Go Cashless, But No Trust, America

Go Cashless
The generation is fast moving and everything around us is done within a snap of fingers. Technology has taken over our lives; we are surrounded by it. It is hard to think about a life where technology did not exist, maybe in a life of a monk. Everything is getting digitized and people are mostly buying things online as they are cost effective and time saving. Most of us use debit or credit cards for...

Global Financial Markets – Between The Status Quo And The Apocalypse

Global Financial Markets
Two years after the Budget Control Act of 2011 was signed into law in order to increase the debt ceiling, the world’s economy and markets are once again subjected to another crisis with the loans in the United States of America. The United States of America owe about 17 trillion dollars and the debt is growing bigger with each second. According to the Finance minister of the USA, the country...

United Stats construction industry and the economical effect

United Stats construction industry
The construction industry in the United States sets the stage for how the overall economy does. A strong construction industry indicates a strong economy, while a weaker industry spells trouble on the horizon. However, the good news in 2013 is the construction industry in the United States is starting a fast upward climb, indicating a number of jobs to be had for those possessing various skills. While...

The Future Of The U.S. Auto Industry

The U.S. Auto Industry
During the great recession the auto industry was effectively restructured with two of the three auto makers being taken over by the government with bondholders and shareholders being effectively wiped out. Ford, and the two restructured auto companies (GM and Chrysler), are now facing new challenges and the future of the US auto industry is likely to be very different from its current state. This article...

Underdeveloped Countries Using Mineral Wealth To Succeed

Underdeveloped Countries Using Mineral Wealth
Our planet has a seemingly unlimited supply of natural resources, not only in commodities such as water, timber, agricultural resources, fossil fuels, and wildlife, but also in mineral wealth. Gold, iron, uranium, copper, and many other minerals lie just beneath the surface in many parts of the globe and have yet to be discovered, much less extracted and refined for use in a variety of industries and...

Does the Economy Affect the Insurance Business?

insurance
U.S. economic pressures are vital to the health of an insurance organization’s survival. The impact of the economy on the insurance business impacts the entire consumer population which can greatly be affected by various economic factors. All population is affected, ranging from businesses, consumers, taxpayers and to employers. The insurance companies itself are also directly affected. Insurance...

Could Increased Exports Help Save The U.S. Gas Market?

The U.S. Gas Market
Like all commodity markets, gas prices are based upon margins – the highest price a person is willing to pay. The marginal buyer, the one who is willing to pay an inflated price, sets the price for everyone else. Their buying power inflates or deflates the market depending upon supply and demand. Increased Sales Beyond U.S. Borders Mean Increased Gas Prices When it comes to the U.S. gas market, sales...
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