I present the second edition of the report comparing international economy. Release directly in English to have international repercussions.
I made a few modifications. This week did not publish the prices of currencies, contribute little to the vast majority and, for speculators is a very valuable information (information that I sell jeje).
I have reduced the number of products but I have added to the comparative between countries data of Serbia. I've also added the purchasing power which is basically the fraction between wage/price of each level (+ / -), is very simple and provides an important comparison between countries or at different times without having to check various data.
Let the data.
2nd International Comparison Economic Report
1º Currency Fluctuations
First we analyze the value of the currencies of the countries analyzed. Currencies of Serbia, Poland and Lithuania remain constant and unchanging trading on 20:1. This value agrees with the price of issuance of new currency (20NAT per GOLD) so that the country emits zero interest currency. The spread of the three currency is very low almost nonexistent.
In the case of Spain after nearly two weeks around 27ESP per GOLD, the country has had financial problems and had to devalue the currency to 40, with large speculative movements on the last day.
As a curious anecdote the cases of Brazil and Italy their currencies traded around 10 well below the issue price inferring lack of currency of their countries in the market.
2º wages and prices comparison
In the case of comparative price and wage data clearly show the situation.
All countries are similar prices in Gold, wages in Spain are around 50% of Poland-Lithuania wages and in the case of Serbia 90%.
The low price of money damages to the wealth of the country's population. but in the case of buying capacity we can clearly see in the index of purchasing power that in Spain is much lower.
As a detail, Poland wins in Purchasing Power- while in Lithuania Purchasing Power+ is the higher. So the Polish take better care of their newbiies while Lithuania take better care to oldiest.
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