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The word revolution is a banker’s term. It was used by the owners of the East India Company when they launched their first revolution, in England, in 1688. 1,070 more words

Holy Roman Empire

Hard Brexit and the severe risk of a recession

Sterling’s decline is the most visible effect of Brexit so far. It has shed close to 17% against the dollar since the referendum, and more than 14% to the euro as at October the 18th. 1,574 more words

World Economy

Encouraging signs of a post-recession global boom: Export Development Canada

Yeah, some people call him “crazy,” but Peter Hall figures good times are ahead for the world economy, including Canada and Saskatchewan.

No eccentric voice is this, but that of the buttoned-down chief economist of Export Development Canada, the federal agency that’s there to help Canada’s exporters. 554 more words


Fracking Impact

For decades Saudi Arabia evoked images of wealth: sheiks shopping in London, princely yachts anchored on the Riviera, and bottomless donations to politicians in Washington.  Now the reality is changing.   465 more words


Fransa: Grev Yeniden, Militan Gençlik Hareketi En Önde

YORUM: NEOLIBERALIZMin krizi aslen 1970lerden beri devam ediyor. Ama sistem 3 enstrümanla durumu hep kurtarmaya çalıştı ve buyuk krizi 2008’e dek ertelemeyi basardi. Bu 3 enstruman: 816 more words
EU Politics

3 Graphs on US Retail Sales in September: A Low Momentum

Retail sales were up in September. They increase by 0.6% after a retreat of -0.2% in August and a weak rise (0.1%) in July. On average for the quarter, retail sales are up by 2.9% after 6% during the second quarter. 263 more words

United States


France had so many indirect taxes and they were so complex, the king, being forever broke, was quite happy to farm out the tax-collecting chores to accelerate cash flow. 748 more words

Holy Roman Empire