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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 21, 2015

3.4 Million People Displaced – How the World Bank Harms Poor People
The motto of the World Bank sounds great: Working for a world free of poverty. That’s a huge task, which requires real effort. Unfortunately, the bank’s efforts often harm […]

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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 20, 2015

900 Dead Bodies in the Mediterranean Sea – Europe Needs a Strategy
On Sunday a ship crowded with migrants capsized and sank in the Mediterranean Sea. According to survivors, there were around 950 people on board, most of them died. Politicians call […]

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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 17, 2015

Africa Still Has a Long Way to Go
Five people were killed during xenophobic outbreaks in South Africa. People are afraid of foreigners taking away their jobs. The outbreaks show, that the continent still has a long way to go to reach […]

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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 16, 2015

Europe vs. Google – David vs. Goliath?
The EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager made an official complaint about Google and accused the company of violating fair competition rules. This time, data collection policies could become an antitrust issue as well. […]

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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 15, 2015

Losers of Globalization – Indian Surrogate Mothers
Globalization has increased the living conditions of many people. However, the poorest don’t benefit. Moreover, international corporations exploit their poverty and their inability to defend themselves. Only consumers have the power to make a […]

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Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 14, 2015

Private Military and Security Contractors – The Privatization of War
Private Military and Security Contractors (PMSCs) have become significantly more important in warfare over the last years. Iraq has been the most privatized war to date. However, PMSCs often operate in […]

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