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Sunday, April 30, 2017

China’s Concerning Credit Gap

China’s mix of politics and economics makes it an interesting study for economists, investors, and regulators. The controlling Communist Party of China has a stronger grip on its economy than other governments which proves...

Business trip for possible deals???

Vice President Pence is currently touring Asia for a period of 10 days. Currently, Pence is in Japan where he has publicly stated that both the United States and Japan have launched bilateral talks in...

Update on Recent IPOs

By Christopher Sherman In the past few months, some big companies released their IPO’s to the stock market for trading. An IPO, which stands for “Initial Public Offering”, is the first time that a company...

Pepsi shuns Main Street in the Kendall Jenner ad debacle

By Professor Keith Murray Last week, Pepsi yanked a commercial depicting Kendall Jenner playing the part of a lighthearted protester in a march who walked over to a policeman to share her Pepsi with him. The...

Wells Fargo’s Account Trouble

Wells Fargo, a financial services company, has been dealing with a rather huge issue as of late. The issue is that a couple of its executives have been found guilty of creating fraudulent accounts. As...

A GDP Problem

China’s mix of politics and economics makes it an interesting study for economists, investors, and regulators. China’s controlling Communist Party of China has a stronger grip on its economy than other governments. This proves...

Semiconductor Warfare

Semiconductors are at the heart of everything. Billions of humans are carrying semiconductors in one form or another on them at all times, through the use of phones, laptops, and more. It has launched...

How do the 1% Invest?

Generally speaking, finance is about wealth utilization. This means bringing in many clients and using cash, debt, and other instruments to grow that wealth. In popular indices, hot tech companies, booming private equities, and...

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