Trump Administration Lowers Cost of Health Care For Small Businesses

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppThe Trump administration has been very active recently regarding what it considers to be health care reform. The administration has declared its support for making Obamacare’s pre-existing condition laws unconstitutional, and promoting private health care for veterans. The latest step in this process came on Tuesday, when they signed laws that are intended to give small businesses and self-employed citizens more affordable health care in exchange for less coverage and fewer customer benefits. This is a step forward for the administration’s project to offer alternatives…

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GE kicked from Dow

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppGE faces the end of an era On Tuesday, the S&P Dow announced that Walgreens Boots Alliance will replace General Electric in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, marking the first time in 110 years that the company will not be in the Dow. GE has encountered a whirlwind of hardships in recent years, including a mountain of debt, the replacement of its CEO, and the cut of thousands of jobs. In the past year, General Electric (GE) has seen its stock value plummet over 54%.…

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Trump’s trade wars with G7 allies and China are already affecting the global economy

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppDuring the last month, the Trump administration has caused several amounts of controversy due to the “trade wars” between the U.S. and its G-7 allies and China. The U.S. is prepared to implant tariffs in said countries due to “unfair” trade deals and national security issues, and each country involved has stated that it could potentially retaliate with counter-measures. Recently, President Donald Trump decided to increase the amount of Chinese goods that would be affected by the measures, from 50$ billion of worth to 200$.…

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Trump Threatens To Impose More Tariffs On Chinese Goods

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppTrump tariffs trigger trade war   This Monday, President Trump stated that he will impose a 10% tariff on $200 billion worth of Chinese goods. On Friday, the president announced that he planned to impose a 25% tariff on $50 billion worth of Chinese goods. The same day, the Chinese government reported that it would retaliate against these tariffs by imposing its own tariff on $50 billion worth of U.S. goods. Said goods would include agricultural goods, cars, seafood, and more. Trump defended the escalation…

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Trump moves tariffs in 50$ billion worth in Chinese goods forward, trade wars grow

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Reddit WhatsAppAfter weeks of preparation and debating whether or not the Trump administration would follow through with its announcements, the president has recently approved the planned tariffs on about 50$ billion worth in Chinese goods. This step will move forward the currently ongoing “trade war” between the two countries towards a new stage, exchanging the talks and announcements that have marked the last two months for direct actions and decisions. Donald Trump, who had just come back from his trip to Singapore for the North Korea…

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