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By Artlu Media Net Corporation
Artlu Media Net Corporation is proud to announce the release of its second major publication for 2014, “The White Swan." “The White Swan” is a philosophical fiction novel that describes a United States on the brink of economic collapse due to...
By Calmrise Publishing
Laws Of Contrition, by Valerie Thompson, is now available as a multi-format e-book at Smashwords, for reading on Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions, Kindle, and others.
By Calmrise Publishing
Laws of Contrition, by Valerie Thompson, has just been published in paperback and Kindle format
By TeleForwarding
The European Debt Crisis currently dominates the news. EU leaders fail to come up with a proper solution to this crisis. The business sector thinks its time for action and comes up with its own solutions. TeleForwarding's CEO Lasonder explains.
By Andrew Watson
Inflation has gone up within the eurozone, bringing down the possibility of an interest rate cut. Confidence has fallen, putting more pressure on the European Central Bank.
By Rory Fontaine
Oil prices were lower at the beginning of the week due to downward pressure from the EU debt crisis, lower consumption in the US and the influx of oil from Libya.
By Samantha Wagner
China's Premier Wen Jiabao said his country's expanding economy can contribute further to global growth. China is sitting on more than $3 trillion in foreign currency reserves and has already committed to investing in Greece, Spain and Portugal.
By Mitchell Clark
There’s nothing like a stream of quarterly income to make you feel better about your stock market holdings. What’s old is new again and dividends are back in style.
By Michael Lombardi
For about 50 years, the 10-year U.S. Treasury never traded below a yield of two percent. This past Thursday morning, the yield of the world’s most popular government bond hit 1.99% for the first time in more than 50 years.
By Mitchell Clark
The credit crisis in the U.S. and globally is growing by the day. It’s the same thing as being able to service a credit card with a large outstanding balance.
By Golden Networking
Public Finance Leaders Forum, "Navigating Uncharted Territories After S&P's U.S. Downgrade from its Gilt-Edged AAA Credit Rating", Conference Hosted by Golden Networking in NYC with the First Analysis of the Impact of the U.S. Credit Rating Downgrade
By Daniel Prokop
Nuclear Powered Immaturity takes no responsibility for the consequences of any actions, thinks only of immediate gratification, will never listen to anyone else & will shout down & bully anyone who disagrees. It Is selfishness on selfishness steroids
By Around the Sun Publishing, LLC
Around the Sun Publishing, LLC, has released a new music-video to celebrate President Barack Obama's 50th birthday. On August 4, 2011, President Obama will have completed 29,170,800,000 miles on his 50 trips around the sun.
By Andrew Watson
Growing optimism on a new deal for Greece brought the Euro to a 4-week high against the dollar on last week.
By Michael Lombardi, MBA
The government, if it were a business, would have been bankrupt years ago. Why? It spends money it doesn’t have. It borrows money from a bank (the Fed) that simply prints it and hands it over to a client (the government) that is insolvent.
All too often, the main stream media uses bad assumptions based on unsound economic analysis to describe what is happening. Portugal is the next victim of this flaw.

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