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Shipping Container Price Surge Will Result in Increased Prices on Consumer Goods

The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) announced that we should expect consumer prices to rise 1.5% on average over the next year due to [...]

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How to Avoid Political Conversations at Thanksgiving

Target and most major retailers in the US will close on Thanksgiving this year. However, the parking lot should still be [...]

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Market Talk – November 24, 2021

ASIA: Shares of China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd rose 11.1% to HK$3.92 on Monday, after the company said it planned to raise around $347 million in a [...]

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Is Australia Preparing Concentration Camps for the Unvaccinated?

(Picture: AAP Glen Campbell) Rumors are swirling on the internet that the Australian Army is herding the unvaccinated population into “quarantine [...]

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Thanksgiving Costs on the Rise

Expect to pay at least 14% more for this year’s Thanksgiving festivities, according to the American Farm Bureau. The bureau estimates that a feast for ten will [...]

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Schumer’s Dilemma

Chuck Schumer is up for re-election in 2022. When the confirmation of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court took place, New York Progressives who are out to change [...]

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Market Talk – November 23, 2021

  ASIA: Liu Shijin, an adviser to the People’s Bank of China and member of the monetary policy committee said China’s economy could enter a period [...]

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Biontech Staff Vaccine Hesitancy

  While the world is trying to imprison people who are not vaccinated, here Biontech owners and staff are hesitant to take the vaccine. Ugur Sahin, said in [...]

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Most Americans Will Die Penniless

It is a depressing reality, but around 73% of Americans will die with debt, according to a 2016 poll by Credit.com. The average amount of outstanding debt at the [...]

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The Gross Misunderstanding of Central Banks

Ever since 1927, when the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates in a failed attempt to help Europe, which still ended up defaulting in 1931, Keynesian economics [...]

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