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June 19, 2016 Four Key Market Charts To See Before MondaySource: Forbes
After a shaky few days for markets last week, we went into the weekend with some relative calm on Friday. This coming week the UK vote on leaving or staying in the European Union will dominate the market focus
Source: Telegrapg (UK)
The British public is increasingly isolationist in outlook despite Britain’s long history of empire and influence in the post-War global order, a new survey of Europe has found.
Source: Washington Post
The Internal Revenue Service has been so slow to adapt to the emerging peer-to-peer economy that billions of dollars in taxable income a year are probably going unreported, according to a study being delivered to Congress this...
May 20, 2016 How Americans define the sharing economySource: Pew Research
Even though stories about services like Uber and Airbnb have put the “sharing economy” in the news, just 27% of Americans have ever heard of the term before, according to Pew Research Center’s recent survey of the new digital...
Source: UN Centre
With little prospects for a turnaround in 2016, growth in the world economy remains weak, posing a challenge to the implementation of development targets, a new United Nations report released today has found.
Companies and entrepreneurs looking to spread their tendrils throughout the world step into a very complex and risky game. Doing business in one country is not necessarily the same as doing business in another.
Source: Washington Post
The latest glimpse at the ongoing environmental effects of the disaster came in a new report by the conservation and advocacy group Oceana, which compiled the findings of a broad range of studies — primarily from the past two...
April 25, 2016 IMF and the global economic outlookSource: Express Tribune
The World Economic Outlook has acknowledged that although global recovery continues, it does so at a slow and increasingly fragile pace
April 13, 2016 Public believes executive compensation needs cuttingSource: Benefits Pro
CEOs and directors don’t necessarily agree on how to evaluate executive performance. Their opinion differs substantially from the public, and that can introduce risk into the equation.
Source: Daily Caller
Obamacare enrollees have a high rate of certain serious illnesses, use more medical services and have higher medical costs according to a report released by health-insurance giant Blue Cross Blue Shield Association late Tuesday...
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