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Many are not aware of the increases from China and India in their contribution to the CO2 and pollution. In the decade between 1992 to 2002 their greenhouse gas emissions were up by 15% alone. But sense 2002 they are up another 10% and many criminologists are concerned.
Checking into the economic situation for a barometer as to inflationary vs. deflationary is a short term mindset that may prove valuable. Consumers are often confused about the times they are living in and make poor economic choices.
As the banks realized how much bad mortgage debt they held, panic set in. The Federal Reserve bailed out the banks with newly-created money, attempting to inject liquidity into the system. But the banks did not use that money to keep operating and lending, instead using it to bail out underperformin
You are probably well aware that our federal government is now spending $1 trillion more each year than they take in. What you may not know is this; four trillion dollars since the Obama Administration has been in office is almost equal to the amount of government deficit spending if you total up th
In economic terms, inflation is labeled as a major disadvantage to any economy, one reason in the old economy, Governments focused on economic policies that encouraged the control of Inflation. Now the old economy has collapsed, if we have higher inflation, what are the advantages?
In today's economy, it is critical to set up another income source. The next economic downturn, which is about to hit us all like a tsunami, will make even the most optimistic of us, stand scratching our heads wondering how things ended up so tragic. Whether you are currently employed, own your
Walmart has been the focus of protests in the news lately. Consumers and workers often feel torn between loving and hating giant superstores, between shopping at them for the prices and protesting their business practices. The negative impacts of massive retailers range from poor treatment of employ
Despite record levels of unemployment, we all know, of course, that our president is on the case. He's the Jobs President... if you don't believe it, just ask him, or any of his sycophantic Demediacrats! But only those who are sufficient Biblical scholars to have heard of Job (with a capit
Many people make the misconstrued assumption that the only people who need food assistance are the homeless or unemployed.What people do not realize is that there is an increasing amount of children, seniors, and the "working poor" who are having to turn to food pantries and charities for
Homeowners who got caught up in the real estate boom over the past decade and a half have, for the most part, begun to realize that putting all of their eggs in one basket has put their entire financial situation in peril. From facing foreclosure right now and having a scarred credit report to owing
Reported by some, there might be as much as 40 million fake UK pound coins in circulation, meaning that out of 36 coins, one is on average fake. People may believe that it is easy to spot a fake, but it is not always the case. Hence so many of the fake coins, and also notes, are in wide spread use.
Monetary and Fiscal Policies; Main differences of the Marketizm's Monetary and Fiscal Policies and the current ones from a Macroeconomic prospective are the ways the Monetary and Fiscal balances are achieved: when the currently used balances are based on a cash method: Income to Expenses; the n
America has had a history of fiat currencies dating back as far as the American Revolution. Even before America's colonists won their independence from the British. It was in 1775 that the Continental Congress attempted creating its first fiat currency, the Continental.
Less than one month ago there were "Obama Bear Market" headlines everywhere. Since then, the U.S. President has only done more of what he was doing then, yet his approval ratings have climbed in recent weeks. Why?
Finding the perfect gift for Dad is difficult any year, but for Father's Day 2009, the challenge is particularly daunting. We may be strapped for cash ourselves, and many of our father's have lost their jobs. Others have seen their retirement nest egg crack, and are struggling with fears o
For over half a year now, the Fed has been actively bailing out some of the largest corporations and especially the banks. Despite lowering interest rates, providing essentially free money to the banking system, and devaluing the dollar, little confidence has been restored to the markets. In fact, i
The Eurozone welcomed a new comrade on the first day of 2011: Estonia. And of course the question of 'what will this mean for us now?' was on everyone's lips. Estonia is now the 17th country to adopt the Euro, and the new question on many economists lips is, 'will the single curr