CWAN Biannual commodities update July 2017 After a stellar recovery in 2016, it has been a disappointing first half for the commodities complex on the whole in 2017. The S&P GS[...]
Following five years of material losses – and two particularly disastrous years in 2014 and 2015 – commodities recovered significantly last year to generate stellar returns across [...]
Brexit is an abbreviated term to describe the potential exit of the United Kingdom from the economic and political partnership of 28 European countries, the European Union. The ter[...]
Brazil’s economy has been struggling to maintain growth over the past few years, but last year’s results were quite poor. The country has seen its inflation rate spiral to over 10%[...]
As median age in many parts of the world continues to rise, many countries face an increasing challenge funding social security programs for senior citizens. For the first time, th[...]
Following its latest monetary policy meeting, which ended on October 28, the Federal Reserve decided to keep interest rates near the zero mark, the same as it has done for the last[...]
A report released in late-June by Business For Britain, an independent organization campaigning for a change in the UK’s economic role within Europe, has concluded that the eurozon[...]
According to a leaked document from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that has been viewed by UK’s Channel 4 News, Greece will not be able to make the €1.56bn payment due to th[...]
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited Canada April 14-16 to discuss and agree on initiatives designed to improve the bilateral relationship between the two countries. By the [...]
Canada’s International Trade Minister Ed Fast recently made his thirteenth trade visit to South East Asia to join fellow government officials at the Canada-ASEAN Business Forum, wh[...]