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A loss by Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan in general elections next month may be viewed “positively” by foreign investors and probably won’t rattle markets, according to Jim O’Neill, former chairman of Goldman Sachs Asset Management. 566 more words
By Jim O’Neill
LONDON – In late 1979, I began work on my PhD thesis, an empirical investigation of the OPEC surplus and its disposal. It was the end of a decade in which oil prices had undergone two dramatic increases, and most of the various geniuses of the day were confidently predicting that they would continue to soar, from under $40 per barrel – a historic high at that time – to above $100. 214 more words
By the Organising Team
Our series of Atelier sessions on the theme of Development was launched in May 2014 with a roundtable of guest speakers from the University of Manchester’s Institute for Development Policy and Management and the Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute. 749 more words
- Whilst emerging markets share a number of economic and demographic commonalities, their cultures are vastly different
- Flamingo’s MINT Project appears to draw upon the views of cosmopolitan youths who are, to a large extent, culturally convergent and geographically placeless… 1,302 more words
Just How tough is it to become a U.S. Navy SEAL-A true story needed to be heard again: The “No Hell Week” from Hell
Comment by Jim Campbell Citizen Journalist, Oath Keeper and Patriot.
Who are the men who make up America’s Elite Navy SEALs?
Put on your crash helmets and fasten your seat belts you are about to find out. 1,777 more words