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Rule Britannia, not Euphoria

There has arguably been Eurosceptic sentiment in Britain, irrespective of the degree, since Britain’s entry into the European Economic Community in January 1973. Britain has since then had varying relationships with its European counterparts; some of these relationships involving a considerable amount of tension and


The Panama Papers and how they affect you

The Panama Papers: a sensational headline screamed at the world by the 24/7 media news cycle, seemed to erupt like a volcano and dissipate as swiftly as it appeared. While recognized as a monumental reveal of millions of off-shore accounts administered by Mossack Fonseca, the


To “Brexit” or “Bremain?”

To Brexit or Bremain? With June 23rd just a few short weeks away, the UK’s referendum on whether or not to keep its European Union membership has been an increasingly hot topic, stirring global economic debate. Supporters of the so-called Brexit, short for “British exit,” believe

Tax Inversion

Playing the Blame Game around Tax Inversions

Playing the Blame Game around Tax Inversions The following monetary statistics are all measured in USD. In the 1950s, one-third of the United States federal government’s revenues came from taxes on corporate profits and this proportion has diminished to one-tenth ever since. The majority of

Alibaba: China’s Newest Ambassador

A world breaking IPO, a world-breaking tech and Chinese float. Even a Guinness World Record of the highest online sales revenue generated by a single company within 24 hours. In a single year, with virtually the whole world looking at Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. (NYSE:

Many Changes For TD Bank

Over the past sixty years Toronto-Dominion Bank has grown to become one of the largest banks in Canada. Their growth has been consistent and ever evolving. Banking is changing rapidly over the years, and TD is reflecting that change through their evolution. TD Bank is