• February 23, 2020
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Deal With Mexico Over New NAFTA Announced

News coming from Washington D.C. today indicates that a new agreement has been reached between the U.S. and Mexico. On a rewrite to the existing NAFTA, (North American Free Trade Agreement), deal. That contemplates a flow of goods on both sides of the border that bring jobs and money to both countries. It’s said that […]

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Is Greece Finally Bouncing Back?

Since 2008 the Greek economy and it’s people have endured an economic and social crisis that grabbed world headlines. Now basically a decade after the first signs of hardship it would seem Greece is leaving hardship behind. As its economy is finally slowly, but steadily climbing upward. Despite the “good news” the damage that this […]

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Turkey Hits U.S. Goods With Massive Tariffs

The Turkey-US relationship has reached a new low point! As the Turkish economy continues its downward spiral hitting record lows they are set to retaliate U.S. tariffs. Turkey plans to hit U.S. cars with 120% extra tariffs, effectively dropping all U.S. cars out of market value. It was highly unlikely that anyone in Turkey was […]

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Turkish Lira Downfall Fuels Cryptocurrency Rise

Turkey’s financial woes continue as the U.S. sanctions have hit the country’s economy hard. In the last couple days, the Turkish lira has reached an all-time low trading at 7 per 1 dollar. The economic situation in Turkey has sparked gains in other aspects. It seems that people are taking their Turkish liras and turning […]

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Tariffs on Turkey Over A Pastor Send Economy On Downward Spiral

President Trump has announced today that new tariffs will be imposed on Turkey. The products that are being specifically targeted are steel and aluminum. Aluminum will have a 20% tax on it and steel will have a 50% tax added on. This has obviously caused the Turkish lira to drop drastically. At one point in […]

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Apple Could Be Key To China Trade Talks

Apple could be the key to solving the China-US trade puzzle. An article in one of China’s state-backed papers suggested that Apple could owe China more than it gives back. The company, in the locals’ eyes, has benefited widely from cheap Chinese labor. Valued at nearly one trillion dollars, Apple is a widely popular brand in […]

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Analysts Miss High On The Number of Jobs Created in July

There are a lot of mixed feelings in financial newsrooms today. The numbers are in and the economy and job market continues to climb. The problem is that the rates are not as high as was initially predicted. It’s a paradox though. You can either look at the glass as half empty or half full, […]

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Trump Amending Obama Era Blunder In Cars

The Trump Administration continues to fulfill its campaign-era promises now seeking to amend many of the wrongs inherited from the Obama days! The administration on Thursday announced plans to freeze fuel economy standards. In simple terms the situation stands as follows: In the Obama plan, with measures set to take effect in 2020, automakers had […]

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Increasing Tariffs on China a Possibility?

A lot has been said in the past couple of days regarding the ongoing trade tension. Mainly between China and the United States. It has been the only country with which the U.S. has had issues that hasn’t folded. Yesterday we presented the U.S. “Plan B” if negotiations don’t take a faster pace. The idea […]

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Trudeau Neither Green nor Friendly To Women?

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau may be in hot water in the coming months. He isn’t due to stand for reelection until 2019 yet his popularity, once unquestioned in our neighboring country, now seems to be slipping. He has come under fire for numerous scandals just in the past week. First, he had an unfortunate […]

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