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U.S. Plunges Into Recession – But Biden Govt Scramble To Redefine Recession To Create Illusion There Isn’t Any Recession

Officially, the National Bureau of Economic Research says a “technical recession” has hit the United States. The world’s largest economy had already declined by 1.6% in the first quarter – January to March, 2022. Now, the latest data unleashed on Thursday (July 28) shows the country’s economy contracted for the second straight quarter from April […]

... written on Jul 29 2022

The Economic And Lifestyle Benefits Of Citizenship By Investment

Citizenship by investment programs has become increasingly popular in recent years, as they offer a number of economic and lifestyle benefits to participants. Such programs typically involve making an investment in the country’s economy in exchange for citizenship, which can then provide access to a number of advantages, including visa-free travel, tax benefits, and the […]

... written on Jul 27 2022

Oil-Rich Saudi Doubles Import Of Russian Oil – How Crown Prince & Putin Play The U.S. And Europe Like A Fool

Joe Biden’s fist bump with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, popularly known as MBS, was such a disaster that the U.S. president probably wished he hadn’t made the trip to the Middle East. It was a trap from the beginning to not only humiliates the most powerful man on planet Earth, but also to […]

... written on Jul 23 2022

Are Precious Metals Worth Investing In?

Paying attention to the news these days is a chore all on its own.  The number of doomsayers and prophets predicting the doom of the world and a huge economic crash upcoming is concerning, to say the least.  Sadly, there seems to be some credibility to these worries.   Why do I say that?  Well, […]

... written on Jul 22 2022

U.S. Tech War On China Backfires – How Sanctions Boosting China Chipmaking Industry To Become Self-Sufficient

When Donald Trump first started a trade war, followed by a tech war to bring China down to its knees, the writing was on the wall that the great United States was extremely worried about the rise of the Chinese. Trump had used allegations of Chinese state-sponsored “intellectual property (IP) theft” as justification to trigger a […]

... written on Jul 18 2022

Printing RM1.9 Trillion – Why Ringgit Could Breach 4.50 And Plunge Into A Free Fall As Investors Continue To Lose Confidence

Ringgit does not seem to be in a good position. The Malaysia currency is trading at more than 4.43 to a dollar – the lowest for the year, having plunged from 4.16 in January 1. Technically, its resistance is 4.50 – less than RM0.07 away. The last time the currency was trading at this low […]

... written on Jul 13 2022

Clueless PM Sabri Wasting Money Again – With Turkey’s Economy In Crisis, It Has No Money To Invest In Malaysia

Since taking over in August last year as Malaysia prime minister, Ismail Sabri Yaakob had made overseas trips a whopping 11 times. That’s about one trip every month since the unelected backdoor premier replaced former PM Muhyiddin Yassin, who was forced to resign after just 17 months in the corridors of power – toppled by […]

... written on Jul 06 2022

HFM Expands Offering By Adding Physical Stocks

Global multi-asset broker HFM has announced that it has expanded its wide-ranging product offering to include physical stocks. This new addition offers the company’s clients the opportunity to invest in more than 2,000 physical stocks with zero commission and own high-value stocks.   With this new trading option, HFM clients will be able to also […]

... written on Jul 06 2022

EU Anxiously Waiting For Trade Talks With China – But Beijing Appears Not Interested And Doesn’t Care

When the U.S. sneezes, the world catches a cold. However, with China’s economic rise, the world could also catch a cold when China sneezes. The world quickly learns the impact of China shutdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Negative global spillover from falling industrial and manufacturing activity in China could trigger retrenchment, inflation or even recession.   Since […]

... written on Jul 04 2022

$600 Billion vs. $4 Trillion – Why G7’s Half-Baked PGII Is Too Little Too Late To Counter China’s BRI

G7 or the Group of Seven is an organization of the world’s seven largest so-called “advanced” economies, which dominate global trade and the international financial system. Comprising Germany, France, Italy, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada and of course, the United States of America, the G7 used to be G8 when Russia joined the club in 1998.   However, the […]

... written on Jun 29 2022









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