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Florida Tourism's Possible Comeback Depends on Canadian Border

After Canada relaxed its COVID-19 border restrictions, Florida economists expressed on Tuesday their optimism regarding the number of tourists already recovering would increase faster than expected from international travelers.
Colombia Protest 2021: Demonstrators Continue to Grapple With Police Brutality and Economic Fallout

Colombia Protest 2021: Demonstrators Continue to Grapple With Police Brutality and Economic Fallout

Colombia's mass protests rumble on into their second month as protesters continue to face police brutality while economic fallout in the country persists.
Voters Rank Rebuilding Economy as Top Concern Over COVID-19 Handling: Exit Poll

Voters Worry About Economy More Than COVID-19 Risk, Exit Poll Shows

The economy was a top concern for most voters compared to battling COVID-19, according to a nationwide CNN exit poll.
US Latino Market: The Largest and Fastest Growing in American Economy

US Latino Market: The Largest and Fastest Growing in the American Economy

The $2.6 Trillion US Latino market is the largest and fastest-growing in the American economy, yet blindspotted.
A board at the New York Stock Exchange shows state of the market as markets continue to react to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) inside of the NYSE in New York

COVID-19 Recession: What Will Happen If the US Economy Fails?

One of the most significant financial disasters of the world happened when the US stock market crashed in 1929. The event is known throughout history as 'The Great Depression.'
Trump Offers To Help Mexico Amid Oil Price War Scheme

Trump Offers To Help Mexico Amid Oil Price Wars

US President Donald Trump declared in a White House briefing on Friday that he offered to help Mexico in a ploy to end the oil price war.
Mexico’s Economy Declined by 0.14 Percent Last Year

Mexico's Economy Declined by 0.14% Last Year

With the GDP drop in last year's fourth period, Mexico registered two consecutive quarters of economic contraction, thus meeting the technical definition of a recession.
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Coronavirus Is Hurting Latin America's Economy

Enocomies in Latin American countries are affected with the effects of coronavirus.
Brazil’s Weak Currency Due to Agricultural Boom Poses Danger to Amazon

How Brazil's Weak Currency Further Threatens the Amazon Rainforest

The danger of losing the earth's biggest ecological frontier is further bolstered by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's farm-friendly initiatives, according to economists.
Haiti Suffers from Economic Collapse After Political Protests

Haiti Suffers from Economic Collapse After Political Protests

The two months of demonstrations to demand the resignation of Haiti President Jovenel Moïse has subsided but hundreds of thousands of people in Haiti are now suffering from economic collapse.
Brazil at Risk of Losing Right to Vote in U.N. Due to Debt

Brazil at Risk of Losing Right to Vote in U.N. Due to Debt

Brazil may lose its right to vote at the United Nations if it does not pay a portion of the $400 million it owes the organization by the end of 2019.
President Lopez Obrador Says Weak Mexican Economy is Growing

Despite Weak Growth of Mexico's Economy, President Claims it is Rising

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador claimed that Mexico's economy is doing 'very well,' despite having narrowly avoided recession in the past year.
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Emerging Nations Increasingly Connect to Internet, Use More Smartphones

Emerging nations are becoming more connected to technology and are embracing the Internet and smartphones. In the past two years, the percentage of people in emerging and developing nations who say they use the Internet and own a smartphone has risen substantially.
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Where Millennials Will and Should Invest in 2016

Many millennials are cautious about making investments in stocks, and many distrust Wall Street all together. Those who are investing are putting their money into companies and industries they care about or are interested in.
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Millennials Not Confident in Future of the US

Millennials may have different opinions on political and social issues than older generations, but one thing they have in common with their parents and grandparents is their outlook on the future of the United States. Millennials are concerned about the country's future, just like Generation Xers and Baby Boomers were when they were young.
Financial Markets Drop Globally

Dow Falls 450 Points After Chinese Stocks Drop

The Dow is having its worst first day of the year in 84 years
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