Sometimes the signs from an economy are so clear and unambiguous that it doesn’t take an economist to know that that country is in serious trouble. 1,021 more words
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Assume that the current US-Canada exchange rate is US $0.80 per C $1 (Canadian dollar, CAD). Consider the following two examples.
- An exporter in the United States sells high tech manufacturing equipment to a Canadian importer. 2,108 more words
Expatriate workers and RMG workers have contributed most to development of the country since our independence – See more at: http://www.dhakatribune.com/op-ed/2014/dec/16/fight-freedom-today
A 32-year-old Bangladeshi man – Mohammed Rafiq Tajul Islam – was shot dead by a Saudi national for a very minor mistake a couple of days back. 476 more words
The Russian ruble is a joke.
Rather, the currency’s relentless slide has made it the butt of jokes. Here’s one: What do Vladimir Putin, the oil price, and the ruble’s value against the dollar have in common? 155 more words
There has been a lot of activity in the stock market recently. Rather than put this on the top of every post I am going to summarize and then refer to these themes within each individual portfolio update. 244 more words