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Commentary & Opinion
February 17, 2021 Opinion - Why waning business confidence raises red flags over global economic recoverySource: South China Morning Post
t’s a worry now because the latest batch of world business confidence indicators seems to be showing signs of global economic activity starting to flag. Maybe it is a feature of the latest wave of lockdowns, or it could be...
As Washington squabbles over stimulus, the bond market is already counting on lots of fiscal spending and an economic bounce back. In an extreme case, inflation might be a risk.
Source: CNN Business
At best, the combination of the $900 billion plan passed in December, and this plan from the president-elect, can only help the economy to continue to tread water until the pandemic is under control.
January 4, 2021 Boris Johnson stood up to EU bullies and did far more than ‘get Brexit done’ — he preserved British democracy - videoSource: The Sun (UK)
Boris Johnson secures a Brexit deal preserving British democracy
Source: NY Post
Someone needs to tell these naïve bean counters that virtually all of China’s data is fabricated — even down to the number of children in school — for one simple purpose: to make Communist leaders look good.
Source: The Hill
The $900 billion stimulus package COVID-19 "relief" bill is exactly what one would expect from a dysfunctional, tone-deaf Congress: a pork-filled cluster filled with anything and everything that has nothing to do with the...
December 21, 2020 The bank stress test results are in - video onlySource: CNBC
CNBC's Leslie Picker reports on the bank stress test results
December 21, 2020 These are the 17 worst companies to work for in AmericaSource: Yahoo Finance
We’ve compiled a list of the worst-rated companies on Glassdoor, focusing on those with at least 10,000 employees and 1,000 reviews. In the case of ties, we prioritized companies that workers would be least likely to recommend to...
Lack of clarity on which economic activities truly benefit the climate is hampering capital allocation and enabling greenwashing
December 16, 2020 Sustainable development is too important for self-interest and political posturingSource: Responsible Investor
In their Green Paper Richard Barker and Robert Eccles claim to contribute, in a “neutral way”, to the ongoing debate on sustainability reporting standards and who should set them.
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