Heroes of Ukraine

«Market Leader» - news and previews making you rich.

Sunday, 25 February 05:46 (GMT -05:00)



Business And Politics News

Trump's Policies Make NATO Delay Talks with Ukraine


All of you know that the USA has been playing a major role in the NATO. However, after Donald Trump become the U.S. President, the NATO leaders found themselves in an awkward situation. On the one hand, the NATO shows its commitment to help Ukraine resist Russia’s aggression. On the other hand, Donald Trump doesn’t mind making friends with Vladimir Putin. This seems to be the key reason why the NATO decided to suspend the talks with Ukraine in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises amid uncertainty.

 

 

 

 
In reality, the talks should have been all about the anti-missile defense. The NATO claims they want to make the region a safer place and to defend the local population from the Eastern aggressor. However, Donald trump, who is the president of the NATO’s most influential member, is currently busing seeking to unite with Russia against the ISIS and the international terrorism. At the same time, Donald Trump assumes that NATO is outdated and needs serious revision, which is why other NATO members cannot be confident that the USA will support their moves if they decide to act.
 
Under such a level of uncertainty and ambiguity, the remaining NATO members do not want to make Russia angry with their moves. That’s why the NATO-Ukraine talks are suspended. At the same time, Ukraine wants more clarity on the matter. The thing is that if the NATO’s anti-missile defense systems are activated at some point in the future, they will hit the missiles over the Ukrainian territory, which is something Ukraine doesn’t actually like.
 

 

As for Trump’s criticism of the NATO, he says that some NATO fellow-members are slow to react and pay their fees. He even said once that some of them were robbing the USA, and he demanded justice. Now that Trump has become the U.S. President, he says that the NATO is really bad at fighting the international terrorism, which questions the alliance’s efficiency.

 

You are free to discuss this article here:   forum for traders and investors

 

Text: Oleg Landanov
Add to blog
Got a question? – Ask it here »
 

Any Brexit Scenario Will Damage the British Economy

In practice, there can be multiple Brexit scenarios, i.e. the scenarios of how the United Kingdom will exit the European Union. Experts say that almost any scenario will damage the British economy to some extent. Moreover, there will be some economic damage to both the UK, the USA, and the EU.

Publication date: 25 December 02:48 AM

The Era of Cheap Money from Central Banks is Over

According to two major investment banks – Citigroup and JPMorgan, the days of cheap money and low interest rates are nearly gone after almost 10 years since the last global crisis. They warn us that major central banks around the globe (including the ECB, for example) are going to start toughening their monetary policies in 2018 at the fastest pace in 12 years.

Publication date: 25 December 02:05 AM

Will Bitcoin Mining Leave the World without Electricity?

It seems like people have been obsessed with cryptocurrencies. While loading up on them like crazy, they seem to have forgotten that everything has a price. When it comes to mining cryptocurrencies, this is all about the growing deficit of electricity. The thing is that all those mining farms consume tons of energy. Maintaining that cryptocurrency infrastructure is rather energy-consuming as well since all of that requires really powerful and capacious hardware, which consumes big amounts of electricity.

Publication date: 04 December 01:04 AM

Brexit and Bank Capital Outflow

Since the Brexit referendum that took place in the United Kingdom last year, European banks have already withdrawn from the UK as much as 350 billion euros. That’s reported to be the official stats provided by the European Union, The Financial Times reports.

Publication date: 30 November 01:52 PM

Fed Will Raise Interest Rate 4 Times in 2018, Goldman Sachs Experts Predict

According to the experts working for Goldman Sachs, one of the largest investment banks in the world, the U.S. Federal Reserve is probably going to raise the key interest rate 4 times next year.

Publication date: 25 November 04:05 AM

Referendum In Catalonia May Hit Europe Harder Than Brexit

The possibility of Catalonia exiting from Spain is dangerous to the integrity of the European Union, even more dangerous than the Brexit. This is what The Daily Telegraph thinks on the matter.

 

Publication date: 01 October 04:58 AM

Trump Announced Revolutionary Tax Cuts for Americans

On Wednesday, September 27th, President Trump announced a tax reform. The thing is that Donald trump promised this tax reform when making his election pledges in 2016.

Publication date: 29 September 07:51 AM

What is so precious about Ukraine for international investors? An American businessman shares his opinion

More and more international investors have been paying attention to Ukraine as a promising area for profitable investing. Cody Shirk, an American entrepreneur, traveler and investor, is now urging international investors to look at Ukraine as a country with really great investment potential, Market Leader reports.

Publication date: 27 September 03:16 AM

China’s Debt Bubble May Trigger Another Global Financial Crisis

The Chinese economy keeps on slowing down as China’s debt bubble is growing. International experts are concerned about that. They are afraid of a new global financial crisis, Market Leader reports. The thing is, the Chinese economy is not growing fast enough anymore. Beijing has to admit the economic slowdown. The entire international expert community is now closely watching this slowdown and expressing their concerns about China’s economic prospects amid the mentioned economic slowdown and inflating debt bubble.

Publication date: 25 September 12:44 PM

Why Is German Parliamentary Election Important to Europe?

Judging by the results of several sociological surveys, the chances of electing Angela Markel for the next 4 years is fairly high at the moment. Even though there is almost no intrigue in the election, the international community has still been closely watching it, Market Leader reports

Publication date: 24 September 12:55 AM