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India's Growing Demand For Energy
India is one of the fastest growing and most populated economies in the world. Its ever increasing thirst for energy (crude oil) and ability to obtain it at sustainable rates will influence its foreign policy.
Considering The Pros And Cons Of A Cashless Society
Stratfor analysts, Lynn Wise and Mark Fleming-Williams, discuss recent developments, along with the pros and cons, that are clearing the path towards a global cashless economy.
Stratfor Conversation: Winners And Losers From FOMC Interest Rate Hike
Stratfor’s analysts, Reva Bhalla and Mark Fleming-Williams review the latest interest rate policy change carried out by the U.S. Federal Reserve and discuss its potential impact on Europe, China and emerging markets.
RanSquawk Weekly Market Wrap: Oct-16-2015
U.S and Chinese data underperformed with FPR futures only pricing in a 6% chance of a rate hike in October. Next week, earnings kick in to high gear. Watch out for earnings from IBM, Alphabet, Amazon and others.
Jack Ma’s Ten Rules For Success
Jack Ma started his business, Alibaba, with $20,000 borrowed primarily from family and friends. Today he is China’s richest man and ranks 18th globally with an estimated net worth of $29.7 billion. (Video Length: 00:08:27)
Grexit Crisis Between Greece And EU Far From Over
Stratfor Vice President of Global Analysis Reva Bhalla and Europe Analyst Adriano Bosoni discuss the latest in Greece's continued attempts to solve its debt problems.
Greece’s Exit Could Be Even More Serious For The Euro Zone
Professor Joseph Stiglitz, economics professor and Nobel Prize Laureate at Columbia University’s Business School, sees a Greek exit from the Euro Zone having a more serious impact on Europe. In this Bloomberg interview, he explains why.
Grexit Or Not: Uncertainty Lies Ahead For Greece And European Union
Whether Greece is able to avoid an exit from the European Union or not, it will still have many problems to avoid and resolve as its times.
A Few Reasons Why Cheap Oil Doesn’t Discourage Drilling
If oil rigs lead to new wells, fewer rigs should lead to less oil, right? Not necessarily. Here's a video in which Bloomberg's Tom Randall explains.
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