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Josh Owens

Josh Owens

Writer, Safehaven.com

Contributor since: 21 Mar 2018

Biography

Josh majored in International Relations at the University of Edinburgh and is currently the Content Director at Oilprice.com. Josh has over 6 years of writing experience, covering everything from geopolitics to finance. 

  • China: The New King Of Caviar

    Published 23 March 2019 | viewed 346 times

    Though caviar has long been synonymous with the palette of the wealthy who acquired the luxury food item predominately from Russia and Iran, both things…

  • Italy Launches New Welfare Experiment

    Published 12 March 2019 | viewed 492 times

    Italy has launched its so-called “citizens' income” welfare program designed to reduce poverty, and the new  anti-establishment government is clearly hoping to fund the populist…

  • Trade Talks Dominate Market Sentiment

    Published 18 February 2019 | viewed 732 times

    Monday, February 18, 2019 Choppy trading ahead of busy week. Global stocks were shaky on Monday as U.S.-China trade talks head into a crucial week.…

  • Medical Bankruptcy Is Killing The American Middle Class

    Published 13 February 2019 | viewed 803 times

    A new study has found that a horrifying 530,000 families turn to bankruptcy each year due to medical bills they can’t pay. In the end,…

  • Markets Turn Bullish After Bad Fourth Quarter

    Published 11 February 2019 | viewed 673 times

    Monday, February 11, 2019 Stocks up at start of week. U.S. and European equities were up at the start of trading on Monday on hopes…

  • Investors Anxious Ahead Of Big Week

    Published 28 January 2019 | viewed 805 times

    Monday, January 28, 2019 Markets down at start of big week. U.S. stocks opened up in the red on Monday due to investor anxiety over…

  • Markets Downbeat On China Trade Data

    Published 21 January 2019 | viewed 2,989 times

    Monday, January 21, 2019 Stocks fall at start of the week. Stocks opened down on Monday on news that China’s GDP rate fell to a…

  • Dissecting Europe's Massive Tennis Match-Fixing Scandal

    Published 17 January 2019 | viewed 733 times

    Tennis apparently doesn’t pay, unless you’re at the level of one of the Williams sisters, or Federer. For the rest of them, it’s a massively…

  • China’s Souring Economy Drags Down Global Equities

    Published 14 January 2019 | viewed 625 times

    Monday, January 14, 2019 Stocks fall on China data. China released new data that suggests the economy is sliding deeper into a slowdown. The data…

  • Cautious Optimism Returns On Trade Thaw And Fed Hesitation

    Published 07 January 2019 | viewed 572 times

    Markets open up on trade optimism. Global markets posted strong gains on Monday on hopes that the U.S. and China are making headway on their…

  • Is Disney Becoming Inaccessible For Everyone But The Rich?

    Published 05 January 2019 | viewed 1,376 times

    Disney Parks and Resorts brought in a whopping $4.5 billion in operating profits for fiscal 2018, rewarding its visitors with two price increases in the…

  • Bad News Builds For Global Markets

    Published 17 December 2018 | viewed 875 times

    Monday, December 17, 2018 Markets down slightly ahead of busy week. U.S. stocks were down at the opening on Monday. The dollar slipped ahead of…

  • Markets Hit By Economic Fears, Political Turmoil in U.S. And Europe

    Published 10 December 2018 | viewed 625 times

    Monday, December 10, 2018 Market turmoil continues. Global stocks were hit hard at the end of last week, and the selloff continued on Monday. The…

  • Cautious Optimism As South Africa Snaps Out Of Recession

    Published 05 December 2018 | viewed 765 times

    For South Africa, the third quarter of this year marked the end of a surprise recession, with 2.2-percent annualized GDP growth thanks largely to the…

  • Trade War Truce Sends Markets Soaring

    Published 03 December 2018 | viewed 609 times

    Monday, December 3, 2018 Trade war truce. The U.S. and China declared a truce in the trade war, sending global markets shooting up. Commodity prices…

  • Elite Santas Earn More Than You Think

    Published 30 November 2018 | viewed 680 times

    If you thought Santa was just a random, down-on-his-luck and possibly drunk old man your nearest mall pulled off the street for some cheap help…

  • Can Zuckerberg Survive Facebook’s Stock Selloff?

    Published 28 November 2018 | viewed 916 times

    After losing $200 billion in value since its peak in July, with stock plummeting 40 percent in only four months, Mark Zuckerberg’s longevity as Facebook’s…

  • Fears Of An Economic Slowdown Grow

    Published 26 November 2018 | viewed 1,239 times

    Negative economic signals. The WTO said that trade momentum slowed in the third quarter and is likely to continue to slow in the last three…

  • Italy’s Budget Defiance Sends Bond Yields Soaring

    Published 15 November 2018 | viewed 808 times

    Italy had until Tuesday this week to respond to the European Commission’s demands over its outsized budget, and it hasn’t disappointed its new populist-leaning voters:…

  • Dollar Rally Drags Down Commodities

    Published 12 November 2018 | viewed 717 times

    Monday, November 12, 2018 Markets down to start the week. Global stocks saw a sea of red ink on Monday as the dollar strengthened to…