Despite predications stating otherwise, flamboyant businessman Donald Trump has been voted to become the 45th American president. If he lives up to his word, Trump will reset a lot of how things are done in Washington.
Throughout history, the solid infrastructure of the United States has kept the American economy vibrant, and helped its families, communities, and businesses thrive. The country’s infrastructure encompasses all water mains, power lines, sewers, and city streets.
Brexit will happen! This was decided by the referendum held in Britain on June 23. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) will certainly have an effect on its future, and that of the EU and other countries that…
China has become the number one country to lose their most wealthy and intellectually elite citizens, with immigration rising over the last decade. There are some very thought-provoking reasons for this trend.
China’s gargantuan state-owned banks are sick. In fact they are so unhealthy they pose a risk to the global economy, according to one asset manager.
“It’s the economy stupid,” is a phrase attributed to a staffer from the 1992 Bill Clinton presidential campaign, but it’s maybe something that Donald Trump would like the media to mainly focus on when it comes to his speeches.
As Cameron remains in campaign mode trying to make a case to his opponents to jump on board of the “stay in the bloc” campaign, some effects of the Brexit debate are rippling through to Britain’s economic climate.
Saving for a comfortable retirement can seem like rocket science. However, with the right savings and investment strategy, it definitely isn’t impossible.
Stocks in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest closing position since September, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average falling more than 370 points.
Agrochemical giant DuPont will lay off about 1,700 employees in Delaware in early 2016, according to a memo sent to employees by DuPont CEO and Chairman Ed Breen on Tuesday, December 29.