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Where Is South Africa Heading In The Current Turbulent Environment?

With hospitals around the world overflowing with Coronavirus patients, South Africa appears to be one of very few high-population countries. Whilst 17,000+ seems like a lot of cases, the death statistics are by far the most accurate way to compare countries, as most deaths are tested whilst many people go on living asymptomatic with Corovarius. […]

... written on Jun 12 2020

From Terminating Trade Deal To Cancelling $1.1 Trillion Debt Owed To China – Here’re Some Of Trump’s Crazy & Dirty Ideas

Donald Trump was on his way to win re-election in November, and he was practically unstoppable. If Hillary Clinton could not beat him with both clever facts and logics 4 years ago, no Democratic candidates could defeat him this round. Since Trump was elected, the Dow Jones Industrial Average had soared by more than 50% […]

... written on May 07 2020

Beginners Guide To Understanding Crypto Trading

The world of trading often seems extremely uncertain and overwhelming as there are many factors that traders need to take into consideration. However, as a beginner, there are certain things that you should know before trading in cryptocurrencies. Trading basically explains the tactic of buying when the value is low and selling once the value […]

... written on Feb 22 2020

This Chart Shows How Coronavirus Has Turned Asia’s Best Performing Currency In 2019 To The Worst This Year

Thailand, Southeast Asia’s second-largest economy, was on cloud nine last year. Its currency – Thai Baht – was the champion not only among ASEAN countries, but also in Asia. In fact, the currency has been the best performing since 2018 (not only 2019). The currency appreciated a whopping 8% against the US dollar in 2019 […]

... written on Feb 08 2020

Phase-1 Trade Deal Signed – But Here’re The Problems Both China And The U.S. Don’t Want To Tell

After a two year trade war, the U.S. and China finally signed a trade deal, popularly known as the “Phase One”. President Donald Trump signed the deal while Vice Premier Liu He signed the agreement on behalf of China. The trade deal came at an interesting time as the House prepared to send articles of […]

... written on Jan 16 2020

A Panicked Mahathir Now Fears Trade Sanctions After India Plans To Boycott Malaysian Products

For months, Mahathir Mohamad had been enjoying himself – bashing and condemning everyone and every country he didn’t like, as if the world revolves around him. He has slammed the U.S., Hong Kong, India, Israel, Singapore and even Myanmar. In the process, he has insulted the Hindus, Chinese, Jews, Americans and practically everyone who was […]

... written on Oct 22 2019

US Shares That Failed To Impress In 2019 And What Investors Can Learn From Them

Most of the stocks had great earnings in 2019, but not the following ones. When the first-quarter of the earnings season ended, the results were great for many companies. But for some it was a weak period in terms of cash. More than 50% of the organisations in the S&P 500 reported earnings, and 75% […]

... written on Sep 20 2019

It’s Not Over Yet – Promised To Take The Necessary Countermeasure, China Could Target The U.S. Oil

Stocks dropped like a rock on Wednesday (August 14) when the DJIA (Dow Jones Industrial Average) plunged 800.49 points – worst percentage drop of the year. What happened? Apparently the bond market flashed warning of recession. The yield of 10-year Treasury note broke below the 2-year rate – a rare but reliable indicator of economic […]

... written on Aug 16 2019

Trump Blinked Again – Postponed Tariffs On $300 Billion Chinese Goods Under The Pretext Of Saving Christmas

Earlier this month, when President Donald Trump announced a new round of 10% tariffs on US$300 billion worth of Chinese imports, the remaining goods yet to be taxed, Beijing was not convinced that the U.S. would escape from the escalated trade war unscathed. Trump also overplayed his hand in the poker game when he threatened […]

... written on Aug 14 2019

Singapore Cuts Economic Growth To Almost 0% – Here’s Why Everyone Should Be Worried

Singapore has a piece of very bad news for not only its own people, but also the region, if not the world. The small island’s economy almost came to a standstill in the second quarter, thanks largely to the US-China trade war, which has gotten worse after China retaliated against Trump’s 10% new tariff on […]

... written on Aug 13 2019









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