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Ireland Has Most to Lose and Gain. $

Ireland is facing a treacherous path. They have a very close relationship with the UK and can ill afford to lose it. They also have a well-developed position in the…

India is Happy About the Break. $

India is Happy About the Break.   $

Of all the countries that stand to benefit from Britain leaving the EU, India has to be at the top of the list as they fully expect to see a…

South Korea Jumps on Stimulus Bandwagon. $

Since the Great Recession, it has been popular for Central Banks to pump money into economies around the world to stimulate growth. A recent wave of stimulus has been flowing…

Defining the “Gig” Economy.

To be honest we don’t even really know what to call this. Some refer to it as the “sharing economy” or the “digital economy” and there are many others. All…

How We Spend Our Time. $

The annual survey of how we spend our days is out and it shows some adjustments to the changing demographics of the country. It turns out that as we age…

Economic Rebound in the Cities. $

At this point, about two thirds of US cities have recovered fully from the Great Recession and in many cases they are doing better than they were prior. That still…

Amidst the Doom and Gloom…

It is pretty easy to get carried away with the Brexit vote and focus on the fallout from it – which we all did. But, there is a very real…

A Note to a President/CEO

  I wanted to share a portion of a note that I sent to an officer of a client similar to our private consulting relationship for CEO’s. A few of…

India Claiming to be FDI Leader. $

When Narendra Modi campaigned to become the Prime Minister of India, his appeal was twofold. The most obvious campaign advantage was his representation of Hindu nationalism and this is what…

Beyond Brexit: A Stronger Europe than the US? 

There was an interesting comment offered up by an analyst looking at a post-Brexit market – assuming Brits vote to stay in the EU. He pointed out that the Eurozone…

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