An In/Out Referendum takes place Thursday in Britain as voters head to the polls to decide whether or not to stay or exit the European
Category: Global Economics
Greece Economic Instability? Let’s Talk About China Instead
The real problem facing the global economy isn’t little Greece and their fits surrounding debt. It’s China, the world’s second largest economy by GDP and
Why Don’t Canadians Care About FIPA with China?
If the US tried to sign a secret deal with the Chinese the common citizen would go ballistic. In Canada, a secret agreement signed (we
Unemployment Rates Drop in the US, Canada adds More Jobs in September 2012
Surprising to some, the US unemployment rate fell to 7.8%, dropping below 8% in nearly four years. That bodes well for the OBama campaign. It
Happy New Year – 2012 Global Finances LInks
May the New Year bring a global financial picture that looks less like a roller-coaster ride at Disneyland and more like a consistent incline on
Double Dip Recession in the US? Maybe Two Instead of One?
Ritholtz on the recession. Maybe we’re not seeing a double dip, but in fact two distinct recessions. Are the periods between 2008 and September of
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