Clinton ... was already taking care of state business while Trump was still working on earning his reputation as a shrill eccentric in New York real estate.
<i>On Monday, the first U.S. presidential debate between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump will act as a short-term catalyst in the direction Wall Street will take.</i>
So far, Wall Street has favored a Hillary Clinton victory, based on the fact that she is a well-known [Read more]
<i>Young, audacious, and sometimes unscrupulous, these traders in "short trousers" are the media’s new darlings who dream of becoming the new Soros.</i>
Manuel E. Jesus, 19, was fined $1.5 million by the Securities and Exchange Commission which regulates American financial markets for having embellished the [Read more]
In the last years of his presidency, Barack Obama has clearly displayed an unhealthy obsession with Russia. Any speech that has even a little bit to do with international relations without fail includes a reference to Russia, Moscow and Putin.
During his speech at the U.N. General Assembly, the U.S. president [Read more]
Nothing and nobody will stop the flow of migrants, who, in one way or another, would try to circumvent this vast and useless work if it were built.
Many Muslims have had little interest in American politics up to now ... That has changed with Trump.
Why does the possibility of Hillary Clinton being replaced change nothing? Because this would be just one possible outcome of an inevitably bad scenario.
What bad (devastating, really) scenario are we talking about? The Democrats are now in a situation where an unhappy ending is expected, and where practically every [Read more]
The TTIP has become a major catalyst for discontent resulting from globalization.
"Today, a nation ringed by walls would only imprison itself.”
We can safely say that, for a 1930s fascist, Donald Trump would seem more like a corrupt capitalist with a gigantic ego who barely has a guiding principle.