Important Facts to Know Before Taking Legal Action as a Recourse

While we often read news of civic groups taking legal action, they do so only if they have financial support to see the case throughout the entire process. Generally, settling a dispute in court is regarded as the most effective way of resolving issues. However, due to the litigation costs involved, it is not alway […]

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Politics Can Impact The Financial Market

Financial media often add to political hype by presenting people, rumors, or events as if they were all-important for the market. Reports of politicians juggling gigantic sums, and surrounding debts, deficits, surpluses, spending, credits, and big ideas with great fanfare are stirring investor concern. In our opinion, politics does influence the market, but not in […]

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Fund-Raising Prowess of VP Hopefuls, Did It Influence Biden’s Decision?

Will fundraising abilities be a critical aspect when Joe Biden decides on his choice of Vice Presidential running mate in the forthcoming general election in November? Apparently not as much, because reports just came in that Biden chose Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Financial contributions are seen as silent indicators of real voters […]

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Experts Observed That The Hong Kong Financial Market Is Surprisingly Stable

At the moment it does not look like that investors are pulling their capital out of the city in droves. “The Hong Kong dollar has been trading on the strong side of the spectrum since April – at a rate of 7.75 Hong Kong dollars per US dollar. This means that there is a constant inflow […]

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How American Billionaires Put Their Political Agenda On The Country

In January 2015, brothers Charles and David Koch announced that they would donate nearly $ 900 million, or about € 760 million, to the 2016 US election campaign, a small injection of money for Republican Party candidates. However generous – the Koch brothers are not fans of the Republicans. On American television, older brother Charles […]

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  • Republicans Try to Shoot Down the House-Approved $2K Stimulus Check
    Senate Leader McConnell looked uneasy when he was forced to openly act out his role of being the “Senate Grim Reaper” by blocking the $2K Stimulus Check Bill. The Kentucky Senator earned the moniker and in fact relished having the power to block or refuse to call for voting nearly all important legislations proposed or […]
  • Important Facts to Know Before Taking Legal Action as a Recourse
    While we often read news of civic groups taking legal action, they do so only if they have financial support to see the case throughout the entire process. Generally, settling a dispute in court is regarded as the most effective way of resolving issues. However, due to the litigation costs involved, it is not alway […]