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Fareed Zakaria GPS – CNN 07-12-15

Salient to Investors: Fareed Zakaria said: The Economist says Connecticut bankrolls the weaker states in America: 5% of their GDP over the last 20 years has been net income transfers to states like Mississippi and Alabama. Allen Cooperman says the nuclear deal will only take Iran from 2 months away


Fareed Zakaria GPS – CNN 02-15-15

Salient to Investors: Fareed Zakaria said: The IEA said Russia faces a perfect storm of collapsing oil prices, international sanctions and currency depreciation. The IMF predicts the Russian economy will contract by 3% in 2015. Putin does not respond to higher costs in a rational calculating manner. Military aid to


Zanny Minton Beddoes – Charlie Rose 02-10-15

Salient to Investors: Zanny Minton Beddoes at The Economist said: The economy’s fundamental drivers, particularly rapid technological change, means that the rewards disproportionately go to the top. The latest IMF research suggests that you get stronger and more lasting economic growth in societies that are more equal. The last time


Fareed Zakaria GPS – CNN 05-19-13

Salient to Investors: Fareed Zakaria said: The fundamental rule of international relations is that as a country becomes powerful, others gang up to bring it down – viz the Habsburg Empire to Napoleonic France to Germany to the Soviet Union. The one great exception in modern history is the US,


Why Hasn’t the Euro Debt Crisis Been a More Prominent Campaign Topic? – PBS Newshour 10-25-12

Salient to Investors: Overall debt of the 17 euro countries reached 90% of output, the highest since the euro’s creation in 1999, and 9 are in recession. Ford is closing a major plant in Belgium and two facilities in Britain Zanny Minton Beddoes of The Economist said: Europe has a very big,


Fareed Zakaria GPS – CNN 07-15-12

Salient to Investors: Over the last two decades, US recoveries have been slow and jobless, In every recession from 1948-1990, jobs came back to pre-recession levels an average six months after the economy returned to its pre-recession level. In the 1990s, jobs came back 15 months later, and since 2001, 39 months later. McKinsey