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Steven Edward Gillette posted a blog post
 In the previous economic report, we discussed a lot of the percentage changes in housing over the years. The graph above illustrates the percentage change from quarter to quarter from the end of the great recession up until October 1, 2016. Anythin…
May 12
arod posted a blog post
In January 2016, General Electric announced it was relocating its current headquarters from Fairfield to Boston.  General Electric’s departure was a “punch in the gut,” as the Hartford Courant characterized it (Singer, 2016).  The GExit – or Gexit -…
May 9
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May 3
William Richard posted a blog post
The US in the 1960s was at its peak production of steel per year.  Ever since, the industry has been in decline, and nearly 50 years later makes less than half of that and employs just a third of the workers.  http://www.economist.com/news/finance-a…
May 1

Euro, good or bad?

Euro is a currency used by 19 European countries within the EU and it's the second largest currency in the world after the american dollar. 

Euro was made to give higher growth to the economy due to greater efficiently, better equality…

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2017 Summer Movies: Get Hyped

In an age where everyone is stressing about finances, school, equal rights, diversity etc., sometimes the best ailment for these stressors is to sit back and forget all of those things for three hours and get engulfed in a quality film in the…

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