Rabobank: “Nu?” By Michael Every of Rabobank In order to cover the divergent news that matters most today, I need to start with the definition of a word – “Nu”. According to the author of ‘The Joys of Yiddish’, Leo Rosten, “Nu”, which rhymes with “coo”, is an interjection, interrogation, and expletive, second only to
These Are The Best Universities In The World The latest global university ranking has been released by Times Higher Education, putting the UK’s Oxford University at the top of the pile. Institutions are ranked based on five indicators: teaching, research, citations, international outlook and industry income. You will find more infographics at Statista On this basis, the UK
Labor Day was first celebrated nationally in 1882. It came into existence amidst an era of rapid industrialization and urbanization. Designed specifically to herald and thank the working man (and by the mid-20th century the working woman), parades and union rallies were common features of the holiday in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
Editor’s Note: The following excerpt is adapted from The Gold Standard: Retrospect and Prospect edited by Peter C. Earle and William J. Luther. Bitcoin proponents differ in the extent to which they expect the upstart cryptocurrency to circulate in the future. Some see the potential for bitcoin to replace the dollar. Others think bitcoin might
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The West African state of Guinea awaited word on its future on Monday as a new military junta summoned the outgoing cabinet a day after toppling the president.
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If you’ve ever spent time overseas, you more than likely have overheard someone say, “Don’t get me wrong, we love Americans, but we hate the American government.” Almost to a T, whenever I’ve heard this conversation in public, the American response is, “Oh, we don’t much like our government, either.” So there you go — Americans and