The US Government’s Debt-to-GDP Ratio Is Worse Than Greece’s Before the 2008 Crash

The USA’s Debt-to-GDP Ratio is rising. The managing editor of the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), Jonathan Miltimore, quotes our managing director, Joshua Jahani.   https://fee.org/articles/us-government-s-debt-to-gdp-ratio-is-worse-than-greece-s-before-the-2008-crash-and-it-s-about-to-get-worse/

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Global Trade Analysis: MENA, UAE, and KSA 

Global Trade Analysis: MENA, UAE, and KSA MENA Imports and Exports This article focuses on imports and exports for the MENA region as they relate to other major economies, the

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Joshua Jahani on S&P Reaching 4,000

In this episode of BBC Newsday Joshua Jahani talks about the S&P 500 reaching 4,000 (11:30). Also in this episode: Taiwan’s rail company says 36 people are known to have

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Analyzing Middle East Investment

The United Arab Emirates (UAE): The majority of VC MENA investments in 2019 were made by UAE investors, accounting for 62% of total MENA investment.

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MENA Investor Analysis

J&A has collected investor data to generate a summary of MENA investor location, investment size, investment volume, and investment location.

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Responding to an Economic Downturn: General and Specific Strategies

J&A has collected a set of specific and general strategies that business owners may use to evolve and thrive in changing economic conditions.

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Digital Health: The Competitive Advantages of Tomorrow’s Healthcare Companies

Digital health is an exciting area, ripe with growing Medicare reimbursements, new technologies, and a real potential to improve the frustrating healthcare consumer experience in the USA.

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If Biden Wants to Improve Relations With China, He Should Look to the Middle East

President Biden’s first moves in the Middle East—bombing Iran-backed militias in Syria, for instance, while deprioritizing much of the rest of the region—neglect the bigger picture of a region that

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Due Diligence Checklist

J&A’s due diligence checklist can be found here.

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