Saturday, December 15, 2018
Can political chaos coexist with economic success? We know that political paralysis does not seem to matter much, at least in the short run. Look at Germany. It has just had six months with only a caretaker government and...
“The British economy has reached a turning point,” declared Chancellor Philip Hammond, delivering his Spring Statement. Has it? Should we prepare for a glorious leap into the land of milk and honey after 11 straight months of falling real wages...
Getting hired seemed like the tough part. Then Maho Nishioka showed up for her new job at a Japanese construction site. The workers she supervised refused to talk to her and ignored her instructions. Once, an angry client stopped her...
Savills has posted a strong set of results for 2017, but has also cautioned that this year will be a challenging one, citing heightened market uncertainty, geopolitical risks and rising interest rates. The estate agent on Thursday reported a 3.5...
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Northern Ireland’s economy is expected to grow less than all other regions in the UK next year due to a combination of slowing consumer spending and weak employment prospects. The region’s growth will fall to 1 per cent this year,...
This will be a week where interest rates and currencies will climb to the front, though politics retains the capacity to surprise us all. For a start there will be another rise in US interest rates after the Federal Reserve...
Dan Bilzerian possui tudo que um jovem saudável poderia sonhar e ele sabe como chamar atenção com isso. No Twitter, ele alcançou 270 mil seguidores, no Facebook conseguiu 1.3 mil seguidores e no Instagram esse número chega a 23...
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