The consequences of the rise of oil

The worst could come later, as Spanish banks are still highly vulnerable and debt remains high, especially in the public sector. If the worst expectations are met and high oil prices, global economic slowdown and rising rates are joined, the recession will be assured. Unless the ECB takes quick action,…

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The shocking effects of the transport crisis in Venezuela

Moving in Venezuela has become an ordeal. The deterioration of transport is an almost perfect summary of the multiple effects of the crisis that the country is experiencing, because in it converge the lack of cash, the state of public services and the impossibility of repairing vehicles. Dozens of people…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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2017: increasingly poor

“The best moment in the economic history of Spain,” as Minister Cristobal Montoro recently defined it, with an annual GDP growth of more than 3% in the last two years, continues to leave behind millions of Spaniards. The improvement in macroeconomic data contrasts with the living conditions of citizens who,…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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Things to do in the ghostly Detroit

In 2013 Detroit declared bankruptcy, being the largest city in the United States to qualify for bankruptcy. At that time I had about 18 trillion dollars in debts and responsibilities. Unemployment, lack of opportunities and crime all wrapped up. I recently visited the city for the fourth time and have…

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Why the world is breaking [ENG]

Consider the following. A third of Americans would be willing to lose the right to vote for a 10% increase in their salary. About $ 5000. Worried? Now imagine that a demagogue promises exactly that. Does not seem very difficult, right? Bang. Democracy disappears in a day. Everything bad that…

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