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Here’s The Cost Of Global Terrorism

Here’s The Cost Of Global Terrorism

Here’s The Cost Of Global Terrorism by Frank Holmes We were saddened this week to hear that at least 30 people were killed and many dozens more injured in ISIS-related suicide bombings that targeted an airport and train station in […]

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers

Sovereign To Corporate Credit Risk Spillovers Patrick Augustin McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management Hamid Boustanifar BI Norwegian Business School Johannes H. Breckenfelder European Central Bank (ECB) – Financial Research Jan Schnitzler VU University Amsterdam – Faculty of Economics and […]

How Gold Got Its Groove Back

How Gold Got Its Groove Back

How Gold Got Its Groove Back by Frank Holmes Who says gold lost its appeal as a safe haven asset? After five straight positive trading sessions, the yellow metal climbed above $1,100 on a weaker U.S. dollar, its highest level […]

A Troubled 2015 Gives Way To A Tense New Year In Europe

A Troubled 2015 Gives Way To A Tense New Year In Europe

A Troubled 2015 Gives Way To A Tense New Year In Europe by [email protected] For Europe, there have been a few topics dominating headlines in 2015, notably the migrant crisis, ISIS terrorist attacks and threats, and anti-austerity movements. These tensions […]