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Rethinking trust – in humans

Trust is the essential currency in human interaction, it is the indispensable basis for the many unwritten contracts we enter every single day. Trust is the glue that keeps social groups together and the grease that lets these groups act, and interact, smoothly. 1,240 more words


Federal Reserve Is Out of Tools During the Next Recession, Warns Peter Schiff

Thanks to years of easy money policies, veteran market forecaster Peter Schiff thinks the Federal Reserve will be out of options to rescue the economy and stock market during the next downturn.

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Monsanto, the controversial US agrochemical company, has kicked up some fresh drama in Europe. Regulators in nations around the world have spent the last year considering the implications of three farm-industry mega-mergers, including the acquisition by Bayer, the German pharmaceutical and chemical giant, of Monsanto.

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PG Diploma in Economics

Economics education in India has not kept pace with developments in the workplace. There is a dearth of post-graduate programs which have strong theoretical foundations with applied skills necessary for a rapidly globalizing economy. 400 more words


“This Is Where The Next Financial Crisis Will Come From” – Deutsche Bank

In an extensive, must-read report published on Monday by Deutsche Bank’s Jim Reid, the credit strategist unveiled an extensive analysis of the “Next Financial Crisis”, 

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Had I Known...

Scrolling through Facebook on a Sunday morning, I first learn about so many around-town happenings that happened last week.  Events I wish I had known about before; events I wish I had attended.   350 more words

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