDBITE: (English) Tassos Papadopoulos, Cypriot President: "In the case of Cyprus we are expecting that the rounding up of prices would be downwards, not upwards, because right now our currency is stronger than the Euro." 6. Papadopulous leaving news conference STORYLINE: The President of Cyprus on Thursday welcomed the go-ahead received from European Union leaders for his country to join the euro currency zone and called it "a very historical day for Cyprus." Tassos Papadopoulos spoke in Brussels shortly after the approval for Cyprus and Malta to join the zone came through during the meeting of EU heads of states. The EU go-ahead, he added, was "proof that the economic policy that we have followed in Cyprus has been rewarded". Final approval, however, will come from EU finance ministers on July 10, bringing the number of countries using the currency to 15. Cyprus and Malta will bring just over 1 (m) million people to the 318 (m) million who now use the euro. Their economies account for only 0.2 percent of euro-zone gross domestic product. Papadopoulos added that the round up of prices in Cyrus once it switches to euro will go downwards and not upwards as was the case in many EU countries when they adopted euro." One area of concern over Cyprus was what might happen if the Greek Cypriot part of the island reunites with the breakaway northern Turkish Cypriot republic. EU officials insist that letting Cyprus into the euro zone is purely an economic issue. Formal documents barely mention northern Cyprus beyond a minor reference in a European Central Bank report that predicts substantial costs to develop the Turkish Cypriot part after the island is reunified. As things stand, only the Greek Cypriot state is recognised by the European Union and will adopt the euro, leaving the Turkish lira as the currency in the northern part of the island. EU Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Joaquin Almunia has warned the Turkish Cypriots against using the euro despite not being part of the euro zone - as non-EU members Montenegro and Andorra do. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/beb580fd3a321410955701941d45c1b8 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 92 AP Archive
Cyprus prepares to become part of Euro Zone at  midnight
 
03:30
Nicosia, Republic of Cyprus 1. Nicosia city centre, Christmas tree in foreground 2. Exterior Ministry of Finance with huge euro symbol outside 3. Interior Ministry of Finance lobby, tilt up on display tower showing euro notes 4. Close up 20 Cyprus Pound note in reporter's hands, then he shows the 10 Cyprus Pound note, cut to wide of Michalis Sarris, Cyprus Minister of Finance, being interviewed, UPSOUND: (English) reporter (off camera) says "I presume that's Aphrodite on the front, and I'm not sure who this is - is this Apollo on the 10 Pound note? ... Apollo, OK, and now you're going to give all this up for a picture of a bridge in Portugal or something. Are you going to miss this money, do you think? Do people get sentimental about this kind of thing?" 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Michalis Sarris, Cyprus Minister of Finance "I think yes, for two reasons. First, the Cyprus pound as I said earlier... We're going from a good currency, to a better currency, unlike the drachma, the lire, the liretta, that had also known, for a variety of reasons, some adventures prior to converting to the euro, so people will miss it, and incidentally many will keep that as souvenirs, and we expect anything between 10 to 20 percent of the currency in coins in circulation not to be returned to the Central Bank, and people will keep it for their kids, they will keep a set, they will keep it for themselves. I think emotionally we will miss it, but I think economically, financially, commercially, from a business point of view, it is the correct decision that by far outweighs the emotional attachment that we have had to this faithful and attractive servant." 6. Taxi driver getting into cab 7. Sticker in back window of cab showing cab fare rates in euros and Cyprus pounds, UPSOUND: (English) reporter (off camera) says "Are you going to miss the old money do you think?" 8. SOUNDBITE: (English) Polis Poliviou, Greek-Cypriot taxi driver "Yes, we are losing our personality as well. Everybody's got the same coin everywhere, everybody's got the same money. It's like you lose your flag, your personality, your image. You have the same as everybody in Europe." Nicosia, Turkish Republic of North Cyprus (TRNC) 9. Busy roundabout 10. People sitting at outdoor cafe 11. Set up shot businessman Ali Erel, in his living room 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ali Erel, chairman of the Cyprus EU Association (Reporter says off camera: "Do you expect to see taxi drivers, shopkeepers, businesses here working in euro very soon?") "Well our market is very used to using several kind of currencies together in parallel, so the Cyprus pound was one of them only. We are already using euro in our market, together with dollars and sterling, so it's a mixed market, so our official currency, although it is Turkish lire, most of the prices in the north are in terms of other currencies." (Reporter says off camera: "Doesn't that confuse people?") "I think they are more used to using more than one currency in parallel than any other European community, I can say." 13. Wall display in bureau de change, showing euro notes and coins, tilt down to rear shot reporter at desk, UPSOUND: (English) reporter says "Can I change some Cyprus pounds for euro?" 14. Close up cashier behind desk, UPSOUND: (English) reporter (off camera) says: "If I give you 100 Cyprus pound?" 15. Close up Cyprus pound notes on counter, UPSOUND: (English) reporter (off camera) says: "No! Euro." Male cashier: "No euro." Reporter repeats: "No euro." 16. Tilt up to cashier, UPSOUND: (English) male cashier: "We can only give you Turkish." Reporter: "Oh, you can't change for euro?" Male cashier: "No." Reporter: "Ah, I see!" 17. Exterior bureau de change, sign STORYLINE: You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d2f677df79cff13af59bd7662c19391c Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 329 AP Archive
Austrians draw euros and leaders buy flowers with new euros
 
02:57
1. Wide people celebrating New Year in main square, Vienna 2. Austrians exchanging national currency for euro packs 3. Mid shot people queuing 4. Shot from inside currency exchange 5. Various of euro cash and coins 6. Romano Prodi, president of the European Union's (EU) executive Commission and Austrian chancellor, Wolfgang Schuessel arriving at Vienna opera house and being handed euro packs 8. Wide shot people celebrating in streets 9. Various shots people withdrawing euros from cash machines 10. Romano Prodi, president of the European Union's (EU) executive Commission and Austrian chancellor, Wolfgang Schuessel standing with wives outside Vienna State Opera 11. Prodi buys flowers with euros and hands bouquet to wife- approach press 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Romano Prodi, president of the EU's executive Commission: "Our wish is that the euro is the beginning of a stronger European Union. We shall be the best in the world, the best in the world." 13. Schuessel buying flowers with euro for his wife- they kiss and approach press 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Wolfgang Schuessel, Austrian chancellor "The year starts very good, (with a) well prepared currency, good luck, a good economy and peace - this is the most important wish." 15. Prodi and Schuessel, and wives embrace 16. Wide fireworks display 17. Mid shot Prodi and Schuessel standing and wives STORYLINE: After more than a decade in planning the euro has become legal tender for 300 million (m) Europeans. Amid the New Year street celebrations Austrians queued up to exchange schillings for euro cash. Romano Prodi, president of the EU's executive Commission made his first purchase with the new euro in the Austrian capital on Monday. Prodi and the Austrian chancellor, Wolfgang Schuessel bought flowers for their wives at midnight after attending a performance at the Vienna State Opera. They exchanged schillings for euros at Vienna's historic Hotel Sacher, across the street from the opera house where they had watched a performance of Johann Strauss' 'Die Fledermaus.' The changeover from the schilling to the euro means most Austrian cash machines will be shut down around 6 p.m. on Monday to give workers time to stock them with euro bills before midnight, when they were to be switched on again. But many cash machines started spurting out the new, brightly colored bills several hours before midnight. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e36276a720aabf90ba2911a20e2a8e92 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 44 AP Archive
Russian trader intends to stay despite the recent crisis in Cyprus
 
03:18
AP TELEVISION 1. Wide of Limassol riviera 2. Low angle of people walking on jetty 3. Tilt down exterior of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM)'s building 4. Wide of Limassol filmed from lift 5. Tilt up of Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of Forextime (FXTM), based in Limassol 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM): "I'm a risk taker and, for me, it's quite natural to start (a) new business in crisis. Because I believe in opportunities and I see a lot of opportunities even in (the) current crisis." 7. Various of FXTM employee working at desk 8. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM): "For me (it's a) great opportunity, it's people, again. Because people make business and in (the) current situation, definitely I will be able to hire the best brains in the industry, in the financial industry in Cyprus. So, it's the greatest opportunity for me." 9. Various of Dashin on trade floor 10. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM): "We've been living in this uncertainty for 10 days already and it brings the greatest damage to Cyprus's reputation, to trust in Cyprus's future, and it's the biggest risk." 11. Mid of Dashin working at his desk 12. Close of Dashin's hand on keyboard 13. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM): "It's a very sensitive matter because we understand that, from the central bank point of view, they need to implement these measures, to restrict capital here in Cyprus. But also we understand that they cannot, you know, overplay with these measures. Because if you put too drastic restrictions, it's going to be like a sign for business people that 'OK, my capital is here, (it is) trapped'." 14. Various of Dashin talking to employee 15. SOUNDBITE (English) Andrey Dashin, Russian businessman, owner of currency speculation firm Forextime (FXTM): "But still I don't think that it's going to be some substantial rush on Russian's money, run from Cyprus. Because our connections are very deep." 16. Pan of street to Russian Commercial Bank offices 17. Close of Russian Commercial Bank sign 18. Various exterior of Russian Commercial Bank 19. Mid of Russian couple on jetty, boat at anchor in background 20. Various of Limassol riviera STORYLINE: Banks in Cyprus are to open for the first time in more than a week on Thursday, operating for six hours from noon local time (1000 GMT). But restrictions will be in place on financial transactions to prevent people from draining their accounts. Before its collapse, Cyprus's banking sector grew to nearly eight times the size of the country's economy - mainly on the back of substantial deposits from Russia. This sparked accusations that the country was being used by Russian criminals to launder their money. Over the past week, the government in Moscow has criticised Europe's handling of the crisis in Cyprus. Many Russian depositors are expected to lose money from a tax on accounts over 100-thousand euros in both Bank of Cyprus and Laiki. Even so, Russian millionaire businessman Andrey Dashin told the Associated Press in an interview that he doesn't believe his fellow countrymen would rush to pull businesses or money out of the country once banks reopen. "For me, it's quite natural to start a new business in crisis," he said. The deal was finally reached in Brussels early on Monday, and imposes severe losses on deposits of over 100-thousand euros (128-thousand US dollars) in the country's two largest banks, Laiki and Bank of Cyprus. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/0890e7a4571cf935bd9fc20a995b9f17 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1324 AP Archive
Swedes react to outcome of euro referendum
 
02:45
1. Commuters walking along riverfront in central Stockholm 2. Commuters at central train station 3. Travelers exchange Euros into Krone at Currency Exchange Centre 4. People reading newspapers 5. Newspaper headlines saying 'No!" 6. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop: "I feel pretty good. I feel it is OK. I feel like the NO wasn't the decision that we have to live with forever. I think that the NO is not for sure. I mean for now, but maybe later on we will introduce the Euro." 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Voxpop: "I feel pretty fine, I am satisfied with the result, and I am not worried. Of course we have to work with the other countries in the European Union. Yes, I am pretty calm." 6. Exterior of Headquarters of the SEB - one of biggest Scandinavian banks 7. SOUNDBITE (English) Klas Eklund, SEB Chief Economist: "Looking at economic facts I think the short term nervousness on financial market - we will see that for a couple of days, but I think it will be for a short term. In mid term - the Swedish fundamentals are strong - Sweden has decent grow, low inflation so I think it will be short term nervousness. In a very long term - of course we don't really know what domestic political development in Sweden might be, with the left parties and the Green Party now gaining momentum after referendum." 8. Various city views of Stockholm STORYLINE: European integration suffered a blow when Swedish voters rejected the euro in a national referendum, giving naysayers in Britain and Denmark another tool to keep the common currency from taking root. All three countries are part of the European Union, but have not accepted the Euro currency. With 100 percent of the Scandinavian country's 5,967 precincts counted, 56.2 percent of the more than 5.4 million ballots cast were against the euro, while 41.8 percent voted in favor of it. Turnout was 81.2 percent, normal for Swedish elections. The results ran contrary to opinion polls in the final days leading up to the vote, which showed likely support for the yes side in the wake of Foreign Minister Anna Lindh's death. Analysts cite concern in Britain for maintaining the integrity, and history, of the British pound. In Denmark, which rejected the euro in a referendum in 2000, and Sweden, opposition has centered less on the currency itself, but fears that a common currency will lead to a common EU tax policy, which could bring cutbacks to their generous welfare systems. Euro opponents said the vote should serve as a wake-up call to the EU. It also may spark concern among the newly-tapped members of the EU, including Baltic neighbor Estonia which overwhelmingly approved joining the EU in a referendum Sunday. Next year, the 15-member EU will expand with 10 new members, the Czech republic, Poland, Hungary, Lithuania, Malta, Slovenia, Slovakia, Latvia, Estonia and Cyprus. NB: wrong slate on tape, story correct You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bd2fa6145977ca63c1c248198a31effe Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 619 AP Archive
Slovakia starts using Euro currency for first time
 
02:32
(1 Jan 2009) 1. Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico walks to microphone and wishes everyone a happy new year 2. Journalists 3. Fico goes to cash machine and withdraws euros 4. Close up of Fico's hand withdrawing euros 5. Mid shot of Fico holding euros 6. Mid shot of cash machine 7. Mid shot of Fico and government officials holding euros 8. Close up of Fico holding euros 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico: "We are very happy in Slovakia because we believe that Europe will be a big success for Slovakia. Of course we are also happy because we are going to introduce the euro at a time of deep economic crisis and Europe can be very helpful for us. At the same time the euro will attract investors to Slovakia, the euro will stabilise Slovakia as a whole, so we all are persuaded in Slovakia that it will not only be the success of Slovakia as well as the citizens of my beautiful country. Thank you very much." 10. Close up of euro coins rolled up in packaging 11. Coins being taken out of packaging 12. Close up of coins on table 13. Parliamentary receptionist giving parliamentary official change in euros 14. Close up of official's wallet 15. Various of official and parliamentary receptionist STORYLINE: To the sound of midnight fireworks Slovakia joined the eurozone, putting it under the shared currency's protective umbrella amid a world financial downturn - and underscoring the former Soviet bloc nation's economic progress. The small alpine nation on Thursday became the 16th country to adopt the euro, a European Union project which also celebrated its 10th birthday this New Year's Day. With Slovakia, the currency will be used by 330 (m) million people with an annual gross domestic product of more than 5.6 (t) trillion US dollars. Joining up is a milestone for the country of 5.4 (m) million people in a region where others have seen their currencies buffeted by the financial crisis stemming from bank losses on securities backed by shaky US mortgages. Slovak Prime Minister Robert Fico was among the first Slovaks to slip the new bills into his wallet, pulling five crisp 20 euro notes out of an automated teller machine set up at Slovak parliament. Fico welcomed the euro as some citizens in EU member states Denmark and Sweden are rethinking their countries' refusal to sign up. Neighbouring EU member Hungary, once the beacon of economic success in the post-communist Eastern Europe, was forced earlier this year to accept a bailout from the International Monetary Fund to avert economic collapse, as has non-EU member Ukraine. Iceland, neither an EU nor a euro member, suffered badly as an outsider, being hit with a combination of a plunging currency and the popularity of high-interest foreign currency loans. That means monthly loan repayments for cars and homes have doubled this year, jolting Icelanders as the economy teeters and jobs are slashed. Slovakia is also the first nation that used to be in the Soviet orbit to join - while Slovenia also was communist ruled, it was part of Yugoslavia, which kept its distance from Moscow. The euro was introduced on financial markets on January 1, 1999 and notes and coins first came into circulation in 2002. The zone widened to 15 nations this past January when Cyprus and Malta joined; the other members are: Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia and Finland. The old currency, the Slovak koruna, will be in circulation alongside the euro until Jan. 16 and banks are expected to open on Thursday to exchange koruna for euros. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/d5dba29b3f812aac91dab7ff8447db5a Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1296 AP Archive
Hungary counts the human cost of spiralling foreign currency loans
 
02:53
(23 Jun 2011) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of couple looking at homes for sale in estate agent's window 2. Close of couple looking at advertisements 3. Man looking at ads, rubbing chin 4. Home For Sale sign behind street lights 5. Statue on roof of downtown apartment building - statue holding a money bag 6. Tilt down of boarded up shopfront 7. Woman walking past a closed shop 8. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Gabor Major, Programme Director of the Hungarian Maltese Charity Service's counselling programme for debtors: "What really increased the difficulties was the general state of the economy." 9. Youngsters on skateboards pass boarded up shop 10. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Gabor Major, Programme Director of the Hungarian Maltese Charity Service's counseling programme for debtors: "These two together, the economy and the exchange rate explosion, is what is causing the really big problems for many families." 11. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Agnes Kutasi, debtor: "We borrowed 17 (m) million forints, (euro 63,500; 91,400 US dollars) a substantial amount for us. At the time, the Swiss franc was worth 151 forints and naturally everyone convinced us that this would be very good." 12. Worker changing currency exchange rates on magnetic board outside shop 13. Close of plastic containers holding magnetic numbers 14. Close of board showing buy and sell exchange rates 15. Worker changes the sell rate of Swiss francs 16. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Agnes Kutasi, debtor: "Because of the economic situation, as the crisis began, our monthly payments slowly began to rise but we were able to continue paying them with from our salaries, but we have had financial problems." 17. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Gabor Major, Programme Director of the Hungarian Maltese Charity Service's counseling programme for debtors: "We don't treat the problem of high indebtedness as just an economic problem, but also as a mental, emotional and spiritual issue." 18. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Agnes Kutasi, debtor: "The Swiss franc's exchange rate began to rise and the payments rose along with it. We had to pay 20,000 forints (euros 75; 107 US dollars) more each month, which my husband's salary could no longer cover. His full salary went toward paying the instalments and we even had to add to that. " 19. Pedestrians passing currency exchange board 20. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Agnes Kutasi, debtor: "How's our future? It is hopeless." 21. Close of hands counting bank notes 22. SOUNDBITE (Hungarian) Helga Szegedi currency changer: "Customers rarely bring Swiss francs to sell. We try to keep Swiss francs in the shop at the beginning of every month, because debtors, who mostly have loans in Swiss francs come in to buy a lot." 23. City Centre sign with boarded up building in the background 24. Traffic light in front of building being offered for rent or sale 25. Wide of a suburban hangar where a car auction company stores cars repossessed by banks from people who were not able to pay their lease 26. Various of workers checking cars before they go to auction 27. Air freshener hanging from interior mirror 28. Walking shot between rows of repossessed cars ++DUSK SHOTS++ 29. Pan over newly built suburban family homes 30. Focus shift from home to weeds STORYLINE Known for its work with the homeless, flood victims and alcoholics, one of Hungary's biggest charity organisations now has its hands full with another group down on its luck - Hungarians burdened with mortgages and other loans taken out in foreign currencies, mostly Swiss francs. The Hungarian Maltese Charity Service set up its debt counseling programme in 2009 and has since assisted over 700 families. "What really increased the difficulties, was the general state of the economy," Major said. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/ccecccc6229f3dae79446e1830ccf606 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 76 AP Archive
EU newcomer gets used to using Euro
 
01:18
1. Wide of Valletta's harbour 2. Mid of harbour 3. Wide of Valletta's city gate 4. People walking along Republic Street 5. Newspaper stand 6. Maltese daily newspaper "The Times of Malta", title reading: (English) "The Euro has landed" 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Anne Mary (no last name given), newspaper seller: (Question off camera: "How is it going with the Euro today?") "So and so honey, because the people they don't change the money and this makes you trouble, look." 8. Old people discussing troubles with the Euro change 9. Various of Maltese people queuing up outside a post office to buy the new Euro stamp for 2008 10. Set-up shot of stamps dealer leaving post office 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Paul (no last name given), Stamps dealer: (Question off camera: "What is the 2008 stamp about?" "It is of course the Euro both for Malta and Cyprus. We have got two first day covers one for Malta only and the other one with the joint issue for Malta and Cyprus." 12. Close up of joint issued stamp for Malta and Cyprus 13. Wide of old Maltese buses leaving from Valletta's city gate STORYLINE: Maltese citizens were using their first euros in Valletta city centre to buy newspapers and the new special Euro 2008 stamp, as the country adopted the euro currency on January 1, 2008. Anne Mary, a newspaper seller complained that people didn't have enough small change and wanted to pay with big banknotes. Meanwhile, dozens of people had woke up early and queued up in front of the post office to get their hands on some special stamps for 2008, devoted to the Euro adoption. Two sets were being issued; one for Malta only and the other a joint edition for Malta and Cyprus which also joined the Euro at midnight. The Republic of Malta celebrated the Euro adoption at midnight with an unprecedented fireworks display over Valletta's grand harbour. Malta, a former British colony, scrapped the Maltese lira. Its adoption of the single European currency - along with fellow EU newcomer Cyprus - brings the number of countries using the euro to 15. Since January 1st transactions made by cards will be made in euros, though certain transactions at bars and restaurants would still be possible in Maltese lira. Malta, along with Cyprus, will join 13 current members in the eurozone: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovenia and Spain. The length of the period of dual circulation will be one month, that is, until January 31, meaning that until then consumers are free to pay either in euro or Malta lira. The mandatory dual display of prices - in euro and Maltese lira - will remain in effect until June 30, 2008. In the run-up to the changeover, banks have been selling euro starter packs for households and for business outlets so that people will get used to the coinage and have some in hand on Tuesday, January 1. Malta's one-euro coin will bear an eight-pointed Maltese cross. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a3171dca8248a2977ec73b708b6b10c0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 215 AP Archive
Minister of Cyprus Visits IronFX HQ
 
03:03
IronFX Global is the Global Leader in Online Trading, specializing in Forex, CFDs on US and UK stocks, commodities, and spot metals. Staff at IronFX Global maximize from a rich and vibrant company culture. In recognition of the commitment and dedication of our hard working staff, the company organizes a full program of events, activities, sports and outings for staff to enjoy, both inside and outside the office. To get the latest Forex trading news you should: • Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Ironfx • Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IronFXGlobal • Follow us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/ironfxglobal • Circle us on Google+: http://www.ironfx.com/googleplus • Subscribe to our Channel: http://bit.ly/1foFmCU
Views: 4406 IronFX
Preparations for conversion to the euro
 
02:10
1. Wide of Ljubljana 2. Wide of market and people walking 3. People buying gloves from street stall 4. Woollen hats on display with price listed in Slovene currency - the tolar and in euros 5. People walking across canal with pushchairs 6. Mother and child withdrawing money from cash machine 7. Sign showing conversion table from tolars and euros 8. Tilt-down of woman counting-out tolars 9. People buying newspapers 10. Various of Slovenian newspapers - Delo and Dnevnik - showing pictures of tolars and euros on front page 11. Young man putting money in wallet 12. SOUNDBITE: (English) Natasa, shop assistant: "We were very attached, emotionally, to our dollar, the Tolar. But I think we are very adjustable." 13. Woman shopping with Tolar 14. People at the Slovenian government currency exchange information stand 15. Man looking at Government information catalogue 16. Close-up of catalogue showing euros notes and coins 18. Close-up of euro coin 19. Various of euro information merchandise 20. SOUNDBITE: (English) Borut, Ljubljana resident: "So here is the Slovenian national euro coins with Slovenian national symbols. We Slovenians are really happy to become members of the euro club because we truly believe that the euro will help our economy." 21. Close-up of clock in main square showing one minute to midday - 12 hours to go till euro introduced STORYLINE: Slovenia converts to the euro on Monday, officially becoming the 13th member of the eurozone, and the first among the European Union's newest members to qualify to use the currency. The tiny alpine country will become the 13th nation to use the pan-European currency, a switch Prime Minister Janez Jansa called the "biggest national achievement" since Slovenia joined the European Union in 2004. The Slovene tolar and the euro will be in dual use for only 14 days; starting on January 15, the euro will be the only legal tender. A recent EU survey showed that more than two-thirds of Slovenes are happy to adopt the euro, with many saying they see it as further proof they are part of mainstream Europe. "We Slovenians are really happy to become members of the euro club because we truly believe that the euro will help our economy." said Ljubljana resident, Borut. But some remain sentimental about the tolars, introduced when the country declared independence in 1991. Luckily, the euro also enjoys high confidence, albeit just below the tolar. Slovenes will have to get used to coins that have real value. About 240 tolars equal one euro and since there are Slovene coins as small as 0.1 tolar, it can easily take a fist full of coins to buy just one loaf of bread. The smallest euro denomination, in contrast, is one euro cent, or 2.4 tolars. The country of 2 (m) million is alone among the 10 newcomers that joined the European bloc in 2004 to have fulfilled the rigorous economic criteria needed to join the euro zone. Only 20 years ago, Slovenia was a drab communist country with annual inflation of up to 1,500 per cent; now inflation is 1.9 per cent, lower than Germany's. Its economic growth was four per cent last year, well above the EU's average of 1.4 per cent. The Slovene formula? Maja Bednas, a deputy director of the Office for Macroeconomic Analysis, said long-term economic stability, achieved by gradual introduction of reforms rather than radical changes, and coordination between the government and the Central Bank have kept inflation in check. To make the changeover smoother, the euro value has been tagged to all prices in Slovenia for nearly two years, and government information centres have been set-up in public squares, with a variety of merchandise which explains the new currency. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/48252b158fe45b893fbafe124919ae27 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 1481 AP Archive
Pakistani in cyprus,,
 
06:27
Aun Munawar
Views: 243 aun Munawar
spain currency
 
00:46
spain currency Watch my video spain currency and learn about the Spain's currency. Spain Currency. Spain Currency Converter - Currency Exchange Rate. What is the unit of money in Spain? Currency in Spain: euro (EUR) Capital: Madrid Currency: Euro Population: 47.27 million (2012) Instituto Nacional de Estadística Continent: Europe Official language: Spanish Government: Unitary state, Monarchy, Constitutional monarchy, Parliamentary system The euro was introduced as money in Spain in 2002. The majority of the European Union members adopted this new currency to make traveling between countries easier, since the currency for Spain is the same in most EU countries. The euro is the official currency of 16 (of 27) member states in the EU: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Estonia (due to join in 2011). The euro consists of 7 bank notes with values of: 500€, 200€, 100€, 50€, 20€, 10€ and 5€, and 8 coins with values of: 2€, 1€, 0.50€, 0.20€, 0.10€, 0.05€, 0.02€ and 0.01€. On the denomination side of the Spanish currency, the image is the same for all European countries, but the image on the face side of the coins vary according to which country the coin came from. spain currency Contact: Christos Pittis website: www.christospittis.com https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ twitter: https://twitter.com/CPITTIS facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/christoscpittis email: [email protected] https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqulZeiMIfgPv_LirylA0g/videos
Views: 6923 Entrepreneurship pdf
FRANCE/ITALY: EURO CURRENCY
 
03:29
Eng/French/Nat Like the other ten countries in "Euroland", the New Year will bring France a new currency to grapple with. For the first three years, the Euro will only exist as a number on credit cards slips or checks. Euro coins and bank notes won't be released until 2002. But the prospect of a new and unfamiliar currency is still daunting to most French people. In response, France's finance ministry has launched a huge advertising campaign to inform people how the Euro will work and what its effects will be on their everyday lives. UPSOUND: "Imagine what 300 million of men and women will be able to build all together when they express wishes in the same currency" SUBTITLE: "The Euro make people strong" The government, banks and businesses have three years to prepare the population for the introduction of Euro coins and notes. During that period, people will be allowed to pay their purchase either in French francs or in Euros. In Paris, some shopkeepers have already started to show prices in Euros. In this market, on the Rue de la Convention, a butcher explains her decision to pre- empt the official introduction rate -- for her own benefit as much as for her customers. SOUNDBITE: (French) "It's rather complicated, because for us it represents a big gap in terms of prices. For example, a 80-franc product becomes a 12 euro-one. We have to get used to it. It makes a big difference. People have the feeling it's not so much money any longer. That's the main problem" SUPERCAPTION: Laurence Miolane, butcher Economists say the Euro shouldn't be hard for people to get their heads around. It's more a question of retraining them to handle a different currency - much as they had to when the old franc was replaced by the current one. SOUNDBITE: (French) 'If we spend the next three years giving the consumers a new scale of values, a new confidence, a way to get used to the euro, I think we'll win. I insist on this point - money, on a daily basis, is not a thing which you manage with your head. It is managed in terms of reflexes or sensitivity. By the way, we used to say 'palper du fric' or 'toucher du pognon'. That's what we have to do. It's not a matter of launching an intellectual operation, but really a physical one to give the consumers new reflexes. SUPERCAPTION: Dominique de Gramont, Economist It's this familiarisation the government are aiming at with their advertising blitz. In the real estate field, professionals feel confident. A common currency will serve to emphasis the price difference between products, which in many cases will be to France's advantage. Next to British property prices, for example, even Parisian real estate looks cheap. SOUNDBITE (French) "'What will be very interesting with the Euro is that we'll see if the common currency will bring more foreign clients on the Paris market. That's what I think, in my view. Because English people already invest a lot in North of France or in Normandy. SUPERCAPTION: Arnaud Ferey, administrator of Isambert real-estate company Not all companies will benefit from the introduction of Euro. Exchange bureaus, for example, will see a huge dip in the profits made from exchange rate transactions. Other sources of profit will have to be created in order to make up for these losses. SOUNDBITE: (English) "In the long run, yes, it is going to actually have some effect, for sure. So when the currency is there, people who are changing in Germany don't change in France. So it is going to have, we anticipate it's going to affect about 40 percent of the business." SUPERCAPTION: Rosalind Fuller, Branch manager at Chequepoint But unlike the new Euro market, it's only a game. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a8c330f7bbc5812c32bca6396add152f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 2979 AP Archive
dollar euro exchange rate
 
01:12
dollar euro exchange rate Watch my video dollar euro exchange rate and learn how to convert American Dollar currency (USD) and European Euro (EIR) currency. I use xe.com an online currency converter and calculator. The euro (sign: €; code: EUR) is the official currency of the eurozone, which consists of 19 of the 28 member states of the European Union: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain. Lithuania adopted the euro as its official currency in place of the lithuanian litas on 1 January 2015. The currency is also officially used by the institutions of the European Union and four other European countries, as well as unilaterally by two others, and is consequently used daily by some 334 million Europeans as of 2013. Outside of Europe, a number of overseas territories of EU members also use the euro as their currency. Dollar (often represented by the peso and dollar sign $) is the name of several currencies, including those of Australia, Belize, Brunei, Canada, Hong Kong, Namibia, New Zealand, Singapore, Suriname, Taiwan, the United States, and previously Zimbabwe. The U.S. dollar is the official currency of East Timor, Ecuador, El Salvador, Federated States of Micronesia, Marshall Islands, Palau, the Caribbean Netherlands, and for banknotes, Panama. Generally, one dollar is divided into one hundred cents. dollar euro exchange rate Contact: Christos Pittis website: www.christospittis.com https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ twitter: https://twitter.com/CPITTIS facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/christoscpittis email: [email protected] https://www.udemy.com/u/christospittis/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClqulZeiMIfgPv_LirylA0g/videos
Views: 21784 Entrepreneurship pdf
How to make money on the Forex market?
 
03:47
Watch our video to find out the basic processes taking place on the foreign exchange market and how you can benefit from them. In addition, you will learn how you can determine the right broker for successful trading. CLICK HERE to get the best trading conditions on the market: https://goo.gl/ikEZ9j ENHANCE YOUR IB offering and attract a profitable client base with Tickmill: https://goo.gl/L6Hxgh MAKE PROFIT of the market movements: https://goo.gl/BTSBHh LEARN how to trade FOREX: https://goo.gl/pG7D6c Social media: Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/Tickmill/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Tickmill LinkedIN - https://www.linkedin.com/company/tickmill Webpage - https://tickmill.com/ Business Contact: Tmill UK Limited Client Support: +44 203 608 6100 Office: +44 (0)20 3608 2100 [email protected] Tickmill Limited Client Support: +852 5808 2921 | +65 3163 0958 Office: +248 434 7072 [email protected]
Views: 976008 Tickmill
Larnaca CYPRUS in Finikoudes st. VLOG Architect PhD
 
00:25
Architect PhD: http://apx.org.ua/ Donation: http://bit.ly/2hz0NsQ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Get a discount on the cost of Uber TAXI 2 trips, PROMO CODE: vwrgcfyfue Or follow the link to register: http://ubr.to/2gvf6Kf ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- PayPal: [email protected] ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- WEBMONEY: U292954496606, R424790642049, Z327629392797 Links to my social network: My site - http://www.apx.org.ua/ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/architectphd ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- VK - https://vk.com/prokopenkoleg ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­-------- Twitter - https://twitter.com/architectphd ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Google+ https://plus.google.com/+OlegViktorovich/posts ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Instagram! https://www.instagram.com/architecturephd/ ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- LINKEDIN - https://ua.linkedin.com/in/architectphd ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Site Promotion SAPE - http://bit.ly/2hnQVSc ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Currency exchange - http://bit.ly/2hsuWHm Photobanks: Shutterstock - http://shutr.bz/2hySEEU ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Istockphoto - http://istockpho.to/2gGnTMt ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Fotolia - http://bit.ly/2gviDrG ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Bigstockphoto - http://bit.ly/2gC0ttA ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­--------- Dreamstime - http://bit.ly/2gGmW6V Tourist services: Booking hotels Booking.com INT - http://bit.ly/2h5iJdp Buy tickets Etihad CPS - http://bit.ly/2gWZ9wJ Buy tickets JetRadar INT - http://bit.ly/2hPDye0
Views: 1547 Architect
Confidence in Cyprus | Authers' Note
 
03:46
► Subscribe to the Financial Times on YouTube: http://bit.ly/FTimeSubs Foreign exchange markets celebrated the announcement of eurozone QE by pushing the euro to a fresh low against the dollar. John Authers suggests that disappointing US jobs data might now have a sharply negative impact on the dollar. ► Authers’ Note: http://bit.ly/1Liu16x ► FT Markets: http://bit.ly/1J5HNd3 ► Will ECB launch full QE?: http://bit.ly/1d3U0Au Twitter https://twitter.com/ftvideo Facebook https://www.facebook.com/financialtimes
Views: 526 Financial Times
Money Exchange Toronto
 
01:16
Goldium II provides services for buying and selling currency as well we also buy gold and silver. We offer cash cheque, online booking, and wire transfers. All within Ontario. Our main branch is located on Spadina, come in anytime. Find more here http://www.goldiumfx.com
Views: 6 Michael Carroll
Markets steady as Cyprus banks reopen
 
02:54
AP TELEVISION Frankfurt, Germany 1. Wide of Frankfurt stock exchange 2. Various of traders 3. Various of electronic board 4. Wide of trading floor Athens, Greece 5. Various of interior of stock exchange 6. Various of independent analyst Vagelis Agapitos 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Vagelis Agapitos, independent analyst: "I think the markets don't really care what happens in Cyprus. I mean, the news are already out. Any shock has been felt during the last couple of weeks when the announcement was made and I see this as very much a non-event." 8. Mid of analyst 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Vagelis Agapitos, independent analyst: "The market dropped quite a lot yesterday for a number of reasons in my opinion. First of all this is a short week and we have a four day weekend, due to the Catholic Easter, which means that trade in any case will be very, very small as regarding buyers. However if you have a margin call and let's not forget that the Cypriot banks in Greece opened yesterday, so if there were, for example, from these brokerage companies orders or margin calls which were not funded they would have to sell at any price." 10. Wide of stock exchange Rome, Italy 11. Various of street 12. Mid of analyst 13. Close of graphics on computer 14. SOUNDBITE: (Italian) Eduardo Liuni, Trader, Trading Room Roma: "This morning the spread rose to 357 basis points. This is a sign of the rising tensions in so far as the difference with the German bund is at this moment showing a problem that's internal to Italy, the fact that there is no government and no majority to support one. And there are the external factors. The situation is Cyprus is making Italy a country that is being watched even more closely by the international community." 15. Various of Rome street STORYLINE: Financial markets steadied on Thursday as Cyprus's banks reopened after a near two-week shutdown. The banks were closed while the country negotiated a bailout agreement with international creditors that will see many large depositors lose a big chunk of their money. At noon local time (1000 GMT), the banks reopened and the mood was generally calm despite some long queues at certain branches. In Greece, analyst Vagelis Agapitos said markets were steadying because they had already had time to process the events in Cyprus. "I think the markets don't really care what happens in Cyprus. I mean, the news are already out. Any shock has been felt during the last couple of weeks when the announcement was made and I see this as very much a non-event," he said. Cyprus has imposed capital controls to prevent a run on the banks, the first time such measures have been taken since the euro was established in 1999. In Europe, the FTSE 100 index of leading British shares was up 0.3 percent at 6,405 while Germany's DAX rose the same rate to 7,810. The CAC-40 in France was 0.1 percent higher at 3,716. In Athens the index was up two and a half percent points on a mild correction course. The euro was also fairly steady, trading 0.1 percent higher at 1.2789 US dollars. It's been a volatile week for Europe's single currency following the Cyprus bailout agreement that was clinched in the early hours of Monday morning. In Italy, trader Eduardo Liuni said the country was now under renewed pressure with the spread between German and Italian bonds rising to 357 basis points. "This is a sign of the rising tensions in so far as the difference with the German bund is at this moment showing a problem that's internal to Italy, the fact that there is no government and no majority to support one," Liuni said. He added that "the situation is Cyprus is making Italy a country that is being watched even more closely by the international community." You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/526af5877c297d3f99eb4b1cf56c0ba5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 8 AP Archive
CYPRUS BAILOUT REAX, SPAIN BANK GOVERNOR, MONTI
 
03:42
(26 Jun 2012) STORYLINE European leaders are reaching for bold solutions to end a two-year-old debt crisis that's spread economic misery across Europe, raised doubts about the future of the euro currency, rattled investors and threatened global growth. Investors have driven up interest rates on Spanish and Italian debt to unsustainable levels, raising the risk those big countries will need a bailout the rest of Europe can't afford. Spain is receiving a loan to save its banks and Cyprus this week became the fifth European country to request a bailout. Unemployment in the 17 countries that use the euro is 11 percent, the highest since the euro was adopted in 1999. Top European officials have called on countries that use the euro to surrender more control over their national budgets, a move apparently aimed at easing Germany's fears of sharing debt burdens with struggling governments like Spain or Italy. The new Governor of the Bank of Spain Luis Maria Linde said on Tuesday that the crisis could be beaten with a strong effort of reforms of savings and the rationalisation of public finances. Italian Premier Mario Monti added that he would work beyond the upcoming European Council meeting and the European summit to make sure Europe was more robust "with a growth package, a vision for the future of integration, but also by satisfying mechanisms to resist the market tensions." As they meet on Thursday and Friday in Brussels, leaders of the 27 countries in the European Union will consider plans to tackle Europe's government debt problems, fix ailing banks, help Greece, and stimulate Europe's sluggish economy. Still, any proposals that might be approved at the summit may not be bold or fast enough to turn back the threats closing in on the continent. And Germany, Europe's biggest and strongest economy, is wary of being stuck with the bill for a rescue plan and might veto the ideas first. But Germany is increasingly isolated in its refusal to quickly adopt measures such as jointly issued eurobonds. Some experts say such debt-sharing is what Europe needs to end its crisis as it would help defuse the prospect of unaffordable bailouts for Spain or Italy. Germany is worried that such debt-sharing would tempt financially weak countries to spend irresponsibly once again and not reform their economies. Reassuring Berlin that governments would face tough oversight of their budgets would be key to easing Germany's resistance to debt-sharing. It is doubtful whether eurozone governments will be willing to cede control over their budgets and whether citizens of European countries would accept the idea even if their leaders sign off on the idea. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/b45d9ede0e94d01f8303956026e7b996 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 13 AP Archive
End of capital controls spells back to business for Cyprus
 
00:52
Investors have cheered Cyprus's abandonment of capital exchange controls, ending a period in which one of the eurozone members was effectively plugging a capital flight drain by breaking the free trade zone's rules. The controls have been steadily ratcheted back for the last 18 months since their imposition in March 2013, and with Cyprus's banking sector now totally unbundled from crippled Greek interests exposure has been cut and the country is again open to all market forces. Getting out of … READ MORE : http://www.euronews.com/2015/04/07/end-of-capital-controls-spells-back-to-business-for-cyprus euronews business brings you latest updates from the world of finance and economy, in-depth analysis, interviews, infographics and more Subscribe for daily dose of business news: http://bit.ly/1pcHCzj Made by euronews, the most watched news channel in Europe.
Views: 30 euronews Business
INDIA: INDIA IS FIRST COUNTRY TO TRADE THE EURO
 
03:31
English/Nat India has become the first country to trade in the Euro. A government-owned bank bought five (M) million euros while a corporate customer bought 100-thousand euros from the Dutch ABN-AMRO bank. International trading in the Euro is due to start on Monday - as all major markets except India's were closed New Year's day. India staked a claim in the euro's history by being the first country to trade in the new currency on Friday. Some foreign banks in India sold the new currency in the inter bank foreign exchange market while others bought the Euro on behalf of their Indian clients. Inter bank trading in the Euro began with ABN-AMRO Bank selling five (M) million euros to a large Indian state-owned bank at U-S 1.1740 dollars per Euro. The official at the large state-owned bank said that these were like \"test trades\" because the Indian foreign exchange market was the only one open for trading on New Year's day. International foreign exchange markets will start trading in the Euro only Monday. Before the new currency was introduced, there was uncertainty whether corporates and banks in India would trade on indicative rates. But the seemingly impossible was made possible with a few banks being the first in quoting the Euro-dollar rates. SOUNDBITE: (English) \"It's an historic occasion for us in the currency markets in India because we are the only market open today. The rest of the major markets of the world are closed. So we thought it would be a good idea for us to do a landmark deal in Euro against the dollar because it would be one of the first few inter-bank deals in the Euro market against the dollar. So what we did was to quote a price for Euro against the dollar, for which we were able to get a back to back price.\" SUPER CAPTION: V. Ravi Kumar, Chief Dealer ABN-AMRO Bank The rates were up from the U-S 1.16675 dollar fixing level set on Thursday by the European Commission in Brussels. Analysts say the birth of the Euro is being welcomed in Asian markets. SOUNDBITE: (English) \"It's a very significant development. It's been something that these European countries have been working at for quite a while. It'll have very strong economic consequences and not just in the Euro zone. It would affect people sitting here in India - corporates working out of India. In terms of the exposure they were facing up to now, they were juggling about eleven different currencies. It's much better now worrying about just one of them. And besides we should see the Euro grow into a rather large structure in the currency markets.\" SUPER CAPTION: C. Girish, Senior analyst, Mecklai Financial and Commercial Services Ltd. Earlier worries about what levels the rates would be set at were set aside once trading started. SOUNDBITE: (English) \"It's a good start to the Euro, I would say. It doesn't look that scary to me. We've had a lot of -- at the start of 98 there were question marks as to what kind of levels would be going out, but they've done well pretty well, and the European currencies have gained quite a bit against the dollar, so it's off to a good start. I don't see any immediate volatility -- ok, there will be volatility considering it's starting off -- but I don't see any immediate dangers of trouble ahead.\" SUPER CAPTION: C. Girish, Senior analyst, Mecklai Financial and Commercial Services Ltd. India's largest bank, the State Bank of India, also began trading. But most other dealers in foreign and state-owned banks said they would rather wait until Monday to start quoting and trading in the Euro. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/6d9599a2b13d0fb23682bc6a5dc2ed51 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 151 AP Archive
Willem Middelkoop - Big Reset - Bail-ins - Cyprus - Bitcoin - Real Estate - Gold and Silver
 
15:50
Willem Middelkoop Author of The Big Reset Dutch Interview with English Subtitles by: http://globalcurrencyreset.net/willem-middelkoop/ http://globalcurrencyreset.net/willem-middelkoop/big-reset-interview/ 2nd Interview 45 minutes (English) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTLLDbw175k http://globalcurrencyreset.net/conquering-collapse-review-video/ Willem Middelkoop, in this explosive interview, discusses his new bestselling book "The Big Reset" Also discussed are topics such as the bail-ins of Cyprus, where anyone with over 100,000 Euros was wiped out. Real estate/housing bubbles are mentioned. Willem also touches on Bitcoin for a bit, and how it can save you if you need to move money around, or leave a country and you cannot carry physical currency with you. Of course, Willem is best known as a specialist in financial crashes as well as being a great investor in gold and silver. His websites are cdfund.com and thebigresetblog.com This interview was originally posted in Dutch here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFQusMn3f9Y Translations are curtosey of Nick Giammarino @ http://globalcurrencyreset.net Follow Nick on Twitter https://twitter.com/globalresetguy Follow Willem on Twitter https://twitter.com/wmiddelkoop Pickup a copy of Willem Middelkoop's newest book The Big Reset on Amazon http://globalcurrencyreset.net/thebigreset Watch my interview with Willem Middelkoop here: Video #2 - The Big Reset - 45 Minute Full Interview With Nick Giammarino - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTLLDbw175k http://globalcurrencyreset.net/conquering-collapse-review-video/ There are many ways to get prepared, gold, silver, real estate are a few. Do you think you are ready for what is coming? This video: Willem Middelkoop - Bail-ins - Cyprus - Bitcoin - Real Estate - Gold and Silver https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rgGV8q9_-Ck
Views: 7343 Global Currency Reset
Euro used as currency for first time, president of national bank
 
02:12
(1 Jan 2009) SHOTLIST 1. Wide of snow covered street on the bank of the Danube river 2. Tram passing by 3. Woman at cash dispenser 4. Wide of bank 5. Close of sign reading (in Slovakian) "House of Euro" 6. Wide of National Bank of Slovakia building 7. Various of bank, euro notes posters on facade 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Ivan Sramko, President of Slovak National Bank: "I am sure that the euro for Slovakia will mean the stability and faster development than without the euro and I am also sure the euro will help us to go through the (financial) crisis, which is very very problematic now in (at) this time and very risky for the small and open economies like Slovakia is, very integrated economies like we are. And I am very sure that the euro will help us to go through the crisis and to help us to sort the problem than it should (would) be without the euro." 10. Slovakian flag 11. SOUNDBITE (English) Ivan Sramko, President of Slovak National Bank: "There is some sentimentality because I am the governor of the central bank so through this time my responsibility was to keep the Slovak koruna in a good condition and with low inflation, and so there is some sentimentality. But in principle it is more important to have a very healthy and strong currency, and not to be sentimental towards the past." 12. Pan of national bank building 13. Wide of building with euro sign on facade STORYLINE Slovakia adopted the euro currency this New Year's Day, becoming the 16th country to join the eurozone and underscoring the former Soviet bloc nation's economic progress. With Slovakia, the currency will be used by 330 million people with an annual gross domestic product of more than 4 trillion euros (5.6 trillion US dollars). Joining up is a milestone for the country of 5.4 million people in a region where others have seen their currencies buffeted by the financial crisis stemming from bank losses on securities backed by shaky US mortgages. The President of the Slovak National Bank welcomed the euro, saying on Thursday that it would help the country's economy to get through the global financial downturn, although he acknowledged the changeover was tinged with a touch of nostalgia. Meanwhile, local residents were able to slip new bills into their wallets out of automated teller machines (ATMs). Slovakia is the first nation that used to be in the Soviet orbit to join. The euro was introduced on financial markets on January 1, 1999 and notes and coins first came into circulation in 2002. The currency celebrated its 10 year anniversary on this New Year's Day. The zone widened to 15 nations this past January when Cyprus and Malta joined; the other members are: Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Greece, Spain, France, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Slovenia and Finland. The old currency, the Slovak koruna, will be in circulation alongside the euro until January 16 and banks are expected to open on Thursday to exchange koruna for euros. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/c7e74efe8210db548f06a16cccb655bc Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 75 AP Archive
forex exchange and commodities trading - best trading platform 2015
 
04:25
forex exchange and commodities trading - best trading platform 2015  Click here http://bit.ly/xforexreviews To Get Started Now XForex Review XForex is a retail forex broker that first opened its doors in Cyprus in 2003. It is under the regulation of Cysec and is also regulated in Europe by FSA, in Australia, by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) and is licensed in many other countries. XForex is a dealing desk retail broker and works with 140 different locations across the globe and offices in many of the major financial centers worldwide. Accounts There are two accounts to choose from at XForex. The Standard account requires a minimum deposit of $100 and a $1000 is needed to fund the Premium account. Both accounts offer weekly and daily reports, market commentary and an economic event calendar. Leverage of 1:400 is provided. There are no commission fees for trade transactions but fixed spreads of 4-6 for the standard account and 2-5 for the premium accounts are applied. Holders of either account benefit from a host of different features such as a choice of trading tools, daily weekly and monthly analysis reports, market commentary live updates and a full economic event calendar. Standard account holders receive online training while those with the Premium account are entitled to personalized instruction. An additional feature in these accounts is that traders can monitor everything in their account in real-time. This includes the account balance, the balance of open positions, the margin available and the exposure. Real-time monitoring allows traders to have full control of their portfolio, in order to manage it properly. Trade Types The trading conditions vary on the different XForex trade types and these conditions are listed clearly by clicking on the Trade Type tab. Traders can choose Shares CFDs, Indices CFDs, Commodities CFDs, Forex and Bitcoins. Trading spreads are typical from 3 to 30 pips. Hedging is allowed but traders cannot buy and sell a trade in the same currency pair simultaneously. 4x buy currency buy currency online buy foreign currency cfd cfd trading commodities trading commodity trading currency online currency trading day trading forex converter forex live forex news forex rates forex signals forex trading forex trading for beginners forex trading strategies fx currency fx exchange fx trading learn to trade online trading options trading share trading spread betting stock trading trade trading account trading online trading platforms buying shares cfd trading learn to trade fx trading forex trading strategies forex exchange forex trading foreign exchange learn to trade commodities trading broker trading online buy currency options trading commodity trading  forex charts trading platforms best trading platform forex uk best forex trading platform Forex, XForex, Bitcoin, CFDs, commodities trading, trade indices, Foreign Exchange, Forex Broker, Trade Forex, Learn Forex, Day Trading, Commodities, Online Trading, Trade Stocks https://youtu.be/w8yTm4WBoqA
Views: 34 Abbey Smith
Bank chief on how regional tension has affected currency and stocks
 
01:39
1. Wide of Bank of Korea Governor Kim Choong-soo entering meeting room for monthly monetary policy meeting 2. Close-up of Kim banging gavel to start meeting 3. Various of officials 4. Wide of meeting 5. Wide of Kim at news conference after meeting 6. Cutaway of reporters 7. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Kim Choong-soo, Bank of Korea Governor: "Going forward, there is no change to the Committee's forecast that the domestic economy will show a negative output gap for a considerable time, due mostly to the slow recovery of the global economy and to the influence of the Japanese yen weakening." 8. Close-up of reporters 9. Wide of news conference 10. SOUNDBITE: (Korean) Kim Choong-soo, Bank of Korea Governor: "In the financial markets, stock prices have fallen substantially and the Korean won has depreciated significantly against the US dollar, as foreigners' security investment funds have flowed out in line with the reemergence of euro area risk and with the increase in geopolitical risk in Korea. Long-term market interest rates have continued their down trend, primarily on concerns about the slowdown in economic recovery." 11. Wide of media 12. Wide of news conference 13. Wide of stock information screens at Korea Stock Exchange 14. Close-up of Kospi data on screen 15. Mid of share data on screen 16. Pan of information screens 17. Various of screen showing Kospi level STORYLINE: South Korea's main stock index fell on Thursday, after the Bank of Korea kept its key interest rate at 2.75 percent for the sixth straight month. Many analysts had expected the central bank to lower the rate to spark borrowing and help the economy. The Kospi fell 0.1 percent to 1,933.08. Bank of Korea Governor Kim Choong-soo said there had been no change in the monetary policy committee's forecast that South Korea's economy would "show a negative output gap for a considerable time, due mostly to the slow recovery of the global economy and to the influence of the Japanese yen weakening." Kim added that stock prices had "fallen substantially and the Korean won has depreciated significantly against the US dollar." He attributed this to foreign investors pulling their money out of South Korea. Kim said that "the increase in geopolitical risk in Korea" was one of the things affecting investors' confidence, but that the "reemergence of euro area risk" connected to the bailout of Cyprus was another factor. "Long-term market interest rates have continued their down trend, primarily on concerns about the slowdown in economic recovery," he said. Outside South Korea, Asian stock markets powered higher on Thursday after a US communications company posted a surprise jump in earnings that led to big gains in technology stocks and new highs on Wall Street. Markets took additional encouragement from the release of minutes from the US Federal Reserve's March meeting, which showed a majority of policymakers in favour of continuing the central bank's bond purchases to help boost the US economy at least until the middle of the year. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/912937be400baad4646cae40d6eaa789 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 6 AP Archive
REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus
 
00:13
http://managingbinaryaccounts.blogspot.in/ NADEX Binary Options Trading Strategies How To Trade Exchange Traded Binary Options To make High Profits? Exchange Traded Binary Options are available as contracts at exchange for Example EURUSD currency pairs as offer and bid price contracts…these contracts are available from $8 to $97 Per Contract. Suppose Now the EURUSD live price in the market is 1.10200…and according to the market condition of the EURUSD seems the price will move up and it will cross the 1.10500 after 8 hour, then we have to take Buy trade entry for EURUSD with choosing the expiration time period, suppose right now the price is available at $20 per contract..now we brought 5 contracts with Spending $100..and when it expires as per your market prediction, then you will get as settlement contract $100 per contract…that means you will get at expiry $100 x 5 Contracts = $500… First Trade with $100 We Can Turn into $500 Second Trade we Spend the $500 which We Made with First Trade, then This $500 will be $2500 at Expiry, Because with $500 Investment we Can Brought 25 Contracts at the Rate of $20 Each - $20 x 25 = $500 When It Expires in our Favor, then we will get $100 Each Contract as Settlement, That means $100 x 25 Contracts = $2500 FIRST TRADE $100 INTO $500 SECOND TRADE $500 INTO $2500 If you take risk $1000 ..then in 2 trades it becomes $25000 If you brought Each Contract at the rate of Between $30 to $35, then $1500 becomes $15000 in 2 trades. Generally Options Expiry Time I chose within 24 Hours, that means the Result for Every Trade is With in 24 Hours. Profits may differ according to the market conditions, some time I never wait for Expiry Time, Because if the market has taken U Turn, then there is no use to wait for trade expiry, so before expiry i will close the trade either some loss or some profits.. HOW TO CALCULATE NET PROFIT PER TRADE? Net Profit = $100 settlement Price at Exchange at Expiry - Invested Money on the Contract If you Spend for One Contract $35 and when it close at expiry in your favor, then you will get $100...Here Net Profit is $100 - $35 = $65 for One Contract..If you Purchased 10 Contracts, then your Net Profit is $650..If market Price Goes Against your Expectation, then you will lose the Spend money on the contract..that means you will get loss only $35 which you invested on the contract..only loss $35...not more than that....in this way Exchange Binary Options are works. Binary Options Trading Strategies in USA Binary Options trading methods in USA Binary Options trading signals in USA, Binary Options traders in USA Binary Options trading demo account Binary Options trading live account in USA Binary Options trading brokers in USA best Binary Options brokers in USA Binary Options trading indicators softwares in USA Binary Options trading training in USA Binary Options trading course in USA how to trade Binary Options currencies in USA Canadian dollar Binary Options trading strategy Binary Options trading auto robots Binary Options trading auto trading best for brokers in USA best Binary Options trading brokers live account Binary Options live trading strategies Binary Options live trading methods to make good profits in Binary Options trading best Binary Options trading strategy for beginners learn Binary Options trading in USA how to trade Binary Options currencies for beginners Binary Options trading live seminars in USA best USA Binary Options brokers Binary Options trading live trading signals in USA, USA Binary Options traders best trading strategy.Nadex Binary Options Trading Strategies, Nadex Binary Options Trading Methods, Nadex Binary Options Trading system, Nadex Binary Options Demo Account, Nadex Binary Options Live Accounts, Nadex Trading Platform Tutorials, Best Nadex Trading Strategy, How To Trade Nadex Binary Options Trading, Nadex Binary Options Trading Signals,Nadex Binary Options For Beginners, How To Open Nadex Binary Options Trading Account, Nadex Binary Broker Review, US best Binary Broker Nadex, Nadex Binary Options Trading Broker Review, Nadex Trading Binary Strategies, BEST Binary Brokers IN USA UK CANADA, BEST UK BINARY BROKERS, BEST USA BINARY BROKERS, BEST CANADA BINARY BROKERS, BEST BINARY BROKERS IN CANADA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKER IN CANADA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRDING BROKER IN UK, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKER IN USA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKERS IN UK, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN USA, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN UK, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN CANADA, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Singapore, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Isle Of Man, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus, REGULATED FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN Isle Of Man, REGULATED FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN Australia,
Views: 6 Kumar Dm
Treasury Talks - FX hedging: Will active management help?
 
21:17
Some boards are so frightened of the very word hedging that they don’t allow it at all. But not actively managing risks is a risk management decision in itself. It can leave you very exposed to foreign exchange volatility (though it may not protect against step changes that are politically driven). This speaker is passionate about the power of hedging. Alex Goraieb, Head of FX & Corporate Treasury Market Development for Europe, Thomson Reuters, UK
Views: 426 eurofinancechannel
WRAP EU newcomers and Slovenia welcome the New Year
 
02:36
SHOTLIST ++NIGHT SHOTS++ Nicosia - 31 Dec 2007/1 Jan 2008 1. Exterior of Ministry of Finance 2. Various of countdown to midnight on big screen 3. Euro-themed balloon drop 4. Cypriot President Tassos Papadopoulos raises glass of champagne 5. Dancers 6. Various of acrobats 7. Papodopolos uses ATM machine to withdraw first euro notes issued in Cyprus 8. Papadopolous showing euro notes Valletta - 31 Dec 2007/1 Jan 2008 9. Pan left fireworks starting at midnight over fort 10. Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi arriving 11. Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi inserting his card into an ATM 12. Cutaway people looking 13. Close up ATM not delivering the money and returning the card to Gonzi 14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence Gonzi, Maltese Prime Minister: ''We are the smallest member state of the European Union but we are as proud as the largest country and we have achieved what perhaps other countries have not yet done.'' 15. Wide of fireworks over Valletta's grand harbour Ljubljana - 31 Dec 2007/1 Jan 2008 16. Wide of Ljubljana's main square with band playing on stage 17. European Union and Slovenian flags 18. Various of fireworks 19. Couple kissing 20. Wide of festively lit main square and fireworks STORYLINE: European Union newcomers Cyprus and Malta adopted the euro on Tuesday, bringing to fifteen the number of countries using the currency with increasing clout over the slumping US dollar, as Slovenia took over the EU rotating presidency. The Mediterranean islands, both former British colonies, scrapped the Cyprus pound and Maltese lira at midnight. Cypriot President Tassos Papadopoulos used his card to withdraw the first euro notes issued in Cyprus. Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi had to wait a little before getting his hands on the new currency. An automated teller machine did not work when Gonzi tried to withdraw euros, and he was obliged to use a different ATM. "We are the smallest member state of the European Union, but we are proud," he said. Both countries welcomed the euro with outdoor celebrations, including a fireworks display in Malta's rainy capital Valletta. The euro has risen more than 11 percent against the dollar during the year and nine East European countries are waiting to convert. The euro's strong exchange rate of 1.4599 US dollars on Monday - up 79 percent from its lowest point of 82 cents in 2000 - has given more pocket power to European tourists in the United States, while curtailing the movements and spending of many American tourists and workers abroad. Only the southern, Greek-speaking part of Cyprus will use the euro. The government in the north is recognised only by Turkey, but many Turkish Cypriot merchants will also accept euros along with Turkish lira. Cyprus' euro coins will be inscribed in both Greek and Turkish, with designs that include the mouflon or wild sheep, a national symbol. Malta's 1 euro and 2 euros coins will bear the Maltese cross. Combined, the economies of Cyprus and Malta account for less than 0.3 percent of the euro zone's gross domestic product. Both easily met the requirements for limiting deficits and inflation, but euro adoption has also brought public scepticism. A European Union poll found 74 percent of Cypriots and 65 percent of Maltese believe the euro will drive prices upward. The September survey also found 44 percent of people in Cyprus and 33 percent in Malta would be sorry to see their national currencies being replaced. The 12 countries that have joined the EU since 2004 are obliged to convert to the euro eventually. Slovenia was the first to meet the targets and joined on January 1, 2007. Almost 40-thousand people packed the city centre of the capital to mark the start of a new era for the country. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/8c6b40610f3d0d7a5b8d95752eee8dc3 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 144 AP Archive
MINISTER HOPEFUL OF GOOD RESULT IF CYPRUS NEEDS BAILOUT
 
03:09
(11 Jun 2012) Cyprus' finance minister said on Monday that he was optimistic the eurozone nation would not be forced into enacting harsh austerity measures if it sought a European Union bailout. But Vassos Shiarly stopped short of drawing parallels with Spain, which over the weekend became the Eurozone's fourth country to seek assistance for its struggling banks. Shiarly said Spain was unique because it was seeking a sectoral loan meant only for its banks. He said Cyprus would have to wait and see how that scheme played out. Cyprus is struggling to find euro1.8 billion (b) (2.23 billion (b) US dollars) to inject into the second-largest lender, Cyprus Popular Bank, by a 30 June deadline. The bank is the most exposed to Greek debt and suffered huge losses after writing down the value of its Greek government bond holdings. If the bank can't raise the capital, the government will have to put up the money which is equal to a tenth of Cyprus' economy. And it's cash that Cyprus doesn't have. The European Union has been urging economic reforms to help Cyprus kick-start its economy, primarily to cut public spending. Shiarly said the government was determined to keep the fiscal deficit to 2.5 percent of GDP this year and would soon unveil new spending cuts and tax increases to offset a 1 percent deviation from the target. He expressed confidence in the island nation's economic fundamentals. Cypriots fear that turning to the temporary European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) would spell the kind of hardship that other bailed-out countries such as Greece and Portugal were enduring because of the austerity measures adopted in exchange for the money. But economist Theodore Panayotou said Cyprus shouldn't be reticent as long as it takes measures to meet its deficit before it asks for assistance. "Everything we promise, we should show that we are willing and ready to take measures to deliver," he said You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/2cc673959551ebb85bca877f3452fe22 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 22 AP Archive
World Coin Collection 2015: Europe (4/6)
 
12:28
Welcome to the world coin collection of 2015. These are the coins that I managed to attain from 2014-2015 to make a step further to my goal of collecting at least one coin from every country that exists or existed. COUNTRY LIST: Albania Armenia Austria Azores Belgium Bohemia Bohemia and Moravia Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus Czechoslovakia Czech Republic Denmark Dutch Republic (Zeeland) Estonia Finland France German States Germany Gibraltar Great Britain Greece Greenland Hibernia Hungary Iceland Ionian Islands Ireland Isle of Man Italian States- Genoa Italy Jersey Liege Lithuania Lundy Luxembourg Malta Malta, Military Order of Moldova Monaco Netherlands Netherlands Antilles Norway Poland Portugal Romania Russia San Marino Saar Scotland Seborga Serbia Slovenia Soviet Union (USSR) Spain Spitsbergen St. Pierre and Miquelon Sweden Swiss Canton (Gall) Switzerland Ukraine United Kingdom Vatican City Yugoslavia
Views: 10065 NuHistorix History
WRAP Alfa Bank asks $400 million from state, MICEX, Medvedev on crisis
 
02:35
SHOTLIST 1. Pan from wide of street to Alfa Bank exterior 2. Alfa Bank exterior, pedestrians walking past 3. Wide of men passing Alfa Bank 4. Tilt down of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) building 5. Mid of woman entering MICEX doors 6. Wide top shot of MICEX interior 7. Mid of traders 8. MICEX interior 9. Close up of a graph on a monitor 10. Mid of traders at their desks 11. Close-up of giant, revolving, "e" sculpture on the street 12. Mid of woman on a street 13. Woman changing numbers of rate of exchange on a board 14. Mid of pedestrians 15. Wide of Russian President Dmitry Medvedev arriving for meeting in Gorki presidential residence 16. Cutaway of cameraman 17. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President: "Russia, it needs to be said for the sake of objectivity, has repeatedly warned about the negative potential that had been accumulated in the American financial system and that eventually turned into a full-scale financial crisis. Unfortunately, no decisions were made." 18. Cutaway of cameraman 19. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) Dmitry Medvedev, Russian President: "Forming a system of incentives to (encourage) rational behaviour of the financial market (by) participants themselves. Rational means honest, appropriate, balanced and motivated. How to make it is a more difficult question. Obviously, forming a new international financial system will take ages, but it's essential to start without delay." 20. Wide of officials at the table STORYLINE A bank belonging to one of Russia's biggest tycoons said on Friday it is seeking a 400 (m) million US dollar long-term loan from national development bank VEB to pay off a 2 (b) billion US dollar loan to a group of banks led by Deutsche Bank AG. The cash, government funds being passed on by state-owned VEB, would allow Alfa Bank, controlled by Mikhail Fridman, to avoid having to give up a 44 percent stake in major Russian cellphone company VimpelCom, which it had pledged to Deutsche Bank as collateral for the loan. Russian newspapers reported that the Vimpelcom stake would now be put up as collateral to VEB. Alfa Bank CEO Pyotr Aven told reporters on Friday that the bank has applied for 400 (m) million US dollars from VEB but refused to provide further details. Russia's wealthiest businessmen are facing a shakeout after many of them borrowed heavily in recent years, often using their firms' shares as collateral. When Russian stocks plunged over the past few weeks, their creditors began demanding that they put up more collateral or risk losing their shares. In its bid for state financing, Alfa Bank has joined the company of another troubled oligarch, metals magnate Oleg Deripaska. Deripaska's aluminium company Rusal has been granted a 4.5 (b) billion US dollar loan from VEB, Russian media have reported. Russia's Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX) stock index dropped 4.5 percent in early trading on Friday. Alexey Gerasyuk, head of the MICEX PR department, said it was an expected correction after Thursday's jump, when MICEX index grew more than 19 percent. Meanwhile, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev on Friday proposed four reforms to change the international financial system in order to cope with the ongoing global crisis. Meeting with the economic block of Russian government and Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, Medvedev said he had previously warned about "negative potential that had been accumulated in the American financial system" which had given rise to the global financial crisis. Medvedev suggested an increase in the legitimacy and the efficacy of the financial base on which international financial institutes work as well as the creation of a plurality of world financial centres and currencies. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/58d0e462d2c3e4704dadc77141155e37 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 84 AP Archive
How to trade Binary Options for beginners   Binary Options 101
 
07:49
Free $100 Account: http://2by.us/usa In 2013, Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission(CySEC) prevailed many times over the disreputable binary options brokers and communicated intensively with traders thereon in order to prevent the risks they incur through the use of unregulated financial services thereof. On September 19, 2013 Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission(CySEC) sent out a release warning investors against binary options broker TraderXP (www.traderxp.com), CySEC stated that TraderXP is not and has never been licensed by CySEC.[8] On October 18, 2013 Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission(CySEC) sent out a release warning investors against binary options broker NRGbinary (www.nrgbinary.com), and its parent company NRG Capital (CY) Ltd. CySEC stated that NRGbinary is not and has never been licensed by CySEC.[9] The Cypriot regulator also temporarily suspended the license of the Cedar Finance (www.cedarfinance.com)on December 19, 2013. The decision was taken by Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission(CySEC) because the potential violations referenced appear to seriously endanger the interests of the company’s (Cedar Finance | www.cedarfinance.com) customers and the proper functioning of capital markets, as described in the official issued press release. Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission(CySEC) also issued a warning against binary option broker PlanetOption (www.planetoption.com) at the end of the year and another warning against binary option broker LBinary (www.lbinary.com) on January 10, 2014, pointing out that Live Binary Ltd (LBinary) is not regulated by the Commission and the Commission has not received any notification by any of its counterparts in other European countries to the effect of this firm being a regulated provider. binary options, options, binary, binary options trading https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zLsxuX8Hdck For More: http://binaryoptionsdailyreview.com/
Views: 64 Options Binary
RUSSIA: GOVERNMENT FIGHT TO AVOID CURRENCY COLLAPSE
 
01:56
English/Nat Russia is fighting hard to prop up the plunging ruble and avoid a currency collapse that could lead to an economic meltdown. Measures announced last night by the Russian government appear to have staved off the collapse of the country's financial markets. Business at the Moscow Exchange was brisk as traders declared themselves satisfied with the Central Bank's intervention. The Russian government is adamant that there will be no devaluation of the ruble. Boris Yeltsin regards a stable currency as one of the main achievements of his seven years in office and is anxious that Russia not be seen as the next Indonesia. But while Western investors are fleeing the market in droves, nothing approaching panic has taken hold of the streets of Moscow. Money-exchange offices were quiet this morning and there have been no reports of Russians dumping rubles for precious dollars. But average Russians are becoming increasingly concerned at the parlous state of the country's economy. With the Russian stock market reeling there is some doubt whether the country can restore confidence by itself. Russian officials have sounded out the IMF for a rescue package of cut-rate loans. Such a loan would make it both easier for Russia to cover its deficits as well as show Western confidence in Yeltsin's government. Uncontrolled devaluation would plunge millions of Russians into poverty and shatter their faith in Yeltsin and his government. SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "In the morning there was a crisis of faith in the government's ability to keep the ruble stable. But after the refinancing rate was raised the opposite happened as banks rushed to buy rubles." SUPER CAPTION: Alexei Vlasov, President of the Russian Exchange SOUNDBITE: (Russian) "The devaluation of the ruble would mean the breaking away from all accords with international organisations, the sharp exodus from Russia of foreign capital and the loss of all possible investments. It would be one of the worst scenarios for the Russian economy." SUPER CAPTION: Alexei Vlasov, President of the Russian Exchange VOX POP: (Russian) "They should do something so people's lives get better. But all they can do is talk. Where are the results?" SUPER CAPTION: Nikolai VOX POP: (Russian) "We don't really understand what's going on but I think it's a minor catastrophe for the economy and the simple people don't like it." SUPER CAPTION: Elena You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/f37266226574ec083ec0df8901426437 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 23 AP Archive
Somalia abandons shillings for mobile money transfers
 
02:28
With bank notes worth only 4 US cents each, Somalis have turned to mobile money to do their shopping, pay their bills and even receive their wages. It puts the East African country at the forefront of a financial revolution -- where the least developed countries in the world are leading the way.
Views: 6203 AFP news agency
Archbishop Chrysostomos II meets President Anastasiades for talks
 
00:25
SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Cyprus' Orthodox Christian church Archbishop Chrysostomos II and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades 2. Close of Anastasiades 3. Wide of Chrysostomos II and Nicos Anastasiades 4. Close of Archbishop of Cyprus 5. Mid of Chrysostomos II and Nicos Anastasiades STORYLINE The head of Cyprus' influential Orthodox church Archbishop Chrysostomos II said on Wednesday that he will put the church's assets at the country's disposal to help pull it out of a financial crisis, after lawmakers rejected a plan to seize up to 10 percent of people's bank deposits to secure an international bailout. Speaking after meeting President Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday in the Nicosia, Chrysostomos said the church was willing to mortgage its assets to invest in government bonds. The church has considerable wealth, including property, stakes in a bank and a brewery. Tuesday's rejection of the deposit tax has left the future of the country's international bailout in question. Cyprus needs 15.8 (b) billion euros (20.4 (b) billion US dollars) to bail out its banks and shore up government finances to avoid default and a potential exit from the European joint currency. If it doesn't get the money, the banks could fail, Cyprus' government finances could be ruined for years and the country could face expulsion from the union of 17 countries that use the euro. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/a716d73dffad0a1209e1986502c91b1f Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 115 AP Archive
BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus
 
00:18
http://managingbinaryaccounts.blogspot.in/ NADEX Binary Options Trading Strategies How To Trade Exchange Traded Binary Options To make High Profits? Exchange Traded Binary Options are available as contracts at exchange for Example EURUSD currency pairs as offer and bid price contracts…these contracts are available from $8 to $97 Per Contract. Suppose Now the EURUSD live price in the market is 1.10200…and according to the market condition of the EURUSD seems the price will move up and it will cross the 1.10500 after 8 hour, then we have to take Buy trade entry for EURUSD with choosing the expiration time period, suppose right now the price is available at $20 per contract..now we brought 5 contracts with Spending $100..and when it expires as per your market prediction, then you will get as settlement contract $100 per contract…that means you will get at expiry $100 x 5 Contracts = $500… First Trade with $100 We Can Turn into $500 Second Trade we Spend the $500 which We Made with First Trade, then This $500 will be $2500 at Expiry, Because with $500 Investment we Can Brought 25 Contracts at the Rate of $20 Each - $20 x 25 = $500 When It Expires in our Favor, then we will get $100 Each Contract as Settlement, That means $100 x 25 Contracts = $2500 FIRST TRADE $100 INTO $500 SECOND TRADE $500 INTO $2500 If you take risk $1000 ..then in 2 trades it becomes $25000 If you brought Each Contract at the rate of Between $30 to $35, then $1500 becomes $15000 in 2 trades. Generally Options Expiry Time I chose within 24 Hours, that means the Result for Every Trade is With in 24 Hours. Profits may differ according to the market conditions, some time I never wait for Expiry Time, Because if the market has taken U Turn, then there is no use to wait for trade expiry, so before expiry i will close the trade either some loss or some profits.. HOW TO CALCULATE NET PROFIT PER TRADE? Net Profit = $100 settlement Price at Exchange at Expiry - Invested Money on the Contract If you Spend for One Contract $35 and when it close at expiry in your favor, then you will get $100...Here Net Profit is $100 - $35 = $65 for One Contract..If you Purchased 10 Contracts, then your Net Profit is $650..If market Price Goes Against your Expectation, then you will lose the Spend money on the contract..that means you will get loss only $35 which you invested on the contract..only loss $35...not more than that....in this way Exchange Binary Options are works. Binary Options Trading Strategies in USA Binary Options trading methods in USA Binary Options trading signals in USA, Binary Options traders in USA Binary Options trading demo account Binary Options trading live account in USA Binary Options trading brokers in USA best Binary Options brokers in USA Binary Options trading indicators softwares in USA Binary Options trading training in USA Binary Options trading course in USA how to trade Binary Options currencies in USA Canadian dollar Binary Options trading strategy Binary Options trading auto robots Binary Options trading auto trading best for brokers in USA best Binary Options trading brokers live account Binary Options live trading strategies Binary Options live trading methods to make good profits in Binary Options trading best Binary Options trading strategy for beginners learn Binary Options trading in USA how to trade Binary Options currencies for beginners Binary Options trading live seminars in USA best USA Binary Options brokers Binary Options trading live trading signals in USA, USA Binary Options traders best trading strategy.Nadex Binary Options Trading Strategies, Nadex Binary Options Trading Methods, Nadex Binary Options Trading system, Nadex Binary Options Demo Account, Nadex Binary Options Live Accounts, Nadex Trading Platform Tutorials, Best Nadex Trading Strategy, How To Trade Nadex Binary Options Trading, Nadex Binary Options Trading Signals,Nadex Binary Options For Beginners, How To Open Nadex Binary Options Trading Account, Nadex Binary Broker Review, US best Binary Broker Nadex, Nadex Binary Options Trading Broker Review, Nadex Trading Binary Strategies, BEST Binary Brokers IN USA UK CANADA, BEST UK BINARY BROKERS, BEST USA BINARY BROKERS, BEST CANADA BINARY BROKERS, BEST BINARY BROKERS IN CANADA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKER IN CANADA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRDING BROKER IN UK, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKER IN USA, BEST BINARY OPTIONS TRADING BROKERS IN UK, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN USA, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN UK, BEST FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN CANADA, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Singapore, BEST ECN FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Isle Of Man, BEST REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Australia, REGULATED FOREX BROKERS IN Cyprus, REGULATED FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN Isle Of Man, REGULATED FOREX TRADING BROKERS IN Australia,
Views: 10 Kumar Dm
First day of trading in Tokyo since euro introduction
 
02:33
1. Tokyo Stock Exchange staff and visitors to TSE doing commemorative applause to mark the start of trading of the new year 2. Wide shot, women wearing traditional "Kimono", standing in front of price index board 3. Mid shot, women in Kimonos 4. Close shot, women in Kimonos 5. Wide shot, women in Kimonos 6. Wide shot, Tokyo Stock Exchange trading floor 7. Mid shot, floor 8. Various, traders 9. Tilt from trading floor to wide of stock exchange 10. Euro traders shot through window 11. Close shot, EU flag 12. Panning shot of Euro spot traders 13. Close shot, hand of trader 14. Close shot, trader 15. Mid shot, traders 16. Close shot, trader 17. Close shot, Euro notes 18. SOUNDBITE: (Japanese) Hirotaro Nakazawa, Currency Desk Chief, Meitan Tradition Co.Ltd " It seems that the euro is being bought for the time being. But I think this is just a temporary movement. I think that vis-a-vis the dollar and other currencies, it would be difficult for the euro to be appreciated any further. So, it will be adjusted in a long term. As for the euro-yen trading , since there are not many good factors for the yen, I think that the euro will continuously be appreciated against yen." 19. Panning shot of dollar-yen foreign exchange 20. Mid shot, Japanese and US flags and trader 21. Close shot, trader in Kimono 22. Close shot, yen-dollar rate index board 23. Wide shot, foreign exchange STORYLINE: Tokyo Stock Exchange staff commemorated the start of trading of the new year on Friday. A short ceremony with wishes for the success of the new year was held shortly before the start of trading at 0000gmt. Tokyo stocks finished sharply higher in a half-day session. The benchmark 225-issue Nikkei Stock Average climbed 328.87 points, or 3.12 percent, closing at 10,871.49. Last Friday, the average closed up 85.01 points, or 0.81 percent. Financial markets in Tokyo were closed Monday through Thursday for the New Year's holidays. Friday's Tokyo Stock Exchange was a half-day session and full-day activity was to resume on Monday. Although many Japanese companies opened their doors on Friday following the New Year's holidays, some businesses remained closed. On the stock market, the Nikkei index advanced Friday as technology issues and major autos led the rally on the heels of sharp gains overnight in US technology issues on Wall Street. Despite solid gains, players remained cautious about the market's near-term outlook because of the country's weak economic fundamentals. The broader Tokyo Stock Price Index of all issues listed on the first section was up 21.82 points, or 2.12 percent, closing Friday at 1,053.96. The TOPIX closed up 18.41 points, or 1.82 percent, on December 28. In currency dealings, investors have sold the yen amid concern about the outlook for the economy in Japan. The euro was traded at 118.86 yen, up from 115.94 yen late last Friday in Tokyo The dollar firmed against the yen in a narrow trading range amid recent bearishness over the Japanese currency. The dollar purchased 131.51 yen at late morning, up 0.05 yen from late Friday, last week, in Tokyo, but below its late New York level of 131.72 yen overnight. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/026d588633350e64605b649aaf8b13bd Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 75 AP Archive
IronFX Currency Trading Profiting
 
10:46
Test the demo platform yourself and get the feeling of winning ! http://www.ironfx.com/en/promotions-contest/competitions/forex-demo-competition
What are the US tax implications of selling your overseas rental property?
 
03:01
http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/blog/reporting-rental-property-sales-on-us-expat-taxes What are the US tax implications when you sell a foreign rental property? David McKeegan explains in this brief video! "Hi everybody. My name is David McKeegan, I'm with Greenback Expat Tax Services. Our question today is, "I'm selling an overseas rental property. What are the US tax implications?" The first thing you have to know is that any gain or loss must be converted to US dollars. You can have a gain or loss on the value of the property, maybe the value of the property went up or down. Or, you can have a gain or loss that's caused by a currency fluctuation changing from your local currency to US dollars. The rate you use is the exchange rate on the day of the sale, you can't use a yearly average or anything like that. You have to use the exchange rate on the day of the sale. The gain or the loss on the property is going to be the difference between your sales proceeds and your adjusted basis in the property. Your adjusted basis is calculated from when you acquire the property, then you add in any capital improvement you've made. If you refit a kitchen or something like that, you can add that into the cost of the basis of the property. You subtract out any depreciation claims that you've taken on the property since you've owned it. The depreciation you've claimed over the past five years is subject to recapture rules, which means that you report some of the gain when you sell the property at ordinary income rates based on your individual income tax rate and some of the gain at the capital gains tax rate of 25 percent. You can deduct selling expenses, including commissions paid on the sale." Read the full transcript on our site: http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/blog/reporting-rental-property-sales-on-us-expat-taxes Ready to file your US expat taxes? Visit http://www.greenbacktaxservices.com/get-started-now and one of our expert accountants will be in touch within one business day!
CREATIVE EXPERIENCES OF CWM FX LATEST UPDATES
 
00:37
CWM FX is a foreign exchange trading company located formerly at the Heron Tower at 110 Bishops gate. The tower is known otherwise as Salesforce Tower. CWM FX is part of the CWM group of firms. The company used formerly the foreign exchange trading ‘white label’ trading stand of Leverate Financial Services Limited that is an investment firm of Cyprus. The Cyprus Exchange Commission and Securities licenses and regulates this investment company. The regulatory board functions in London utilizing the MiFID rules of the European Community. The Cyprus Exchange Commission and Securities operated a conventional through processing model and Contract For Difference for retail traders in foreign exchange for Contract for trading Currency Sets. CWM FX has the objective to design and generate a sequence of innovative and immersive experiences during the London Boat Show. CWM FX designed and produced 3 shows with the objective to offer an efficient solution from model, set strategy, technical production, creation of content, and on-site location supervision. During the show, Rain Curtain was among the main attractions that set the scene for the show. This innovation utilizes automated interactive device technology to enable invitees to keep the rain under their control while they walk into the event. This new technology offers a 4D experience that mixes photo-genuine computer and projection technology to generate sound design and visual effects to drop the guests in the middle of a wide ocean. On the other side, CWM FX uses the Datatag Lab that allows invitees to get close to cutting brink marine technology where various associates display the latest progresses in technology and innovation. http://bit.ly/1T3aWXH
Views: 118 Cwm World
IRELAND: DUBLIN: STEPS TAKEN TO INTRODUCE SINGLE EUROPEAN CURRENCY
 
02:24
English/Nat Big strides have been made towards the introduction of a single European currency, according to some E-U leaders who have been meeting at the European Council summit in the Irish capital Dublin. Finance ministers drew up the terms for a single currency stability pact on Friday, while leaders discussed co-operation between the police forces and judiciaries of the 15 member states. Irish Prime Minister John Bruton said he was satisfied with the results of the first day of the summit - the last of Ireland's E-U presidency. The heads and finance ministers of the 15 member states of the European Union met in Dublin on Friday. Some of them say much progress has been made towards the introduction of a single European currency. Irish Prime Minister John Bruton said he was satisfied with the results of the first day of the summit - the last of Ireland's E-U presidency. SOUNDBITE: "The fact that we've today agreed the design of the currency, we've agreed the basis upon which the economies of member countries participating in the currency will be managed, and indeed the penalties which will apply to them if they've not managed properly, as well as the relationship between the ins and the outs and the legal framework. The fact that all of that work has been done well ahead of time. This work needn't have been done today. It might not have been done until June, it might not have been done until later, but it has been done today." SUPER CAPTION: John Bruton, Irish Prime Minister Meanwhile, Britain's Prime Minister John Major warned that a fast track to a single European currency could lead to the disintegration of the E-U. SOUNDBITE: "The wrong sort of flexibility, as I indicated this afternoon, would blow the European Union right apart, and so that is an area where we need to reflect very carefully. We are still doing so, We have not yet reached final conclusions as to whether the sort of flexibility we advocated is best put in the treaty or dealt with on a case by case basis. It is a very fine judgement and I hope we can reach conclusions on that fairly soon." SUPER CAPTION: John Major, British Prime Minister During the summit meeting, France and the Netherlands met to try and overcome their dispute over the Dutch drugs laws, seen as too liberal by the French. The Dutch Foreign Minister said progress had been made. SOUNDBITE: "I think there's light at the end of the tunnel. And I think that we made an enormous step forward today that we could get consensus on this common action for both parties. it doesn't mean that our discussion now is closed. Not at all. The problems and the different views on the problems are still there. But we are going to find solutions for common actions. That's important." SUPER CAPTION: Hans van Mierlo, Dutch Foreign Minister Progress appears to have been made on a number of issues during this E-U summit. But the draft E-U treaty which Ireland presented to the two-day meeting leaves key issues unresolved, including giving up powers of national veto. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/bf81f2b2864ece56bb7d765db07a07a7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
Views: 173 AP Archive
Some unique facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina
 
03:35
Bosnia and Herzegovina (or Hercegovina) has been a part of the Yugoslavian Republic until civil war broke out in the early 90’s, leading to many years of genocide, ethnic cleansing and finally a NATO intervention. The name Bosnia comes from the river Bosna that flows in the region and Herzegovina used to be an Austrian duchy (Herzog in german). Learn, Share, Subscribe ------------------------------------------------ Watch the entire series here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbZJ71IJGFRTa_XMM9a4hDh2Yo9CsZzOR Follow: https://plus.google.com/+blinder00 https://twitter.com/Sebastian2Go https://www.facebook.com/official7facts ------------------------------------------------ In this brief video you can find seven little known facts about Bosnia and Herzegovina. Where is Bosnia? It sits on the Western shore of the Balkan Peninsula. Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, is today one of the most beautiful capitals in Europe. More information about the video content bellow: 1. Medjugorje is located in the mountains near Mostar. The small town is incredibly popular with Catholic pilgrims. Millions of pilgrims have visited the site since 1981, when a small group of young people began reporting seeing visions of the Virgin Mary (Madonna di Medjugorje). 2. Bosnia has a currency that can’t be exchanged anywhere else in the world. The Bosnian Convertible Mark (BAM) can’t be bought outside the country. So upon leaving exchange it or the only use will be as an expensive souvenir. 3.In Bosnia and Herzegovina, the three official languages are Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian. For the local population it is of great importance to appoint the language spoken. In practical terms, though, it is one and the same language. The differences are similar to the differences between American and British English. Before the war the language was called Serbo-Croatian, but that name is no longer used. 4. Stari Most Bridge (or Mostar Bridge) is a 16th century Ottoman bridge in the city of Mostar that crosses the river Neretva and connects two parts of the city. The Old Bridge stood for 427 years, but it was destroyed in 1993 during the Croat-Bosniak War. Later, the bridge was reconstructed and opened in 2004. Stari Most is a symbol of Mostar and part of UNESCO world heritage. 5. Unlike in Croatia and Serbia, there is not a single McDonald’s in Bosnia. In fact, there are no international fast food chains. However you have all kinds of independent local fast food vendors that serve local staples like Cevapi , Burek, Kukuruz or Kebabs. 6. Over the past 100 years Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia, has found itself a member of 6 different states and has witnessed the Sarajevo Assassination, the First and Second World Wars, the XIV Winter Olympic Games,and the longest-running siege of any town in modern history (1425 days). 7. For several hundred years, the borders of two great empires, the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian, which represented the two poles of the world at that time – East and West, Islamic and Christian – met in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This made the country and its capital a crossroads for very different worlds. Sarajevo is one of those rare cities where, during a ten-minute walk, you can see places of worship for the world’s most important monotheistic religions: Orthodox and Catholic churches, synagogues and mosques. More info: http://www.fipa.gov.ba/dobrodosli/znamenitosti/default.aspx?id=154&langTag=en-US http://www.funtrivia.com/en/Geography/Bosnia-12865.html http://www.expatsblog.com/contests/799/top-10-crazy-things-about-living-in-bosnia-and-herzegovina http://www.portal-trogir.com/things-to-do-en/towns/mostar-excursion-from-trogir/ https://vrhopk.wordpress.com/2009/07/22/fun-facts-to-tickle-your-fancy/ https://www.readyclickandgo.com/blog/ten-facts-about-sarajevo/ http://sarajevo.travel/en/discover-sarajevo/meet-sarajevo/10-reasons-to-visit Music: Ketsa – Face Jazz http://freemusicarchive.org Images: http://www.medjugorje-international.com/eng/hotel.html http://www.lasacrafamiglia.it/medjugorje/ http://flagpedia.net/currency/others/bosnia-and-herzegovina-convertible-mark http://www.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/2wiwtv/nationality_map_of_the_balkans_and_southern/ http://www.panacomp.net/bosnia_and_herzegovina http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stari_Most http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Mostar_bridge.jpg http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turkish_cuisine http://pixgood.com/no-mcdonalds-no.html http://www.union-travel.si/fr/reservations/hotels/ba/sarajevo/ http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/world_now/2012/04/sarajevo-a-look-back-at-the-first-few-months-of-the-siege.html http://geovivatravel.com/en/package/visoko-sarajevo-bijambare-mostar-dubrovnik-trebinje/ http://www.nardev.org/?paged=2 http://bosniavolimte.blogspot.ro/2011/03/sarajevo-jewish-synagague-piece-of.html http://www.webmastergrade.com/25-beautiful-mosques-around-the-world/
Views: 99557 Sebastian ioan
FORGET BITCOIN! There’s a new private currency sweeping America…
 
06:51
Wall Street Daily Founder, Robert Williams, uncovered an emerging cryptocurrency poised to soar in value. In fact, this one simple investment could put as much as $56,700 into your bank account over the next 9-12 months. If you’re 55 or older, it could change your retirement plans for the better. For the full details, go to www.wallstreetdaily.com
Views: 49356 Wall Street Daily
AM Exchange - There's No Reason [OFFICIAL VIDEO]
 
04:24
http://www.amexchangemusic.com Written, Directed and Edited by Daniel Jacobs Director of Photography, Color, Brian Bins Art Director, Aerial Photographer, Location Manager, Charles McNulty Hair and Makeup, Emmalee Almroth
Views: 949 AMExchange