Commodities

Here’s How Oil Could Crash To $10 – In 6 To 8 Years

Russia’s Finance Minister Anton Siluanov has revealed that after the global crude oil meltdown, Kremlin is ready for reality. As one of the world’s largest producers of crude oil, Russia was badly hit when the oil prices plunged in 2014. Russian ruble lost more than 120% against the American dollar in July 2014 alone. And […]

... written on Oct 16 2017

Challenging The US Dollar – Soon, China Will Buy Saudi’s Oil Only In Yuan

United States can get most of what it wanted, including intimidating and bullying anyone in the world, partly because of its almighty U.S. dollar. It’s a known fact that the U.S. is broke. America is the world’s biggest debtor nation – owing more than US$20.37 trillion – and climbing. Whenever they run out of money, […]

... written on Oct 12 2017

Finally, Saudi Women Can Drive – Only Because They’re Needed To Boost Economy

Soon, the jokes about Saudi Arabia being the only country on planet Earth where women were forbidden from getting behind the wheel of a car will be a thing of the past. For as long as one can remember, women in the kingdom have been discriminated and oppressed by the Saudi government and treated like […]

... written on Sep 27 2017

North Korea’s 10 Clever Tactics To Evade Economic Sanctions

Something is terribly wrong with the way economic sanctions are being slapped on North Korea. When it comes to dealing with North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, international community especially the United Nations and the United States hope sanctions are a useful tool to bring Kim Jong-un to his knees. However, the reverse is true and now the world is […]

... written on Sep 19 2017

The Dragon Has Landed – China Kick-Off Defence Triangle Via ECRL Malaysia

After launching MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) and bragged that the train system was a gift to the people of Malaysia, as if he paid the RM50 billion project from his own pocket and people could use it for free, Prime Minister Najib Razak launched another mega project – RM55 billion ECRL (East Coast Rail Link) […]

... written on Aug 11 2017

As China’s Game Of Thrones Begins, Trump Postpones Declaration Of Trade War

China’s highly secretive 19th National Congress has begun. The Middle Kingdom might be a one-party system ruled by the Chinese Communist Party. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t any political power struggle within the powerful Chinese party. Nobody knows for sure who gets promoted and who doesn’t. The process of leadership change in China is […]

... written on Aug 04 2017

Putin Retaliates – Kicks Out U.S. Diplomats, Seizes Properties … EU Supports Russia

President Vladimir Putin had tried everything in his power to become United States’ friend. He even refused to retaliate after former President Barack Obama slapped sanctions on Russia last December 2016 over unproven allegations that the Russian president personally directed covert cyber attacks against the U.S. electoral system, resulting in Hillary Clinton’s shocking defeat.   […]

... written on Jul 28 2017

Invasion Of Southeast Asia – Amazon Launched “Prime Now” In Singapore

Singaporeans saw the invasion of a service on Wednesday night (July 26, 2017) which could give local delivery services such as FairPrice Online and RedMart a run for their money. After tons of rumours flying around, Amazon has finally launched its “Prime Now” in the tiny nation of Singapore, its first foray into Southeast Asia. […]

... written on Jul 27 2017

The Magic Number 2020 – Oil Price Will Be Stuck Below $60 Until Then

When Mahathir Mohamad launched his Vision 2020 in 1991 – 26 years ago – it was really a big deal to everybody. Very few people understood the real meaning of the vision. They thought it had to do with eyesight as having “20/20 vision” means an individual’s eyesight is normal. So some people actually thought […]

... written on Jul 25 2017

Show Of Power – Vietnam Stops Drilling After China Threatened To Attack

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte revealed 2 months ago that Chinese counterpart China Xi Jinping had warned him there would be “war” if Manila tried to enforce an arbitration ruling and drill for oil in a disputed part of the South China Sea. He was, of course, referring to Hague’s award which granted Philippine sovereign rights […]

... written on Jul 24 2017









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