News Stories

  • EU Gets Caught in Russian Sanctions Crossfire from the West

    Russia’s coldest sanctions from the west, including a large arms embargo, offshore energy restrictions and restrictions on Russian bank trading in Europe will not just hurt the country, but also the EU. Russia is the EU’s biggest trading partner amounting to £272 billion the previous year. The inflation in Russian energy production would mean bigger

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    Payday Loan Demand Reaches Record Levels

    A recent study by the National Bureau of Economic Research has uncovered that around 1 in 4 people in the United States have taken out a payday loan in the last couple of years. These statistics are certainly alarming, as it paints a very clear picture of how many Americans are struggling right now. Bills

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  • Europe’s Unemployment a Serious Problem

    Unemployment is an economic condition marked by the fact that individuals actively seeking jobs remain not hired.The unemployment in Europe does not seem to return to its normal level due to the recession that has been going on and now on its fifth year. The unemployment rate increased in the last couple of years in

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