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The Current State of the Greek Economy and of the Eurozone

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  For the past couple of months, Greece has had to deal with austerity measures imposed on it by its creditors. Following the momentous decision by the Greek people to elect the leftward-leaning SYRIZA party which favoured a confrontational stance on the bailout conditions, uncertainty over the future of the country plagued stakeholders on a […]

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RSH: The First to Fall?

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RadioShack Corp (NYSE:RSH) has long been a household name for many Americans for decades. They were on top of the electronics retail game from the late 70’s all the way to the mid 2000’s as one of the sources of the hottest gadgets despite heavy competition from rivals like Best Buy Co. (NYSE:BBY). But in […]

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CMG: Changing the Way We Think of Fast Food

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Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) is an energetic and fast growing company within the restaurant sector. Since opening its first store in 1993, founder Steve Wells has revolutionized the way we think of fast food. Since its IPO in 2006 CMG’s stock has risen 1,461%. More recently, shares of the restaurant have surged 19.5% over […]

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Germany’s Economy: Technical, tactical… too late?

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  “We are not in a recession,” the Minister finance Wolfgang Schaeuble told parliament after the 3rd quarterly data was released. Despite being hampered by weakness in the French economy, a main trading partner, and a slowdown in China the German economy displayed enough tenacity enduring long enough to squeeze out fractional growth. Following the […]

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India: An upward battle

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Although the remnants of India’s centrally planned economic system can still be witnessed to this day, huge strides in economic liberalization including measures such as industrial de-regulation, privatisation of enterprises and the laxation of policies concerning foreign investment, since the 1990s, have helped kick start the economy. With the second largest population in the world […]

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DAL: The Soaring Airliner

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Delta Air Lines Inc.’s stock (NYSE: DAL) comprises a formidable combination of value and growth. Despite considerable outperformance of the market in both 2013 and 2014, I feel that DAL has significant opportunity to advance further still. Thanks to recovering global economies as in the US, Delta looks set to benefit from increased air travel […]

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China’s Economy: A Glimpse into the Future

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The ever increasing speed and strength of China’s economical transformation has no historical precedent. As the dawn of the 21st century begins to unfold, the global economic and political playing field begins to form; it has become clear that China and its economy will play a major role in affecting the development of the pan-European […]

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LinkedIn: Time to Get Back In

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LinkedIn is one of the greatest social networks of our generation. Its strength and uniqueness relies on the fact that it caters only to professionals; people who are prepared to spend money in order to expand their network. This is the main premise behind LinkedIn’s recent expansion attempts. The company has been investing heavily towards […]

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XOM: The Oil & Gas Industry in 2014

The United States is in the midst of another oil boom, the biggest in 40 years. These levels of production were last seen towards the end of the 1960s during the biggest US oil boom in history. The United States is on track to overtaking both Saudi Arabia and then Russia as the largest oil […]

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Twitter: A Little Overvalued?

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Ever since going public, Twitter ($TWTR) has generated a lot of buzz in the investing community. Before the Initial Public offering, it was the most loved company by investors, who were speculating that a repeat of the Facebook ($FB) fiasco was highly unlikely. This is one of the reasons why Twitter actually opened on the […]

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