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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

When Can Boeing 737 MAX Fly Again? – It Could Take Another Year, If There Isn’t New Tragedy

Since the double crashes involving its bestselling 737 MAX, Boeing has fumbled its response, treating the disasters which killed 346 lives more like typical accidents. As the company continues to struggle to regain the trust of regulators, customers and the public, Boeing has just fired its CEO – Dennis Muilenburg. Boeing said a change in […]

... written on Dec 24 2019

FAA Calculated Boeing 737 MAX Could Crash 15 Times & Kill More Than 3,000 People – But Allowed It To Keep Flying

After Indonesian budget airline Lion Air Flight 610 crashed on Oct 29, 2018, killing 189 people, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) scrambled to investigate. The air safety regulator did nothing until a second crash involving Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302 on Mar 10, 2019, killing all 157 people on board, including passengers from 35 nations. By […]

... written on Dec 13 2019

U.S. NOPEC – Here’s The Real Threat To Saudi Aramco Stock Price That Many Didn’t Talk About

Oil giant Saudi Aramco priced its IPO (initial public offering) at 32 riyals (US$8.53) per share last Thursday, marking the biggest share listing in history – beating Alibaba’s record US$25 billion listing in 2014. In essence, Aramco will become the world’s most valuable publicly traded company. Still, the IPO fell short of Saudi Crown Prince’s […]

... written on Dec 10 2019

China No Longer Needs U.S. Parts – Huawei Mate 30 Contains Zero American Chips

As part of the ongoing trade war with China, Donald Trump thought it would be a great idea to start a tech war with the Chinese as well. It would put tremendous pressure on President Xi Jinping to negotiate and surrender to the terms to be dictated by the United States. The target – Huawei […]

... written on Dec 04 2019

5 Small Business Startup Mistakes That Have To Be Avoided

It is not as easy as people think to start a business. The very first steps taken dictate failure or success. Also, there is a huge pressure put on the shoulders of the owner that can easily lead to poor decisions. Then, we also have to factor in the fact that there is no such […]

... written on Nov 27 2019

Running A Home Business – Do You Need Insurance?

Would you find surprising to learn that 75% of businesses are underinsured? What’s more, 40% of the total of small businesses don’t have any insurance. Some entrepreneurs choose not to insure their businesses because they try to save money, but they don’t know that in the long run its lack leads to higher expenses.   […]

... written on Nov 19 2019

U.S. Stock Market Hits New Record Highs – But Farm Bankruptcies Jump To Highest Since 2011

Investors, speculators and punters were cheering as the U.S. stocks hit fresh record highs on Friday on hopes for a US-China trade deal despite mixed economic data. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) holds above 28,000 points on Monday, after the index hit the level for the first time after posting a fourth straight week of […]

... written on Nov 19 2019

Congrats Mahathir – PPBM Humiliated And Lost Tanjung Piai After Angry Chinese Taught The PM A Lesson

More than 3 weeks ago (Oct 21), FinanceTwitter had already predicted a humiliating defeat for Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad in the Tanjung Piai by-election (click here to read the article). The official result is out – opposition Barisan Nasional has beaten Pakatan Harapan with a jaw-dropping majority of 15,086 votes. Clearly, that’s a huge slap […]

... written on Nov 17 2019

Saudi Arabia Is Running Out Of Money, Badly Needs Aramco IPO – But The Company Has Extraordinary Risks

Aramco is the world’s largest oil company. It is also currently the most profitable company in the world, and based on the 2019 listing by Fortune, the company’s profitability is almost double that of Apple. As a private organization that produces about 10% of the world’s crude oil, Aramco’s revenue for the financial year 2018 was […]

... written on Nov 15 2019









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