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  • 2y
    Marcus Sava Marcus Sava
    Very interesting article Althea! I personally think that US goverment' s recent policy against China and particulary Russia will force Russia and China to achieve their long...
    Althea Spinozzi Althea Spinozzi
    Very interesting Marcus! for sure that it is a great point, I believe that we are witnessing to a slow decline of US hegemony. And at...
    anatolyvyacheslavoil anatolyvyacheslavoil
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    John G Acher John G Acher
    "In the 11 years since 2005, the economy has never had an annual growth rate above 2.7 percent. (...) So do economists really think that 3...
    fxtime fxtime
    Good and relevant review...thx for updating. :-)
  • Article / 05 April 2017 at 14:16 GMT

    Insipid Macron not the French election answer

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Insipid Macron not the French election answer
    Emmanuel Macron looks very likely to run out victor at the second round of the French presidential election as the far-right's Marine Le Pen will not muster the support she needs, but, while markets will rejoice, the fillip is only set to be temporary.
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    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Continued...The next presidential Poll will not be until 2022...and if the Eurozone continues to find growth hard to come by, sees no real reduction in unemployment, has...
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope

    Shame the Republicans did not select Juppe'. I know he has a checkered with the unions, but his reformist approach could have been just what France needed...hmm...then...
    vanita vanita
    Thanks for great analysis👍
  • Editor’s Picks / 13 September 2016 at 5:27 GMT

    Aussie budget gets $4.8bn boost as PM wins savings

    Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s bid to rein in a budget deficit has been boosted after the main opposition backed a package of laws that will result in $A6.3 billion ($4.75 billion) of savings. Jason Scott writes the government has secured agreement from the Labor Party for its so-called omnibus bill to pass in the Senate, where the ruling Liberal-National coalition lacks a majority. A year after seizing power from Tony Abbott in a Liberal lawmaker vote, Turnbull’s political fortunes have ebbed after leading the government to a narrow victory in a July election.
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