In addition to all of its other problems, Ukraine is also at the center of an increasingly messy energy situation.
There’s a lucrative new trading “set-up” a lot of investors are using now. But unlike classic approaches, like “don’t fight the Fed,” and “the trend is your friend,” there are no rules on how to play this new game.
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I like Australia’s stock market right now. I think it provides you with a ton of upside potential.
In 1979, China implemented a one-child policy in an effort to alleviate social, economic, and environmental problems in the country.
Government officials indicate that the policy prevented over 250 million births between 1980 and 2000, and 400 million births between 1979 and 2011.
Fed up with corporate tax avoidance that keeps their fingers off of billions of dollars in potential revenue to feed their spendthrift ways each year, governments in the world’s richest economies soon hope to have a plan to do something about it.
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) will present a preliminary version of such a plan at the meeting of G20 finance minister in Moscow on July 17.
A G8 initiative intended to get corporations to invest in Africa with the goal of alleviating hunger on that continent is – surprise, surprise – not working out as planned.
When a big economy hits the shoals, there are options.
You can take a Keynesian approach. You can take a Friedmanian approach. There are Bernankes, there are Nodas , the Austrian School, the Chicago School, expansion and contraction – however a government wants to play it, whatever the ideology, there are options and precedents for getting the economy going again.
Over the last decade, Brazil has grown to become the world’s sixth largest economy by nominal GDP, a staggering feat fueled by a massive increase in its middle class ranks.