As of November 2016, Donald J Trump has been the most googled name worldwide. So it’s safe to say we don’t have to focus too much on who that is. Ronald Reagan, however, can be seen as a blast from the past to some and a nightmare that is thankfully over to others. Elected in 1980, … Continue reading Trumpenomics…Reaganomics
Student Loan are to some people a blessing and a curse.Student loan refers to money the government gives to students who intend on furthering their education usually at university level, but obviously as the loan part covers with the expectatation of getting it back usually in installments once an individuals income is over a certain … Continue reading Student loan: Good or bad for our future?
China Warns Against Abandoning Climate Actio https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vp8zG6aVclI Financial Times: China has warned Donald Trump that he will be defying the wishes of the entire planet if he acts on his vow to back away from the Paris climate agreement after he becomes US president next January. In a sign of how far the world has … Continue reading Do you really believe in Climate Change?
Strengths Investment banking leader brand name carries tremendous value Excellent recruiter of talent Weaknesses Operating margins in 5 year decline Negative public image (insider trading, euro debt crisis) Legal Issues Opportunities Expanding into emerging markets Increases in Private Equity Fund Threats Market Volatility Electronic Trading Strength Detail -Investment Banking Leader Goldman Sachs is a leader […] … Continue reading Is Goldman Sachs really the best option?A SWOT Analysis
http://www.bbc.com/news/business-38013723 US bank JP Morgan Chase is to pay $264m (£212m) to settle claims it hired the children of highly placed Chinese officials to gain business in China. The Department of Justice called the scheme “bribery by any other name” and said it threatened national security. The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and the Justice […] … Continue reading Did you fail at your interview or was the job never really yours? JP Morgan pays $264m to settle China bribery probe