25 Jul

The Rise of Central and Eastern Europe Nearshoring

More than 10 years ago, the Economist foresaw the rise of outsourcing in Central and Eastern Europe, but the report mainly concentrated on just a couple of countries, such as Russia and the Czech Republic. The fact is, nobody could predict how attractive Central and Eastern Europe would become to German and UK companies in the next couple of years. As more and more IT outsourcing locations start to emerge on the map, it looks like that nearshoring can gradually replace the widely used “offshore-onshore” outsourcing model. Read More

19 Jul

What Does Gundlach Say About Gold

About Gold

Over the weekend, the head of DoubleLine Capital and Bond Guru gave an interview, and Gundlach said what he thought about different factors such as the upcoming US elections and the fallout from Brexit. He maintained his views that gold prices will continue to rise, and that gold miners would have a probability of making 10%, if gold was bought today. He added that a gain of 10% on Treasuries is about 20%. Read More