“If you've got a dollar and you spend 29 cents on a loaf of bread, you've got 71 cents left; But if you've got seventeen grand and you spend 29 cents on a loaf of bread, you've still got seventeen grand. There's a math lesson for you.” ―Steve Martin
Several high profile corporate tax inversion deals have sparked recent media and public attention. The United States government is up in arms, leaving the American people to wonder, “Is corporate tax inversion un-American, or just smart business?” Rebecca Murphy takes a closer look.
Building on the encryption and cryptography that allow assets to be exchanged securely and discretely the Blockchain is an evolutionary banking system. J. Bradley Hall explains why it is where the magic is.
We have to accept the fact that the financial powers that be – the IMF, World Bank, Bank for International Settlements (BIS), assorted central banks, and your local government – are ready to rob you reveals Paul Rosenberg.
2015 has been a lesson — don’t try to forecast the future of the rouble. Yet it is possible to find some patterns, enabling a general prediction. Here, Dmitry Miroshnichenko of Moscow's Higher School of Economics National Research University looks for some answers.
As the United States came online with enhanced shale production, deemed an explosion of new supply opportunity, the world watched and so did the markets. Lindsay Hall reports on the glut of crude and the impact of swing from the UAE.
Sounds like a sexy high-risk international crime, but really just means that when there are two prices for one thing a clever person with adequate transportation can create a little money making loop. Bianca Fernet gives us a good look into the blue dollar/black market in Argentina.
A bull market in the US dollar is underway and its magnitude and duration is likely to catch everyone by surprise. I believe it isn't out of the question for the USD index to advance by at least 50% within the next 5 years.