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Will Canada’s Current Economic Lull Depreciate its Worldly Importance?

Canada is a remarkable world nation in many ways. With the world’s second-largest land mass, a minuscule population of 36 million (smaller than California,) a trillion dollar plus annual gross domes April 23rd, 2014

Agricultural Boom Becomes Key Export Underpinning

While America’s prices of milk, fruit, vegetables, corn products and meat are on an inflationary upward thrust, much of this recent surge is attributed to a combination of a major drought in Califor April 22nd, 2014

Japan Drops Nuclear Power, Returns to Coal

With coal teetering on the edge of extinction worldwide, engendered by the propaganda war against that cost-effective fossil fuel, but heavily beset by CO² and greenhouse gas generating resource, Jap April 21st, 2014

Keystone Pipeline Dodge Degrades both Foreign Policy and Domestic Economic Objectives

With the growing confrontation between the West and Russia reaching a boiling point, President Obama’s obvious squelching of the Keystone pipeline engenders both Russia’s leverage over an oil and April 20th, 2014

Is Presidential Leadership the Key to Unlocking America’s Unique Economic Potential?

Although America’s near 240-year history has engendered the world’s most successful economic, cultural and technological evolution in history, it has seen the balancing powers of 50 states, and th April 17th, 2014

Ideology of Governance Impacts States’ Economies

In analyzing the direction of the mighty overall U.S. economy, there is a tendency to lump the nation’s economic direction into an overall "ball of wax." But what is increasingly defying this “one April 16th, 2014

Crimea: A Russian Triumph, or Bottomless Economic Pit

When Russia took back the Crimean/Ukranian Peninsula in mid-March, a practically unknown slice of land jutting into the Black Sea, between Ukraine and mainland Russia, it became the center of world at April 15th, 2014

Will US Independent Businesses’ Growth Prevail Against Administration’s Pushback?

With the increasingly frequent executive orders emanating from the White House, much of which are inimical to the successful working of “small business,” American entrepreneurialism can be excused April 14th, 2014

Fed Speak Comes Hard to New Chair Yellen

Although the turbulence of the recent stock market roller coaster has been largely blamed on the mixed signals emanating from the new Fed Chair, updated analyses, supported by recent March 18-19 Feder April 13th, 2014

International Monetary Fund Cites U.S. Economy as Most Promising this Year

In its latest update and revision of global economic trends, the International Monetary Fund, the world organization that has financially supported the viability of needy nations since the post World April 11th, 2014

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