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Why Retail Is Not Dead

There is little doubt that retail is a tough game. Yet despite the bad news, not everyone is doing it so hard. As it has always done, it will continually reinvent itself.

Australian Banks Have a Problem

Higher mortgage rates will mean that households face higher mortgage costs, which could decrease savings growth even more. Higher rates with no wage growth could also mean that borrowers applying for new loans face higher…

The Spanish Digital Currency Wars

Madrid and Barcelona — Spain’s two main cities — are major rivals. Much like Sydney and Melbourne, they are in constant competition. But there is one thing these two cities agree on: they both want…

A Trend to Watch

Last week, 14 African nations met in a forum in Harare, Zimbabwe. Members of the Macroeconomic and Financial Management Institute of Eastern and South Africa (MEFMI) generally agreed that they should be including the Chinese…

Bitcoin to Zero?

Bitcoin could very well not exist in 100 years…but, so what? Throughout history many currencies have gone bust. Some even in a relatively short period.

Why Explaurum Jumped Today

At the time of writing, shares of Explaurum Ltd [ASX:EXU] are up by 41.89% at time of writing to 10.5 cents per share. Explaurum Ltd received a takeover offer from Ramelius Resources Limited [ASX:RMS] today.

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