The first quarter of the 2015 has brought us small positive returns in many of the U.S. and global indices, and more than the usual amount of anxiety along with them. Let’s take a closer look:
Let’s say you’re giving your niece or grandson some advice on which major to select in college. Do you tell them to get an art degree, or take courses in social sciences? Or should they focus on business and finance?
In 1945, the U.S. made up more than half of the world’s total gross domestic product (GDP), which basically means that half the world’s economy took place inside U.S. borders. Today that figure is just under 22%.
Does that mean America is in decline?
What is a “currency war”?