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Germany’s Trade Surplus Is Attracting Further Anger
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It is no secret that Germany is running the largest surplus economy in the world. This has attracted huge criticism from other leaders such as US-President Trump. What is angering these nations is that the surplus is projected to increase and to remain the largest in the world this year.

In 2016, Germany had a surplus of $285 billion – compared to China which had a surplus of $190 billion and Japan's surplus at $170. This trend is expected to continue if a recently leaked forecast by Börner Group (BGA) is anything to go by. In the forecast, it is estimated that foreign...

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London Is Still Number 1 In The Post-Brexit World, But Will It Last?
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Despite the initial post Brexit fears that bankers would start fleeing the United Kingdom, London has steadfastly remained the planet's financial epicenter. This is the finding of a survey carried out by the GFCI (Global Financial Centres Index) which ranked nearly eight dozen cities around the globe. London beat out Hong Kong, Singapore, and New York to claim the top spot. 

 

Trump's Isolationism

In fact, the GFCI survey found that London had actually increased its lead over the world's next most vital financial center according to the survey, New York City. A 24...

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8 Ways to Minimize the Cost of a Data Breach
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A data breach can be extremely cost intensive, even threatening to business continuity. C-level managers act wisely, if they enable several processes and measures against. The following are ways through which you can cut the cost of data breach:

 

1. Encryption

You can reduce the cost of data breach by $16 by ensuring that your company is thoroughly encrypted. This entails protection of both data at rest (files saved on devices) and data in transit (such sending an email).

 

2. Business Community Management (BCM)

Wise organizations identity potential threats and with a BCM process...

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The Evolution of Robo-Advisers and Their Benefits
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Robo-advisers are financial planners which are based on a digital platform with little or no human interference in their operations. The use of Robo-advisers since the first launch of Betterment in 2008 has continued to go up among the low and medium net investors, while the high net investors are reluctant in incorporating them in their decision making and prefer manual processes. After constant development and upgrade of robo-advisers, they can now handle more complex work like retirement planning, investment selection and tax-loss harvesting. 

 

What Are the Benefits of Using...

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