With so much tilting voters against change, democratic reason is the loser, says Solly Moeng.
True grit is a reliable predictor of who will achieve success in life, says Ian Mann.
The system sucks and it’s being used far too often as an excuse, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Wall Street stocks have opened slightly higher as a government report modestly upgraded the estimate for first-quarter US economic growth.
Global equities have been headed for the highest close in three weeks and the dollar has risen versus most peers as investors await comments from the Federal Reserve.
China’s stocks have capped their longest stretch of weekly losses since July 2012 amid concern a pick-up in earnings growth is losing steam.
Asia stocks have tilted upwards, shrugging off a weak lead from Wall Street as oil pulled back below $50 a barrel.
Asia stocks have tilted slightly upwards but remained cautious ahead of a speech from the US central bank head and after a weak lead from Wall Street as oil pulled back.
World stock markets have risen on optimism over $50 oil and Greece's debt deal, while traders eyed the G7 summit's opening in Japan.
Microsoft and Facebook are building a new sub-sea Internet cable that will cross the Atlantic Ocean to carry customers' data between North America and Southern Europe
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