Monthly Archives: March 2016

Why We Think We’re Better Investors Than We Are

New York: Sunday 27th March 2016 From their earliest days, the loosely confederated research efforts that came to be known as behavioral economics spawned a large quantity of studies centered on securities investment. This was not because the field’s pioneers … Continue reading

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In Donald Trump’s Worldview, America Comes First, and Everybody Else Pays

New York, Sunday 27th March, 2016 A NEW REPUBLICAN Donald J. Trump recently addressed the American Israel Public Affairs Committee. His worldview does not fit into his party’s recent history. Donald J. Trump, the Republican presidential front-runner, said that if … Continue reading

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The fight against food fraud

March 24, 2016 12:10 pm From meat to spices, is anything we eat what we think it is? The FT visits the Belfast-based Institute for Global Food Security Inside the laboratory at the Institute for Global Food Security at Queen’s … Continue reading

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The richest and poorest countries in the world

The world economy is complex, but today’s series of maps will allow you to simplify your understanding of the relative wealth of people around the globe. Global Finance Magazine recently collated data from the World Bank on Gross National Income … Continue reading

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Roger Agnelli, banking and mining executive, 1959-2016

March 20, 2016 3:22 pm Energetic chief whose decade-long tenure took Brazil’s Vale to world leadership in iron ore Roger Agnelli, who has died in a weekend air crash aged 56, oversaw the golden age of Vale, turning the Rio … Continue reading

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Denmark Ranks as Happiest Country in the World: Do all the Danes Agree?

MARCH 16, 2016 Denmark has topped the World Happiness Report every year but one since 2012. LONDON — Denmark has reclaimed its place as the world’s happiest country, while Burundi ranks as the least happy nation, according to the fourth … Continue reading

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Nuclear Power Plants Worldwide

15th March 2016 Monte Carlo, Monaco by Robert S. Stewart Most people in the world have no clue what powers their energy and supplies them with electricity to perform their normal daily tasks. This includes the supply of electricity to … Continue reading

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  London 14 March, 2016 For years the dominant narrative about the American rust belt has been one of decline and decimation — a once-thriving industrial core turned into a dystopian wasteland by the winds of free trade and persistent … Continue reading

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Tom Bower’s Biography of Tony Blair exposes the continued Practice of British Politicians who use Public Office for Private Plunder.

13 March, 2016 Monte Carlo, Monaco Tom Bower has chronicled former British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s fall from grace. Rather than a work of new research or an explanation for modern political practices amongst the power elite, it simply confirms … Continue reading

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What Minerals go into an iPhone 6?

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