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Is the WTO one of Trump’s ‘big quagmire deals’? Here’s what’s at stake.

In a speech Friday, President Trump reaffirmed his abhorrence of U.S. trade agreements, especially “these big quagmire deals that are a disaster.” And the Financial Times reported Monday that his administration was debating a new strategy — leveling unilateral U.S. trade sanctions against China and other trading partners, and bypassing the World Trade Organization (WTO) […]

Trump plans to circumvent WTO’s trade dispute rules

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President Donald Trump’s administration plans to take steps to evade World Trade Organization guidelines for international disputes in an attempt to impose unilateral trade sanctions on China, among other nations, the Financial Times reported Monday. Administration officials have requested...

The EU is set to shatter one of the City of London's top post-Brexit hopes

The European Union is planning to get tough on the standards of financial equivalence, potentially dealing a big blow to the City of London's hopes post-Brexit. According to a report from the Financial Times, which cites a European Commission...Show More Summary

Fast Talker Trailer: Norman!

Norman: The Moderate and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer stars Richard Gere who is a small time fixer of problems and creator of financial schemes who cashes in a favor owed from a now-prominent politician in hopes of reversing his luck. Norman will be in theaters on April 17th. Norman Oppenheimer (Richard Gere) lives … Continue reading Fast Talker Trailer: Norman! ?

Having the Talk—No, Not That One, the One about Money

Dear Mr. Dad: My parents never talked with me and my siblings about money, but I’m feeling the need to give my kids—ages 4 and 7—a better financial education than I got. When’s the right time to start? A: What is it about money thatShow More Summary

Broadband bosses hit out over rise in business rates

The “Financial Times” has reported that the heads of Britain’s two largest broadband companies have written to Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond arguing that the business rates regime is “not fit for purpose.” BT and Virgin Media say that they are facing an increased bill of £1.3 billion over the next five years as […]

Claudia Rankine Talks Oscars, Trump, Whiteness, & More

Posted yesterday at the Financial Times is a lunch convo with Claudia Rankine. Neil Munshi goes into detail about his exquisite conversation with Rankine over a delectable farm to table lunch at ABC Kitchen. Since we’ve just passed the Grammys and we’re heading into the Oscars this weekend, we’ll serve a sampling of Rankine’s thoughts […]

Renew Financial Expects to Close $1 Billion in PACE Deals in 2017—Outpacing the Last Nine Years

It's a time of great uncertainty for leading residential solar installers. But there are positive signs with energy companies serving a different part of the residential sector: PACE. Renew Financial, one of the largest purveyers ofShow More Summary

It's Bubble Time

Submitted by Chris Martenson via, It's impossible to predict with certainty how much more insane our financial markets will get before an inevitable correction. But my personal bet is: A lot! For my reasons why, take a few minutes to watch the chapter on bubbles below from The Crash Course. Show More Summary

Officially Jobless and Ready to Hike

It’s 75 degrees in south eastern PA in February, I just walked out the door for the last time at both of my jobs that put me in a financially stable place to actually pursue my thru-hike, and I think I saw a few pigs flying around. Five years of day dreaming and I am now two weeks away from standing on Springer Mountain. Show More Summary

WPP CEO Sir Martin Sorrell may have played a key role in the failed Kraft/Unilever takeover bid (WPP)

WPP CEO Martin Sorrell momentarily found himself on both sides of Kraft Heinz's takeover bid of Unilever, according to a report from the Financial Times. The public relations company Finsbury, acquired by WPP in 2001, was hired by Kraft Heinz to advise it on the takeover bid. Show More Summary

Trump’s Anti-EU, Potential Pick for EU Ambassador Gets Fact-Checked

The Financial Times had the time to look into Ted Malloch's claims about Ted Malloch.

Trump Favorite for EU Post Falsified His Credentials

Oxford University has distanced itself from Ted Malloch, “the political scientist who wants to be Donald Trump’s ambassador in Brussels, accusing him of falsely claiming to be a fellow at two of its colleges,” the Financial Times reports. “This week [...]

Dear "Straight Black Movement" - While Your Expose' On "Black Lives Matter" As A Fraud Is On Point.....You FAIL Because You Keep Looking At "White Progressives/Jews" As The Financial Backing Instead Of The "EMBEDDED BLACK FOX CONFIDENCE MEN" Who Weaken Bl

I applaud the "Straight Black Movement" for working to expose the forces that this blog has called out for a long time as "Molesters Of The Black Community Consciousness Nucleus".While the founders of "#Black Lives Matter" PRAISE Bayard...Show More Summary

Bitcoin Investment Risk vs Reward Calculator to Compare BTC to EUR, GBP, Gold & Stocks

After reading what is essentially Fake News about Bitcoin from Financial Times, London Business School and Credit Suisse, I have created an easy to understand metric that allows anyone to compare the risks and rewards of Bitcoin to basically...Show More Summary

31 Days to Financial Independence (Day 28): Handling the Long Valley

“31 Days to Financial Independence” is an ongoing series that appears every Thursday on The Simple Dollar. You might want to start this series from the beginning! Last time, we took a deep look at tactics that a person might use when handling a personal crisis. Show More Summary

Lovehacker: I Can't Afford To Keep Bankrolling My Partner's Dreams. Help!

Dear Lovehacker, I'm juggling study with part time retail work and my partner is studying on government benefits. She has found her career calling, but it requires significant financial investment for several years before any hope of income. What should I do? More »      

Markets Right Now: Stocks end mostly lower, Dow edges higher

The latest on developments in financial markets (All times local): 4:00 p.m. U.S. stocks are ending mostly lower, led by drops in energy companies which fell along with the price … Click to Continue »

Getting others to get tough on Russia

The Financial Times reports: The UK will have its own version of the US Magnitsky Act, with measures allowing the government to freeze the assets of human rights violators from anywhere in the world. A vote by MPs to approve the powers is a breakthrough for a group campaigning for the memory of Sergei Magnitsky, […]

A Changing of the Fortune-Cookie Writing Guard

Time magazine's Olivia B. Waxman had the scoop in late January. Wonton Food Inc.'s chief financial officer and chief fortune writer, David Lau, was ceding the latter title to James Wong, a 41-year-old nephew of the company's founder. This week, Wong has spoken to Canadian radio news magazine As It Happens. When asked by host...

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