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US companies are moving in on a sepulchral global marketplace — but trade policy could make it some-more difficult

AP Images The global business landscape has softened over the past year, and business leaders are flourishing some-more assured about opportunities overseas. With expansion surpassing forecasts and Chinese direct finally stabilizing, 2017 promises to be the first year in vital memory that no major economy falls into recession. The JPMorgan …

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The US dollar isn’t vital up to expectations

Flickr/awcphoto One of the pivotal marketplace views at the spin of the year was that the U.S. dollar, yet already significantly overvalued, would continue to conclude in light of a changeable U.S. policy landscape. A joined Republican Congress and presidency had increasing the contingency of mercantile impulse which, joined with …

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Millennials are still spooked by the 2008 financial crisis

christine.gleason/Flickr The financial predicament that set off the Great Recession, which began in 2007, is now a decade behind us. But try revelation that to millennials. Before many of today’s 18-34-year-olds started investing, their attitudes and habits about saving income were already being shaped by the crisis. A clever infancy of millennials, 82%, …

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