The glaring reality is it’s the Americans who are driving horses and coaches of interference through their supposed allies, who are evidently vassals.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in my twenty plus years of market-watching it is that markets hate uncertainty. Uncertainty breeds volatility and volatility usually prefaces a panic.
Patience is starting to wear very thin for the Trump clown circus act that passes for a Superpower Government, Matthew Jamison writes.
Meng’s arrest shreds the trade war truce agreed to by Trump and Xi in Buenos Aires. Making matters worse, Trump was dining with Xi at the very same time that Meng was arrested in Canada.
Qatar’s decision is unconnected to the feud triggered by Saudi Arabia against the small emirate. However, it is evident that a host of factors has led to this historic decision.
US infrastructure is rotting; and, while every recent US President has promised to reverse that decline, none has done anything significant to repair this nation’s rotting infrastructure — it has always been just talk...
The economies of Russia and China are far more complementary than is assumed in the West. A great deal more investment on both sides would be required to take proper advantage of that potential, but the resources and political will...
It is high time to pull back the curtain on Google to ascertain whether or not it is playing fair and square with the American people.