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Millennials who elected Obama will face high taxes, poverty and unemployment

My regular readers have probably noticed that I have stopped blogging about day-to-day politics, ever since the Republican primary candidates with conservative records (Cruz, Jindal, Walker) were eliminated from the GOP primary. 923 more words


Singapore's Sept exports seen down, keep pressure for stimulus

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Singapore’s exports are expected to have fallen in September due to persistent slack in the global economy and as the latest data from China showed renewed weakness in its trade sector, maintaining pressure for more stimulus in the city state. 188 more words

Money Matters

On carbon pricing, Trudeau risks repeating Obama's mistakes

In politics, compromise and cool-headedness are usually virtues, especially when facing a bitterly divided electorate. Occasionally though, a time or challenge calls for bold action that ruffles a few feathers in the short term, but pays big dividends in the long term and resounds in history. 643 more words


BOJ still has room to increase monetary stimulus

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

Japan’s central bank still has room to increase monetary stimulus and doesn’t intend to reduce its bond-buying program soon, Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said in an interview. 387 more words

Money Matters

Between Stimulus and Response There Is a Space. In That Space Is Our Power to Choose Our Response. In Our Response Lies Our Growth and Our Freedom – Viktor Frankl — The Seeds 4 Life

We are bombarded with stimuli every day. Some of these are inherently beautiful: a breathtaking sunrise, birds chirping, and rainbows after a storm. Some not-so-much: guy cuts you off on your morning commute, spilling your venti pumpkin spice latte on your white suit coat.

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Economic Revival is a Shared Responsibility

Since the Great Recession, central banks in developed nations have employed unconventional monetary policies in a desperate bid to boost inflation and growth. Today, around 35% of the world’s government debt has negative interest rates. 352 more words