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How immigration helps the US economy: Report

Contrary to popular belief, immigration has benefited the US economy and had little effect on the overall wage gap and job market, according to a report by the The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. 71 more words

The Christian Science Monitor

Trump Clinton And The Forex Market

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If the Mexican peso is any indication, the foreign exchange market seems pretty sure Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton beat her opponent.

Throughout the course of the 90-minute debate which veered widely on issues ranging from Republican candidate Donald Trump’s possible failure to pay taxes to Clinton’s email server, the Mexican peso surged against the U.S. 354 more words

US Economy

Sarajevo on the Baltic

The Balkans have traditionally been an the object of the great powers’  ambitions. 1914 in Sarajevo, the heir to the Austro-Hungarian empire was assasinated. This led… 1,028 more words

Conflict Management

Why Falling Employee Tenure Could Be Good News About the U.S. Economy

Link to the full story here.

“During periods of economic growth, median tenure…could fall if more job opportunities are available for new entrants to the workforce and experienced workers have more opportunities to change employers and take better jobs,” the report said.

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Millenials

No Bull ! This Is Happening.

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Slightly away from the normal track we tend to travel down but this could be interesting.

American beef producers are expected get access to China for the first time in 13 years, raising the possibility that the U.S. 382 more words

US Economy

It's That Time Again

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It’s time for the annual ” Will they – won’t they – give us a clue ” debate, otherwise known as the Fed interest rate conundrum. 800 more words

US Economy

The World Bank’s recipe for irrelevance

Sep 21,2016 – JORDAN TIMES – Devesh Kapur

World Bank President Jim Yong Kim’s nomination for a second term is inexorably moving forward with a lack of transparency that has become all too typical.  919 more words

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