What Hong Kong’s protests mean for business | CNBC Reports

I’m walking through Hong Kong’s Causeway Bay, it’s one of the city’s major shopping hubs and while things are calm right now, it wasn’t too long ago that this was at the heart of the city’s pro-democracy protests – ones that have been paralyzing the city for months. Demonstrations have been scattered throughout the city, […]

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How Color Influences Your Stock Trades | Marginalia Episode 2

How Color Influences Your Stock Trades | Marginalia Episode 2

If you’ve ever wondered why bulls charge when they see red, the answer is they don’t. Bulls are actually red-green colorblind, and they charge because they’re irritated by the cape’s movement, not its color. Matadors don’t use red capes for the bull it’s red for us. The red hides the splatters of blood, which may […]

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Moon propose regional community, building upon free trade and peace

Moon propose regional community, building upon free trade and peace

in the Chinese city of Chengdu president Mun Jane has attended a threeway Business Summit where he emphasized on the importance of free trade economic cooperation and peace on the Korean Peninsula for more we connect live to our presidential office correspondent Shin Semin who is traveling with the president Simon tell us more about […]

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Jack of all Trades, China has None!

Jack of all Trades, China has None!

Sasha: Welcome to another Video Winston: Well, Hey there guys and welcome to Oklahoma City I’m here staying with a Patron and Subscriber Who I will be introducing to you in a very short time and today I’m talking about well, Jack of all Trades Basically, being able to do stuff. And this is something […]

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