Month: December 2016

  • 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video)

    By EconMatters

    We go over our 2016 Market Returns, Discuss the best and worse performing market asset classes, and look at Hedge Fund outperformers through the third quarter in this video. Some crazy political outcomes in 2016, wonder what surprises are in the cards for 2017? © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle   The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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  • 450,000 unprocessed asylum application in Germany

    A German newspaper has revealed that there were 450,000 unprocessed asylum applications in the country during 2016, a record number that has surpassed the figures reached last year. Citing the German Rheinische Post, Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency said that the German Bureau of Immigration and Refugees revealed that the number of outstanding asylum application up until the end of this year stood at 450,000, noting that the number was less than 400,000 at the end of the last year. The reason for this, according to the German newspaper, is that the authorities were behind on processing complex applications that have accumulated over previous years. During the first half of the year, the average time for processing an asylum application was […]The post 450,000 unprocessed asylum application in Germany appeared first on aroundworld24.com.
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  • In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists”

    In an awkwardly similar rhetoric to the failed slogan of Hillary Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told her nation that "together, we are stronger. Our state is stronger," giving no ground on her increasingly questioned open-border refugee policy as she slammed the "distorted picture" being painted by populists.Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to stay calm in the face of Islamist terrorism and, as Bloomberg reports, criticized nationalists for offering false hopes of security, signaling she’ll count on voters to opt for stability when she runs for a fourth term in 2017.In her New Year’s Eve speech to the nation, Merkel predicted a contentious political climate in a year that’ll include Donald Trump’s inauguration as U.S. president on Jan. 20 and elections in France and the Netherlands. “As we pursue our lives and our work, we tell the terrorists: They are murderers full of hatred, but it’s not they who determine how we live and want to live,” Merkel said, according to an advance copy of the nationally televised speech on Saturday. “We are free, humane, open. Together, we are stronger. Our state is stronger.” Merkel’s comments reflect the surge in political risks to her chancellorship, though she may benefit because she’s familiar to voters and has no obvious successor after 11 years in office. Merkel gave no ground on her open-border refugee policy and took aim at populists who question the value of the European Union “or even of parliamentary democracy itself.” “What a distorted picture,” she said. While the EU should focus on tasks it can truly do better than national governments, “we Germans should never let ourselves be tricked into believing that going it alone as a nation could lead to a happy future,” Merkel said. Merkel sought to push back against her critics, saying she’ll work for a political debate “where we argue passionately about many things, but always as democrats,” with criticism voiced “peacefully and with respect for the individual.”Merkel has become the target of online vilification and an unprecedented political challenge by the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany, or AfD, since leaving Germany’s borders open as more than 1 million refugees arrived over the past two years.Wann schlägt der deutsche Rechtsstaat zurück? Wann hört diese verfluchte Heuchelei endlich auf? Es sind Merkels Tote!#Nizza#Berlin— Marcus Pretzell (@MarcusPretzell) December 19, 2016 The post In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists” appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists” appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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  • In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists”

    In an awkwardly similar rhetoric to the failed slogan of Hillary Clinton, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told her nation that "together, we are stronger. Our state is stronger," giving no ground on her increasingly questioned open-border refugee policy as she slammed the "distorted picture" being painted by populists.Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans to stay calm in the face of Islamist terrorism and, as Bloomberg reports, criticized nationalists for offering false hopes of security, signaling she’ll count on voters to opt for stability when she runs for a fourth term in 2017.In her New Year’s Eve speech to the nation, Merkel predicted a contentious political climate in a year that’ll include Donald Trump’s inauguration as U.S. president on Jan. 20 and elections in France and the Netherlands. “As we pursue our lives and our work, we tell the terrorists: They are murderers full of hatred, but it’s not they who determine how we live and want to live,” Merkel said, according to an advance copy of the nationally televised speech on Saturday. “We are free, humane, open. Together, we are stronger. Our state is stronger.” Merkel’s comments reflect the surge in political risks to her chancellorship, though she may benefit because she’s familiar to voters and has no obvious successor after 11 years in office. Merkel gave no ground on her open-border refugee policy and took aim at populists who question the value of the European Union “or even of parliamentary democracy itself.” “What a distorted picture,” she said. While the EU should focus on tasks it can truly do better than national governments, “we Germans should never let ourselves be tricked into believing that going it alone as a nation could lead to a happy future,” Merkel said. Merkel sought to push back against her critics, saying she’ll work for a political debate “where we argue passionately about many things, but always as democrats,” with criticism voiced “peacefully and with respect for the individual.”Merkel has become the target of online vilification and an unprecedented political challenge by the anti-immigration Alternative for Germany, or AfD, since leaving Germany’s borders open as more than 1 million refugees arrived over the past two years.Wann schlägt der deutsche Rechtsstaat zurück? Wann hört diese verfluchte Heuchelei endlich auf? Es sind Merkels Tote!#Nizza#Berlin— Marcus Pretzell (@MarcusPretzell) December 19, 2016 The post In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists” appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post In 2017 Address, Merkel Decries “Distorted Picture” Of Refugee Policy “Painted By Populists” appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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  • 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video)

    By EconMatters

    We go over our 2016 Market Returns, Discuss the best and worse performing market asset classes, and look at Hedge Fund outperformers through the third quarter in this video. Some crazy political outcomes in 2016, wonder what surprises are in the cards for 2017? © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle   The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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  • Average Directional Index Review for UltraShort DJ-AIG Crude Oil ProShares (SCO)

    Presently, the 14-day ADX for UltraShort DJ-AIG Crude Oil ProShares (SCO) is 23.86. In general, an ADX value from 0-25 would signal an absent or ...The post Average Directional Index Review for UltraShort DJ-AIG Crude Oil ProShares (SCO) appeared first on crude-oil.top.
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  • Photo story: Symposium on Hamas’ political ideology

    The Council on International Relations – Palestine held a symposium to present an academic study titled “The concept of the state according to Hamas’ thought” presented by Dr Husam Al-Dajani. The forum began with a welcome from Council chief Basem Naim who congratulated Dr Dajani on receiving his doctoral degree. In his speech before the attendees, Dr Dajani said that his study aims to understand the concept and development of the state according to Hamas’ thought. It also aims to either prove or disprove the study’s thesis which is mainly to do with how Hamas’ political thought and beliefs regarding democracy influence their idea of a state, and if this conflicts with Western democratic thought. Dr Dajani noted that there […]The post Photo story: Symposium on Hamas’ political ideology appeared first on aroundworld24.com.
    http://aroundworld24.com/2016/12/31/photo-story-symposium-on-hamas-political-ideology-2/

  • 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video)

    By EconMatters

    We go over our 2016 Market Returns, Discuss the best and worse performing market asset classes, and look at Hedge Fund outperformers through the third quarter in this video. Some crazy political outcomes in 2016, wonder what surprises are in the cards for 2017? © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle   The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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  • 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video)

    By EconMatters

    We go over our 2016 Market Returns, Discuss the best and worse performing market asset classes, and look at Hedge Fund outperformers through the third quarter in this video. Some crazy political outcomes in 2016, wonder what surprises are in the cards for 2017? © EconMatters All Rights Reserved | Facebook | Twitter | YouTube | Email Digest | Kindle   The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on crude-oil.top.The post 2016 Year End Performance Review (Video) appeared first on Forex news - Binary options.
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