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The glorious hour of Brexit

The glorious hour of Brexit

Three years ago, with the referendum of June 23, 2016, the British people decided with a percentage of almost 52% and with 71.8% participation the exit of Great Britain from the European Union. This great result was undoubtedly the first …

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Lackluster global currency markets

Lackluster global currency markets

Investors do not seem keen in buying euro because they are worried about the political situation in Italy, the possibility of a recession in Germany, the prospect of aggressive easing from the European Central Bank and the ongoing risk of …

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Why a global recession isn’t inevitable

Why a global recession isn't inevitable

The end of this week will showcase two important events for global economic governance. First, central bankers, leading academics and representatives of international organizations from around the world will meet in Jackson Hole, Wyoming starting Thursday. Then, over the weekend, leaders …

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The World’s Most Fragile States

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Amid Brexit, the unpredictability of Trump’s presidency ongoing conflicts in Yemen and Syria and countless other factors, the world is becoming less stable and increasingly fragile. Given the situation in 2019, the results of The Fund For Peace’s Fragile State Index is …

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