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In this week's episode, Mark interprets the Fed's new economic projections for the economy, in which the Fed "doubles-down" on current economic growth and the economy's prospects moving forward. Essentially, the Fed is saying that they are taking us from the "touch-and-go" economy of the

The people presented in this book are generally considered villainous, and the functions they perform, harmful. Sometimes society itself is damned because it spawns such reprehensible characters. However, the thrust of this book will concentrate on the following propositions: They are guilty of no wrong-doing of

Colin Grabow In an ambitious move to promote coastal shipping, India’s government reportedly plans to abolish cabotage restrictions that prevent foreign vessels from transporting goods between the country’s ports. The rationale is easy to understand. With India’s merchant fleet comprising less than one percent of the