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A Unique Investment Opportunity

The world population is expected to reach 11.25 billion in 2040. According to Reuters, our planet will have to produce 50% more food to avoid starvation. If you are wondering what to invest in and your long-term goals are covering a span of over 20 years, then investing in wheat and soybeans represents the perfect opportunity. 

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Banking & Blockchain

As the struggle to raise profitability continues, innovations like blockchain could offer investment banks a lifeline. Blockchain – a catchall phrase for distributed ledger technology – is a new type of database system which enables multiple parties to share access to the same data, at virtually the same time, with an unprecedented level of confidence.

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The Financial Crisis 10 Years Later

Many analysts regard Aug. 9, 2007, when BNP froze three subprime mortgage deb funds, as the moment when the financial crisis truly went global.

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3 Tips for a Successful M&A Deal

There are many reasons why top executives and business owners decide to acquire or merge with other companies. Some mergers are a way to kill competition by buying up rival companies. Other reasons may include the ability to easily gain new customers, boost business productivity, seamlessly penetrate a new market and even save a business from going under. Whatever the reasons for a merger or acquisition, the entire process starts and ends with strategy.

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Tesla’s Rise To Greatness

Elon Musk’s new antidote for the gas guzzling automobile market, the Tesla Model 3, released its first 30 cars to close employees on Friday, in order to control for quality issues before its grand international release to the mass market in 2018.

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BAT Set to Acquire Reynolds

British American Tobacco (BAT) has come under fire from health campaigners after shareholders approved its buyout of American firm Reynolds on Wednesday, which will create the world’s biggest tobacco company.

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Analysing the Current M&A Outlook

During 2017, roughly 80% of S&P 500 companies that have reported first-quarter results have beaten analysts’ earnings per share (EPS) estimates, mainly driven by revenues than margins, an area in which investors have been always complaining for a while.

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