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Effect of Federal Reserve’s Tapering Still Uncertain

Effect of Federal Reserve’s Tapering Still Uncertain
As the markets enter the final month of fiscal Q1 2014, the impact of the U.S. Federal Reserve’s move to taper or reduce its monthly purchase of bonds via the Quantitative Easing program

Russia Gassed over Iranian Oil

Russia Gassed over Iranian Oil
There is a degree of cohesion regarding Iranian oil and gas because the country is subject to international sanctions, and because there are many Middle Eastern and non-Middle Eastern

The fiscal cliff is looming again

The fiscal cliff is looming again
The fiscal cliff is looming again, this time using a different and uglier legal term – sequestration – under which policymakers will soon get together to hopefully thwart the painful regression of another recession, one that is of their own making.

Playing the Waiting Game

Playing the Waiting Game
A Fair Chance to Counter “Stall and Starve” Tactics.  According to singer and songwriter Tom Petty, “The waiting is the hardest part.” Anyone who has had to endure a lawsuit

Getting the Feeling We're Falling

Getting the Feeling We're Falling
Is there a Trampoline at the Bottom of the Fiscal Cliff? The fiscal cliff is looming. The United States is facing yet another crisis, and this time it’s more than the economy

Own Nothing, Control Everything

Own Nothing, Control Everything
David Southwell's Creative Asset Protection Strategies, Inc. Teaches Clients How to Own Nothing and Control Everything

June Job Report Falls Flat

June Job Report Falls Flat
The job report for June was met with disappointment and frustration on Friday, showing only 18,000 new jobs created for the month – far below the expected number – and an unemployment rate of 9.2 percent.

Thailand Elects Female PM

Thailand Elects Female PM
Thailand made history Sunday by electing the nation’s first female prime minister in its first general election since 2007. Officials were still counting ballots when sitting prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva conceded loss to Yingluck Shinawatra.

The U.S. Debt Ceiling: How High is Too High?

The U.S. Debt Ceiling: How High is Too High?
With a facetious bill and a conspiratorial plan, Republicans in the House of Representatives put on a show of solidarity on May 31. Their proposed legislation—to raise the U.S. debt ceiling without attaching spending cuts

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