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Investors Flee Emerging Markets Amid Lira Crisis

Investors Flee Emerging Markets Amid Lira Crisis

Markets are panicking as Turkey’s lira continues to plummet and Russia’s ruble follows suit, largely due to U.S. sanctions putting pressure on global financial markets

Startup Aims To Attract Young Renters With Savvy Tech

Startup Aims To Attract Young Renters With Savvy Tech

Rent prices are soaring in the United States, especially for millennials wanting to carve out their own piece of the pie in cities like New York, but technology may offer some relief in the form of smart ‘community’ homes

The Last Frontier For Artificial Intelligence

The Last Frontier For Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is accelerating at the speed of light, with a growing number of analysts suggesting that at significant amount of the world’s workforce could be out of the job by 2030

EU Companies Struggle To Pick Sides In U.S.-Iran Dispute

EU Companies Struggle To Pick Sides In U.S.-Iran Dispute

As the dispute between the United States and Iran heats up, companies within the European Union have been caught in the crossfire as sanctions on Tehran begin to weigh

Turkey’s Currency Crisis Raises Fears Of Contagion

Turkey’s Currency Crisis Raises Fears Of Contagion

Pressure on the Turkish Lira is increasing by the day, leading to fears that instability will spread across global financial markets

Could Gold Fall Below $1,000?

Could Gold Fall Below $1,000?

Critical long-term factors weighing on gold and silver prices could lead to serious trouble for precious metals investors, with a number of analysts suggesting that gold is no where near its bottom

Markets Open Higher Despite Ongoing Turkish Crisis

Markets Open Higher Despite Ongoing Turkish Crisis

Stock markets fell slightly on Friday, retracing some of their early August advances, and despite markets opening slightly higher on Monday, investors’ sentiment has still not recovered completely

Why Gold Investors Should Ignore The Swings

Why Gold Investors Should Ignore The Swings

Gold investors have had a tough time in recent months, but the bears are showing signs of exhaustion, suggesting that a bottom could be growing near

Stock Buybacks Poised To Eclipse $1 Trillion

Stock Buybacks Poised To Eclipse $1 Trillion

U.S. companies are buying back their own stock at surprising levels, but the $1 trillion spending spree could have negative repercussions down the line

Google Accepts Chinese Censorship For Big Payout

Google Accepts Chinese Censorship For Big Payout

New reports suggest that China is welcoming Google back into the country, though the search giant must comply with the country’s censorship rules

Baltics Want to Pull The Plug On Russian Power

Baltics Want to Pull The Plug On Russian Power

The Baltic States are slow, but surely, ridding themselves of Russian energy dependence, but key grid pipelines could leave the region vulnerable to outages as they pull the plug on electricity ties with Moscow