Nery Alaev


European business indices hold strong

Nery Alaev writes about business indices in Europe. One of the world’s largest banks and financial services providers has released data suggesting that, to the contrary of recent reporting, the business environment in Europe is holding steady in a particularly…
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German investor confidence rebounds 

Nery Alaev writes about investor confidence in Germany. Confidence among investors in Europe’s largest economy has re-bounded after a 16-month low, thanks to action from the European Central Bank and an overall cooling of the markets. I’ve chosen to look…
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Peripheral markets are an investor target in 2016

Nery Alaev writes about changes to investor targets in Europe. According to a major real estate firm, ‘peripheral’, European real estate markets are becoming an investor target in addition to markets that haven’t completed their respective cycle yet. I’ve decided…
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Value investing due for rebound, experts say 

Nery Alaev writes about value investing in 2016. A recent article points towards a potential return to prominence for value investing and value investors, thanks to value stocks becoming ‘too cheap’ to ignore and growth stocks becoming too expensive to…
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Fintech grows stronger across Europe 

Nery Alaev writes about fintech in Europe, including the UK and Germany. Funding for financial technology (‘fintech’) companies across Europe is growing, with Germany and the UK gaining momentum respectively. Last week, I wrote about the strength of Germany’s growing fintech…
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More Chinese investment in Europe’s real estate

Nery Alaev writes about Chinese investment in European real estate. I wrote last month about the increasing number of Chinese organisations taking over the reins of German companies – this month an article about increased levels of ‘Greater’ Chinese investment…
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