Marcio Alaor BMG on Australia Economy and IPO performance of Automakers

Marcio Alaor is one of the executive members of Banco BMG of BMG Group, a financial institution based in Brazil. The bank is the major Brazilian football sponsor, also operating in vehicle financing and personal loans. It provides consignment loans to member companies, military personnel, federal and state civil servants, pensioners and retirees at a discount.
Marcio Alaor Explains Why the Economy of Australia is an Exception in Economic Crisis
Marcio Alaor says that Australia is one of the isolated cases as far as global economic stability is concerned. While most developed countries are trying hard to recover after the crisis experienced in 2008, Australia economy continues to grow. In the third quarter of 2015, it grew by 2.5%, which Marcio says is a factor indicating that Australia closed the year with no recessions for the 25th consecutive time. The reason for this, according to Marcio, is because the county happens to be a major commodities exporter, ranging from large scale goods such as whet and soybeans to mineral commodities including aluminum and iron. He says that this served as a stimulus for the country’s economy.
Marcio Alaor continues and says that Australia stood out compared to other developed countries by implementing various measures aimed at stimulating the growth of the country. He goes ahead and cites the fact that Wayne Swan, the Minister of Finance in Australia, has received a lot of international recognition, especially in 2011 when he was featured in Euromoney magazine. The minister implemented various measures, making necessary adjustments in time.
Marcio Alaor Analyzes the Performance of Automakers
With the automakers attracting more investors in today’s stock market, the executive officer of Banco BMG, Marcio Alaor, decides to air his views on this matter. He says that one of the first companies to go public was General Motors, which completed 100 years in IPO and currently has about 53.52 billion dollars of market. In 1956, Ford then followed, offering its first IPO which was one of the biggest at that time. Through this process, the companies became corporations, with their IPOs being used to raise capital investment and funds to enable monetization of their investments. According to Alaor, these days, automakers are seeing increase in stocks such as Ferrari, which reported a 5 percent increase and 10 billion dollars in market. Other companies that also performed include Flat Chrysler Automobilist, Daimler, BMW, Renault, Volvo, and Peugeot.
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