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Bitesize: Trading your way out of debt

Simon Whitaker

Despite decades of trade deficits (spending more on foreign products than foreigners spend on UK products), the UK’s net liability with the rest of the world remains negligible.  310 more words



The monthly employment report was released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday, November
3, 2017. Provide a critical analysis of the US employment report to the BMCC community in the… 183 more words

Academic Writing

Canada: America's Attic

“History does not repeat itself, but it rhymes.”

-Not Mark Twain (According to Garson O’Toole, A.K.A. the Quote Investigator)

It might not feel like it, but the North American markets have been casually going up for almost 10 years now.

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Financial Markets

The Financial Crisis – 10 Years On

August 9th, 2007, is sometimes cited as the start of the financial crisis which has impacted on world economies for the last ten years. This was the day when BNP Paribas, a major French bank, stopped customers withdrawing money from three sub-prime mortgage investment funds, largely operating in the USA. 1,156 more words

"Rise of the Shadow Economy"

The shadow economy, perhaps known to us as the black market or the underground economy goes by many names. The first thing that comes to our mind when we hear about shadow economy is probably the illegal stuff like drug dealing and selling kidneys. 526 more words


One More Look at September Labor Market Trends: November 6 - 10

The latest Job Openings and Labor Turnover report finds hiring slowed during September. Here are the five things we learned from U.S. economic data released during the week ending November 10. 699 more words