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5 Things to Know About the Economy

Somalia faces numerous challenges on its quest for peace, stability, and economic prosperity. The recent drought and famine will test the country’s resilience to provide humanitarian assistance and will require help from the international community. The government’s recent policies demonstrate its strong commitment to improving the state of the country and Somalis’ livelihoods. Here are five things to know about ... Read More »

Government Asks Traders To Issue Advertisements About Price Hike Post GST

New Delhi: The government on Friday asked traders and businesses to immediately issue advertisements informing the public about increase in maximum retail price (MRP) on mass consumption products post implementation of GST. To clear pre-GST stocks, the government had earlier this week allowed use of dual stickers reflecting the new rate along side the old printed price of a product for ... Read More »

Democrats still have nothing to say about boosting the economy

Liberal writers and political operatives, now that it’s finally dawning on them that no one is going to find evidence that Donald Trump conspired with Russia to steal the presidential election, are turning to giving advice to the Democratic Party. That’s a natural, if somewhat delayed, response to an election that left the world’s oldest political party out of power in the ... Read More »

Information about macro advisers

 It’s no secret that the mobile gaming industry has landed in India and it’s taking the world by storm. The growth in the Indian market is set to bypass Russia and Brazil, landing it in the number three spot globally. Much of the growth has been attributed to the rise in the number of smartphone purchases in the country. In ... Read More »

How to Teach Your Kids About Business and Innovation

Business is a big thing for kids to learn about, but it’s necessary in today’s world. Most children grow up to have good jobs, regardless of what their parents teach them. But you can reassure their commitment to success in the business and job world by teaching them how to be innovative, creative, and dedicated. Introduce Them to Business from ... Read More »

20 Surprising Stats About the Gig Economy

More than a fourth of the U.S. is now officially part of the freelance gig economy, a recent report indicates. In the future, more and more people of all ages and ethnicity will declare their independence from the 9-to-5 daily corporate grind for the freedom, autonomy and self-determination that the freelance, gig economy lifestyle brings. So says a new report ... Read More »

20 Surprising Stats About the Gig Economy

More than a fourth of the U.S. is now officially part of the freelance gig economy, a recent report indicates. In the future, more and more people of all ages and ethnicity will declare their independence from the 9-to-5 daily corporate grind for the freedom, autonomy and self-determination that the freelance, gig economy lifestyle brings. So says a new report ... Read More »

Kushner Family Business Pitch In China Prompts Questions About Investor Visas

Nicole Kushner Meyer (third from left), the sister of White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, poses at a promotional event in Shanghai on Sunday. Albee Zhang/AFP/Getty Images Networking, connecting, pitching — it’s all routine in the business world. But a connection pitched in China over the weekend — involving ties between President Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner and a real-estate project ... Read More »

Investors are right to be concerned about the market, expert says

With the recent action in the stock and bond markets, investors are right to be a little bit concerned right now, Burns McKinney told CNBC on Friday. “Stocks are a little bit expensive across every factor, whether it’s price to sales, price to earnings … [or] market cap relative to the economy,” the chief investment officer for Allianz NFJ Investment ... Read More »

Banks are about to get a huge cash windfall thanks to Trump

Changes in banking regulations could result in a big windfall for the industry, much of which would make its way into investors’ pockets, according to a Goldman Sachs analysis. In a best-case scenario, slashed regulations would result in as much as $218 billion in excess capital which “could either be returned to shareholders or reinvested in the business,” Goldman said ... Read More »