As the slide starts and the stock markets open in the red on the 1st August , it’s now time to take into consideration what it is that will save you on the floor from losing the house, the wife and the kids because you didn’t know how to deal with the stock crash that’s on its way.
There never seems to be a day that goes by without someone predicting that China is going to go down the Yangtze and end up some creek without a paddle.
Bloomberg carried out a study and it has just been published. It covers conference calls from 2004 to 2014 and it analyzes how American CEOs speak and what words they use.
RJ Reynolds has been ordered by a Florida jury this Friday to pay a total of $23.6 billion to the widow of a chain-smoker that had filed a suit against the company. It’s possibly the largest single plaintiff payout in history for a tobacco manufacturer to date.
When we look back there are a ton of things that have been said to have changed since the financial crisis wafted in like a bad smell into our lives
The world sits their looking on at China’s economy wondering how they can do it and that we can’t. But, there’s a price to pay for being economically sound and for having a growth rate that is much better than the Western world, even if there are some that say that the figures have been stir-fried in a wok.
only one thing you can say...
It ain't pretty
For a while now it has been well proven beyond a shadow of a doubt by scientific research (Cornell and California Universities) that there is a phenomenon called ‘emotional contagion’, meaning that it is possible to induce a state of either happiness or sadness in someone, by inducing that feeling and emotion without their knowledge or awareness.
There are some out there in the economic world that believe that banknotes are detrimental to the health of the economy and that they are currently stifling the recovery of the markets. Their solution: burn the damn things and let them go up in smoke. Replace them with electronic money and then the central banks around the world will be able to do more than just providing alternatives that don’t work to revamping the financial markets and boosting economic growth.