Monthly Archives: March 2016

How Trade Made America Great

The Wall Street Journal has a great article about the history of trade from the 1960s. Extensively covering the high points that defined our trade parameters from the post WWII America to the current globalization, there‚Äôs a big picture overview with a microcosm feel. Covering events from WWII, through OPEC, and into NAFTA and now… Read more »

China’s Slowing Economy

In 2015 the Chinese economy grew just 6.9%, almost half a percent less than 2014, and has an expected growth rate of 6.3% and6% for 2016 and 2017 respectively. After an incredible growth of expansion, the slowing has been painful to the Chinese job market and ramifications can be felt throughout the world economy. Though… Read more »