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As the world of artificial intelligence expands, so, too, do the opportunities to understand digital data and gain market advantage. A new TABB Group research piece breaks down market information collection methods such as satellite...

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The mounting evidence about the economy and the consumer is now undeniable. For example, we’ve covered the drop in business dining and traffic in premium steakhouses Ruth’s Chris and Del Frisco. The drop in business travel from...

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The rising price of copper is probably a good sign that the global economy is non-recessionary. When copper has risen, so has GDP. But the converse is not true: falling copper prices have not signaled a slump in the economy.

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Various OPEC members have been busy looking for ways to get all members of the cartel to agree to a production cut, but outside the spotlight, as it turns out, they have been pumping ever-growing amounts of crude. According to the IEA’s latest Oil Market Report...

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They’re calling it the Great Revolution, and rightfully so. Donald Trump’s earth-shattering victory over Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8 must surely rate as one of the greatest political upsets in U.S. history. It stretches the mind to recall the last time a true political outsider...

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California voters handed Big Tobacco a resounding defeat Tuesday when they passed Proposition 56 to raise the cigarette tax by US$2 a pack (with increases in e-cigarettes and other tobacco products). This is the first increase in cigarette taxes in California in 18 years.

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After an initial wobble, the markets have stabilized as two themes emerge: reflation and the spread of populism. The shift away from monetary policy towards fiscal policy had already begun, and both US presidential candidates...

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The election of Donald Trump to the US presidency has set the world abuzz. US allies in Europe, Asia and the Middle East, smiling through their teeth, are feverishly hoping that Washington will maintain its security commitments.

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I went back in my notes and…there is not an instance that I can find where you’ve had a Republican in the White House and Republican House and Senate where the stock market has not done pretty well. If he (Trump) does get to cut corporate taxes to 15%—if you run the numbers...

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A group of boffins from the Applied Electromagnetics Group at the University of California San Diego have succeeded in building a microelectronic device without the incorporation of semiconductors for the first time at least in...

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