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The Bottom Line For NAFTA And Free Trade In North America

The Bottom Line For NAFTA And Free Trade In North America

The North American Free Trade Agreement known as NAFTA, unites the three largest economies on the continent. The trade pact between Canada, Mexico and the United States went into effect as of 1994. In recent times, 14% of world trade takes place inside this trading zone. There has been a great deal of controversy recently, over the benefits and the negatives of this crucial treaty, especially in the United States. Economic analysis at this point, has indicated a small overall gain in […]

Future Of France And European Union To Be Determined In Upcoming Presidential Elections

Future Of France And European Union To Be Determined In Upcoming Presidential Elections

It seems every year brings a new threat to the survival of the European Union and in particular, the Eurozone. Last year it was the decision of voters in the United Kingdom to leave the former in a referendum, that has become known as the Brexit. In 2017, it will be the presidential elections in France, that will determine if the European Union and the common currency zone will endure intact. Political pundits in France and elsewhere, will argue that recent polls […]

Chancellor Merkel Reigns Supreme In Germany And In Europe

Chancellor Merkel Reigns Supreme In Germany And In Europe

Angela Merkel has been Chancellor of Germany since 2005. In September of 2017, she will run for her fourth term. Despite a number of unpopular political decisions in the past few years, she has made herself an indispensable leader for her party and Germany. Her steadfast perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing her country and Europe, have only added to her almost unassailable political position. Mrs. Merkel became the political head of the Christian Democratic Union (CSU) in 1998. […]

Pakistan: A Nation Unwilling To Fully Let Go Of A Troubled Past

Pakistan: A Nation Unwilling To Fully Let Go Of A Troubled Past

Pakistan this week has for the first time successfully test fired its surface to surface missile, that will be capable of carrying multiple nuclear warheads. The demonstration reminds neighboring countries and the world community at large, what a dangerous place South Asia remains. From the founding of the nation in the middle of the 20th century, an enormous amount of money has been spent on defense. Pakistan is the second most populated country in the Muslim world, after Indonesia. It has grown […]

The Political Genius Of Trump Starts With The Mexican And United States Border

The Political Genius Of Trump Starts With The Mexican And United States Border

The rumblings of trouble between Mexico and the United States already began before Donald Trump even won the Republican primary. His populist tone was resonating loudly across the regions of the United States, that had least benefited from the new economy over the past few decades. The hollowing out of traditional American manufacturing, had created a new constituency that would soon alter the domestic political landscape. Mr. Trump’s bombastic rhetoric played well in the old industrial towns of the Midwest, where the […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 3

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 3

The big investment news for the week is the end in the upward movement for the indices in the United States. The surge caused by the election of Donald Trump has now leveled off and remains just below 20,000. Mr. Trump was inaugurated as the 45th President on the United States on January 20th. The feeling among investors is that President Trump will begin the roll back on business regulations almost immediately upon assuming office. However, the lack of specifics has kept […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 2

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 2

The big investment news for the week is the end in the upward movement for the indices in the United States. The surge caused by the election of Donald Trump has now leveled off and remains just below 20,000. Markets in Asia and Europe had also been at or near new highs. Growth in these exchanges are slowing as well. The other investment news is the beginning of reporting for the 4th quarter corporate sector in the United States. The financial sector […]

Independence For Catalonia, Can Spain Survive?

Independence For Catalonia, Can Spain Survive?

The European Union has sustained a number of crises over the past decade. The financial crisis of 2008 and 2009 and the resulting recession were the first two blows. This was followed by the debt crisis in the ensuing years. The economic slowdown overwhelmed a number of countries, that had been used to heavy government outlays, that had been funded mostly through deficit spending. The next issue that strained the fabric of the Union, was the massive surge in migration to Europe […]

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 1

Weekly Market Review & Target Fills January Week 1

The big news for the week is the price level of world stock exchanges. They are now at their highest point since mid-2015. Stronger economic data from China and the United States, is fueling higher global growth and inflation. Little reported, was the release of data by the Institute for International Finance concerning global debt. Government debt rose sharply this past year and debt is now 325% of the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of the world. As a result, global interest rates […]

The Fracturing European Union: Returning Schism Between Eastern and Western Europe

The Fracturing European Union:  Returning Schism Between Eastern and Western Europe

At the beginning of the 21st century, the European Union (EU) was expanding to encompass a much larger share of the continent than had previously been envisioned. The borders of the EU were moved eastward from central Europe to the borders of the former Soviet Union. In fact, three former Soviet Republics, Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, collectively known as the Baltic Republics, would become part of the EU as well. The push to the east, began with the reunification of Germany in […]

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