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U.S. Rollbacks Business Reopening But China’s Economy Recovers – First Monthly Profit Of $82 Billion In 6 Months

Stocks drop 730 points on Friday, and the Dow Jones has every reason to be spooked. There were 45,255 new Covid-19 cases reported across the nation on Friday, bringing the total to more than 2.5 million cases, according to Johns Hopkins University data. Compared to the previous week, the average new cases as of Friday […]

... written on Jun 29 2020

How To Protect Your Savings With Gold

Investments work as an excellent option to save up money and also make it when you want to prepare for your retirement. However, some people worry about investing since they think that they may lose money in the long run and that could hurt their retirement. However, you can look into using gold to protect […]

... written on Jun 27 2020

Bad News For Economy – IMF Slashes Growth Again, U.S. Hits Record 45,000 Covid-19 Cases & Jobless Claims Continue

The IMF said on Wednesday that the global economy is worse than it had projected earlier. Hence, the International Monetary Fund slashed the world economic growth – again. Since early this year, it has given out gloomy news. It was only in January that the IMF had forecasted a global GDP (gross domestic product) expansion of […]

... written on Jun 25 2020

UMNO-Malay Crooks Stealing Chickens – Why Didn’t Najib Expose Or Charge Mahathir Families In 22 Years?

While some celebrate the open war of words between two former prime ministers – Najib Razak and Mahathir Mohamad – others have mocked Najib for being dumb. Najib should keep quiet and not throw stones in glass houses. Muhyiddin Yassin was smarter. Despite the barrage of attacks by Mahathir, the backdoor PM Muhyiddin has chosen […]

... written on Jun 24 2020

Your Guide To Investing During The COVID Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic has gripped the world in a way that no one could have imagined. The volatility it has caused in the markets is unprecedented. The markets were trying to react to, not a regional slowdown, but to a shutdown on a global scale.   Many governments, including the United States, did their part […]

... written on Jun 19 2020

Second Wave Of Covid-19 Has Begun In The U.S. – But Not Everyone Cares, And They Would Pay The Price

Donald Trump will be in Oklahoma this week. Seeking re-election in November, he has little choice but to resume his massive campaign rallies after a three-month hiccup thanks to the Coronavirus shutdown. And you can bet your last dollar that he will not be wearing any mask. As a former reality TV star, he knew […]

... written on Jun 15 2020

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

Australia Upset! – China Now Uses “Asian Discrimination” To Target Aussie’s A$38 Billion Education Industry

Australia continues to become the punching bag of China as diplomatic tensions between both countries go south after Canberra campaigned for an international inquiry into the source of Coronavirus outbreak. Beijing has mocked Australia, perceived as the U.S. “deputy sheriff” in the Asia-Pacific region, of parroting the U.S. in its call for the inquiry.   While Scott […]

... written on Jun 12 2020

The Benefits Of Taking Out A Title Loan

Getting a loan is easy for some people who have great credit and a good income. However, for those with damaged credit, a low income, and other issues, getting a loan can be extremely difficult if not impossible. With mainstream lenders, you have to meet strict criteria to be eligible for a loan, and these […]

... written on Jun 10 2020

Trump & Stock Markets Celebrate Stunning Jobs Report – But The Labour Dept Admits There’s A “Miscalculation Error”

Wall Street economists and analysts were looking at a nonfarm payrolls loss of 8.3 million for the month of May. That estimation would see an unemployment rate of 19.5% – the nation’s worst since the 1929 Great Depression. Instead, the month surprised everyone when payrolls added a whopping 2.5 million jobs, the biggest job increase […]

... written on Jun 07 2020









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