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One sector that's taken a serious beating lately is energy. It seems there's big concern from investors each time there's a drop in the price of oil. Many believe they should just stay away from energy companies.
There’s a letter to world leaders from a group of leading economists which insists that tax havens serve no useful economic purpose and thus everything should be done to close such tax havens down
Source: American Enterprise Institute
My Eurosceptic bona fides run deep. I wrote my first diatribe against the EU in my teenage years. When I was in university, I interned for the office of the President of the Czech Republic, Václav Klaus – yes, the one who...
Source: Huff Business
The reason for all the attention is that this share of capitalism could possibly add up to something significant, by some reports an average of $150,000 per worker or in the neighborhood of a million dollars for workers with long...
Source: Telegraph UK
I pity the poor reader trying to get a sense of what is happening to the world economy – and hence to prospects for their incomes, jobs, businesses and investments – by following the gyrations of the economic data reported in the...
A coming collapse in investment returns means that people that age today will have to work seven years longer or save almost twice as much to end up with the same nest egg as those of roughly a generation ago.
April 26, 2016 The Fed Is Meeting in April to Talk About JuneSource: Bloomberg
The Fed will stand pat this week. We know it, they know it. So what then will the Fed talk about for two days?
April 25, 2016 Three Trends That Could Spell Big Trouble For Wall StreetSource: Forbes
Investors paying too close attention to the Fed and the rally it has fueled on Wall Street in the aftermath of the Great Recession have probably overlooked three trends that could spell big trouble for stocks over the long term
While China’s first-quarter growth figures pleased some analysts enough to upgrade their forecasts, George Soros was not impressed. Doubling down on his earlier comments that a hard landing for China was inevitable, he now says...
Source: CS Monitor
The technology pioneer announced a new focus that shifts its business further away from its legacy in personal computers to the fast growing cloud and 'Internet of Things' industries.
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