Monthly Archives: March 2013

The Global Economy / Knowledge is the Right Place to Start

With as many challenges as the local economy presents, I don’t find it suprising that there exists a degree of popular sentiment to wish that in some way we could just unplug from the broader grid and focus on the Domestic Economy. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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The Italian Economy

An overview reference map on Financial Decision Making in the Italian Economy through the lines of Economics, Statistics and the Framework of related Governance. The Italy Central Bank http://www.bancaditalia.it/%3Binternal&action=_setlanguage.action?LANGUAGE=en Italy Statistics http://en.istat.it/ Italy Trade http://www.italtrade.com/about/about_us.htm DCarsonCPA on the line of … Continue reading

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On The Greek Economy and the lines of Decision Making, Financials and Trade

Following the updates in the Euro Zone for a greater understanding of European Economics an International Trade. Spotlight on the Greek Economy for an important understanding of the Economics, Statistics and Governance of Greece for the outline of the conceptual framework of Financial Decision … Continue reading

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On International Trade and Economic Growth

We tend to be disenfranchised as Financial Consumers, focused on the immediacy of where we are and what we are doing in the Individual Realms. There is nothing inherently wrong about that and it is true that in fact the greatest … Continue reading

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The Cyprus Economy

The Cyprus Economy has been very prevalent in the news from the Euro Zone over the past week. As a Financial Professional with an Investment Industry background I tend to look for Macro and Micro Financial Data and the framework … Continue reading

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