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Ad spends could return to 2019 level this year: Madison

Financial Express

18/02/2021 - 05:07

Sporting events such as IPL 2021, Asia Cup, ICC T20 World Cup and the Tokyo Olympics are expected to drive television ad spends


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    A host of govt measures saw construction touch a record level in FY21, with the numbers expected to improve further in the ongoing financial year
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  47. Macau gaming revenue improves again but still down 64% from 2019 level (03/05/2021 - Seeking Alpha)

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  48. Housing sales this year may touch 2019-level if pandemic remains under control: CREDAI (07/04/2021 - Financial Express)
    Addressing a virtual press conference, CREDAI National President Harsh Vardhan Patodia said housing sales increased during the January-March quarter of 2021 and hoped that the trend will continue over the next nine months.
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  49. You should be happy about an interest rate increase! (05/05/2021 - Reddit Stocks)
    As soon as someone from the FED or the Treasury comments on the topic of interest rates and inflation, all hell breaks loose here on Reddit. People are asking why the market is losing so much and others are writing "stay strong" messages. You have to remember that interest rates in the US are at an unhealthy low level. Look around the world: Japan has had zero interest rates for decades, Europe for about ten years. And that's not going to change there anytime soon. Italy and other southern European countries have immense mountains of debt, and the ECB cannot raise taxes under these circumstances. The average person in Europe still tends to have his money invested in bonds or in a savings account, and his money is worth 2% less there every year thanks to inflation. Zero interest rates are robbery! The states in Europe deleverage themselves for 10 years at the expense of their citizens. At the moment it looks like zero interest rates are a one-way street. The U.S. should return to a normal interest rate level as soon as possible to avoid such conditions. Even if you have to accept that the market will drop 10% (if you are somewhat diversified).   submitted by   /u/GordonGekkoVienna [link]   [comments]
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