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It seems that not a day goes by without another Brexit economic forecast - whether it is one from the Treasury, the OECD or Economists for Brexit. Some say it will cost Britain to leave; others say it will be beneficial to the UK economy.
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Which countries are the most and least welcoming to refugees around the world?
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If there is one certainty in contemporary Chinese politics, it's that any mention of the Cultural Revolution, which began half a century ago in May 1966, must always be negative.
by Lance Roberts, Clarity Financial
This past week, the markets rallied sharply from last week's lows sending the 'bulls' stampeding into the market with claims the market is back.
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27May2016 Market Update: Yellen's Speech Does Little To Move The Major Averages One Way Or The Other
Written by Steven Hansen
Econintersect's Economic Index marginally dropped into contraction. The index is at the lowest value since the end of the Great Recession. Note that an industrial output non-monetary data set used to build the index has been swapped as it became too volitile for accurate trending.