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By Guest Author On Monday, May 6th, 2019
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Economic Expectancy Remains Low Despite Better Chinese Exports

Although financial markets are not pricing in any negative outcome at the present time, with live stock trading favored by the positive risk mood, 2019 could be tumultuous year due to several ongoing risk factors More...

By Brandon Jones On Saturday, September 29th, 2018
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How the Trade War Between U.S. and China Changes The Global Economy

Donald trump, America president, initiates a trade war will profoundly reshape the global economy. It is necessary to make preparation for it. The brief analysis of the power of change caused by the trade war and More...

By Guest Author On Monday, May 14th, 2018
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Cryptoeconomics as Evolution of the Financial System, and Educational Seminars on This Topic

Does the future of particular countries or even the whole world lie in cryptoeconomics? Some crypto clubs conduct educational seminars on this topic. At such seminars, you will not just get acquainted with the world More...

By Guest Author On Wednesday, April 4th, 2018
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The importance of multinational companies in Switzerland

Part of the great success of the “Swiss business model” is represented by the multinational companies in Switzerland which in turn benefit from ideal framework conditions for the economy. These conditions More...

By Robert Herriman On Monday, April 1st, 2013
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Ron Paul: ‘The situation in Cyprus should be both a lesson and a warning to the United States’

Former Texas Congressman Ron Paul said today that the situation in Cyprus should serve as a lesson for Americans and asks, “How long before bureaucrat and banker try that here?”, according to a Texas More...

By deskofbrian On Saturday, October 23rd, 2010
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G20 agrees to avoid currency war, settles IMF reform

The Group of 20 (G20) nations reached a dramatic deal on Saturday as China, the United States agree to avoid “currency war” and to refrain from having too much trade surplus or deficit. They also settled on More...

By Robert Herriman On Monday, October 11th, 2010
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Federal Reserve vice chair Janet Yellen: ‘Low interest rates can contribute to financial bubbles’

Low interest rates can contribute to financial bubbles even if they are not a primary culprit, Janet Yellen said in her first speech as vice chair of the Federal Reserve. photo/donkey hotey Just as the concern rises More...


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