[I]t is still a fact that, while Trump's economic policies favor the rejuvenation of the economy, his exchange rate policies favor the appearance of sporadic tremors in the financial climate.
In the current state, the global economy faces new risks, and the China-U.S. relationship is filled with uncertainty.
But unfair or not, disenchantment with the establishment is real and troubling, and like the presidential race, it ain’t over till it’s over.
If the American economy appears today as a guarantee of relative stability, it is because Barack Obama was able to inspire a wind of optimism that has in part reinvented the country.
What role did the Obama administration play in the U.S. economy’s triumphant return — the very same economy that almost destroyed global financial systems just five years ago?
The Brooklyn Nets basketball team is up for sale. From summer until October of last year, the press had been writing that the team’s owner Mikhail Prokhorov was ready to part with some of his shares in the team, yet retain control. Now, representatives of the billionaire actually confirm that he is prepared to sell [Read more]