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China State Firms Buying US Companies Urged to be Banned by Panel

A congressional panel charged with monitoring security and trade links between Washington and Beijing said that U.S. lawmakers should take action to ban China’s state-owned firms from acquiring U.S. companies.   The Chinese Communist Party has used state-backed enterprises as the...

Will unconditional basic income save humanity from rise of robots?

The United Nations published a new report. According to the paper, more than 65% of workforce in developed countries will lose their jobs due to accelerating technology development during the next few years. Workers will simply be replaced by robots and computerized systems. The report notes that...

Last chance for OPEC

OPEC members are focused on a common goal to limit oil production, as the deadline, in which oil producers must outline conditions of the deal, is rapidly approaching, reports Bloomberg. Recall that final terms to limit the production should be prepared for the OPEC meeting in Vienna on 30...

Plans for Europe's Next Populist Surge Being Made by Investors

Investment funds are trying to get a handle on the policy plans of the anti-establishment party with the populists’ efforts to topple Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi gaining traction. Potentially triggering an election in early 2017, surveys signal opponents spearheaded by Five Star could...

Bond Market Wacked for $1 trillion Loss by ‘Trump Thump’

As bets on faster U.S. growth and inflation lead investors to favor stocks over bonds, the long-awaited end to the more than 30-year-old bull run in bonds could be marked by Donald Trump's stunning victory for the White House.   Noting the worst rout in nearly 1-1/2 years, on bets that plans...

Global Sovereign Credit Outlook Turns Pessimistic According To Moody’s

Moody's Investors Service has said very recently that amid expectations for low economic growth and high public-sector debt in the global economy as a whole, the outlook for global sovereign ratings is negative possibly until 2018.   Moody’s said that the largest proportion since late 2012...

As Brexit Tariffs Tallied, U.K. Sees $82 Billion Investment Hit

With more than 40 percent of large companies scaling back, according to a new survey, since the vote to leave the European Union U.K. businesses have delayed or canceled investments worth 65.5 billion pounds ($82 billion).   According to the study published Monday by the Centre for Economics...

World prices for food rise by 9.1%

In October, the world prices for food products, particularly for sugar and dairy products, increased by 0.7% MoM and 9.1% YoY, as follow from the data of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). This is good news for farmers, who have recently experienced problems due to...

In the Week Ahead, Markets will Adjust to the New Investing Order

All be it with a very new perspective, markets get back to the business of watching the Federal Reserve  after a historic week.   Wall Street expectations, not only regarding who would lead the country, but the market's reaction to that leader were defied by Donald...

Analysts Warn a Bigger Risk than Donald Trump is Italian Referendum

Global stocks have made a comeback and have been rallying since falling sharply following Donald Trump's victory in the United States presidential elections which initially sent shockwaves through markets around the world. Some analysts simply feel that investors will wait and watch for clues from...
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