US-China Trade War Not Likely to End Quickly Under the Biden Administration

Even if President-elect Joe Biden officially assumes office as POTUS, the trade war started by Donald Trump vs. China is not likely to end all too quickly. . While President-elect Joe Biden has plans of improving diplomatic relationships with China, economists and trade experts believe that the new POTUS will still use the U.S. tariffs […]

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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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    Maintaining a business – including a law office – starts with making an archived long-haul monetary technique and benefit model that lines up with your transient financial plans and reports, just as your drawn-out objectives. These things are basic to appropriately dealing with your law office’s accounts. While not many graduate schools show understudies how […]
  • FEC Takes Note of Republican Rep. Boebert’s Misuse of Campaign Funds for Personal Expenses
    New filings with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) reveal that Republican U.S Rep. Lauren Boebert used campaign funds in paying her utility and rent bills. Although Boebert filed a subsequent report to the FEC last Tuesday showing the Congresswoman replaced the $6,650 worth of campaign spent for personal bills it does not change the fact […]