As we had long forecast, the higher central banks raise interest rates, the lower the Merger and Acquisition trend… which hit record highs at the height of the COVID War in 2021 when interest rates sank and governments pumped in countless trillions to artificially prop up sinking economies.
Tag: jul 18 2023
The value of exports from China fell 12.4 percent in June, year over year, to $285 billion after declining 7.5 percent in May, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Once again, the Bank of Canada (BoC) raised its key interest rate by a quarter point, moving it from 4.75 to 5.0 percent in the wake of second-quarter consumer spending that was stronger than predicted.
Again, the facts are in the data and the numbers are in the facts. The higher interest rates the deeper economies will decline and the higher the unemployment numbers will rise. Inflation and high interest rate hikes are causing companies in many sectors to lay off employees.
On Monday and Tuesday this week, more than 50 leaders from Latin America, Caribbean nations, and the European Union (EU) met in Brussels in the first such transatlantic summit since 2015 in an effort to smooth over differences and rebuild trade relationships.
A just released Biden Administration Cybersecurity strategy has many “stakeholders” and government bureaucrats disappointed, because it lacks the implementation of a Federal “digital identity” plan.
The World Health Organization has finally gotten around to declaring the popular artificial sweetener aspartame a potential carcinogen. I warned about aspartame’s cancer-causing potential on my site over 25 years ago, in my best-selling book, “Sweet Deception: Why Splenda, NutraSweet, and the FDA May Be Hazardous to Your Health,” in 2006, and in an article I wrote for The Huffington Post. It’s since been deleted—but you can see just how long this danger has been known.
We’re all being targeted now. We’re all guilty until proven innocent now.
That AI pause? If it’s happening at all (which is doubtful), the pause certainly doesn’t extend to the rapid development and implementation of AI in military applications.
The Biden administration allocated hundreds of billions in a misnamed “Inflation Reduction Act” in 2022 to create subsidies and incentives for a supposed “green energy” transition.