Iowas governor Signed an Abortion Law

Iowas governor Kim Reynolds has recently signed one of the countries most restriction abortion ban into law. Now Kim Reynolds understands that this type of policy can be controversial but she has already explained that regardless of what people feel she is not going to be backing down on what she believes in.

“Planned Parenthood” has already overheard and has been expressing their outrage over this. Executive Vice president of planned parenthood has already explained that they will be suing the state of Iowa over law and that she is tired of politicians in Iowa being hell bent on controlling women’s bodies.

Now the stipulations for this law include exceptions in which an abortion would still be allowed. These exceptions include a situation where pregnancy threatens the life of the pregnant woman or if theirs a case in which the fetus will not survive birth. Now there are also open exceptions for cases of rape or incest, but the woman would have to report on it within 45 days which has been stated at https://www.buzzfeed.com/emaoconnor/iowa-now-has-the-most-restrictive-abortion-law-in-the?bfsplash&utm_term=.vfBdnDj6n#.rkOL9RGn9

Due to there being two conflicting sides to the argument there will be more to be discussed therefore, it is unsure if this law would even pass or not. These types of bills have had their fair share of history trying to get passed but never really got signed until this one. There has been one in Iowa once before in 2016 but got vetoed by Republican John Kasich. So overall, this bill may cause a high amount of controversy but will continue to be looked at and discussed.

Trump administration holds off on imposing tariffs on Mexico, Canada and the EU

Trump threatened to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum from China, Mexico, the European Union and Canada. While the fate of the Chinese tariff remains uncertain, Trump announced he would hold off on imposing tariffs on Mexico, Canada and the European Union, according to the Chicago Tribune. The president remains concerned with many Chinese economic policies and is waiting for the nation to make concessions.

China’s lax treatment of international intellectual property laws has been a problem for administrations before the current one. Previous presidents kept the current policy intact while making noise about getting the Chinese to respect the intellectual property rights of other nations. Trump is the second president to do more than just make noise. George W. Bush also attempted to correct the situation during his administration.

His policy on the European Union has confused many people as he praises individual countries while criticizing others. Trade relations with Mexico have cooled since the administration placed tariffs on the import of certain produce from the nation. Tensions have increased over the course of his presidency. Comments he made during the campaign and his repeated threat to build a wall and make Mexico pay for it. Mexican president Vicente Fox took to national television to make it clear that Mexico had no intention of paying for Trump’s wall.

All of these trade wars come during Robert Mueller’s investigation and continued accusation of the president’s campaign. The president’s recent hire Rudi Giuliani to help with his legal woes. As the case gets closer, the president’s threats to fire Mueller increase.

Jim Toner’s Assistance To Financial Freedom

Jim toner is a real-estate entrepreneur and a re-known author who has grown in his career for more than two decades. Through his experience, skills, and knowledge, he has worked as more than an entrepreneur in other fields such as being a radio show host, a speaker as well as a consultant. Therefore, he maximizes his potential for personal benefit and the benefit of others.

Through his expertise, many people especially thousands of real estate investors have benefited and grown to greater heights. The growth is influenced by the tactics Jim Toner uses which involves an outline of plan and guidance leading to financial freedom. Moreover, the impacts knowledge to many on investment tips through his talks arranged by many people which enable him to talk in different parts of the nation. Currently, he is working with a Private Client Group and coaching groups where he ventures into real estate and coaches clients occasionally on real estate and other entrepreneurial tips.

Having the opportunity to write several books, he has used this channel to express his views as well as suggestions on investment tips and other business-related issues. Through his writings, many people have gained insight into the real business world and earned a few tips which will facilitate growth. One of the books which have helped the public and is available on Amazon.com is that of The Consumer Guide to Investment Real Estate: How to Profit in Market Using History’s Greatest Wealth Builder.

In this book, he displays the real market world considering the side which many people do not know about. Jim Toner explains in details how anyone can invest in real estate and see the results according to the outlined goals. For this to be achieved, he explains the change in the market, the changing rules and at the same time the constant fundamentals available. Through this, he gets to explain how these changes help create new opportunities for the investors.

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Trade Meeting Between U.S. And China Has Asian Countries Nervous

Major financial officials in Asia are nervously watching recent trade tension between China and the United States brought on by President Donald Trumps proposal to levy stiff tariffs on Chinese exports.

If the Chinese economy ends up being negatively affected by a trade war with the U.S., China’s trading partners in developing Asian countries may also suffer. That’s why global economic analysts will be closely watching a meeting between U.S. and China negotiators in Beijing this week.

The major players in the meeting will be U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He. They will discuss an array of trade issues including what to do about tariffs. President Trump has made a significant issue about the U.S. trade imbalance with China.

Another factor that has China and many Asian countries on edge is the possibility of interest rate hikes in the U.S. by the Federal Reserve. Indonesian Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati said that higher interest rates in America ripple across the world with a “domino effect.”

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross will also play a major role at the Beijing meeting. He has made a point to lower expectations for any kind of major deal. Chinese officials have already been drawing some definite lines in the sand. For example, one Chinese minister said that his country “will not negotiate away its core interests” and will not accept “preconditions on issues.”

If the new U.S. tariffs get a green light from the White House, they will take effect in June after a 60-day consultation period.

Officials from US and China Meet to Smooth Over Trade Issues

After months of back and forth and threats from both sides, representatives in China and the United States are meeting this week to discuss strategies to avoid a brewing trade war between the two countries. The US delegation arrived in Beijing on Thursday for two days of talks in an effort to smooth things over between the world’s two largest economies. President Donald Trump sent two his top advisers to the negotiations, choosing Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.

Earlier this year, Trump threatened a series of tariffs on imported Chinese goods and China responded with of list of their own tariffs equalling billion of dollars on both sides. In addition to deescalating tensions, the US delegation hopes to make progress in a few other key areas. US officials are hoping to convince China to buy more US goods in an effort to cut the $375 billion deficit. The goal of the talks is to come out of the deal with an agreement by China to purchase an additional $50 billion worth of goods per year. The US also hopes to gain access to more foreign markets through negotiations with China. Lastly, American companies operating in China want Trump to pressure the Chinese government to do more to protect the integrity of their intellectual property. Trump has previously cited this theft and counterfeiting of goods as a major reason for imposing the tariffs.

New EU Budget Revealed

The first post-Brexit European Union (EU) budget plan is causing tension between the region have’s and have-nots. The 2021-2027 EU budget was revealed on Wednesday by Budget Commissioner Guenther Oettinger. The financial hole left by the exit of the UK is a big gap to fill and the new budget reflects that shortfall. The hole will work out to be a deficit of €12-14bn annually, which will need to be made up through a combination of increased demands on other member nations, as well as cuts in spending elsewhere.

The current 2014-2020 budget accounts for approximately 1% of the 28-member county’s total gross national income (GNI). The new budget will clock in at about €1tn (£879bn; $1.2tn). This represents an increase of about .1% of total GNI, which equates to approximately €1.28tn spread over the seven years of the budget period.

The new budget proposal is far from a done deal. Politicians and economists are preparing for months of debate leading up to the vote to approve the new plan. Under EU rules, all member countries must approve the proposal with a unanimous vote. The EU budget officials will aim to have the plan approved prior to next May’s European Parliament elections. Other hot-button issues will surely be brought into the battle over the budget to use as leverage. Included among these issues is the debate over the EU’s obligation to take in fleeing refugees and anger that some countries are pulling more than their fair share of the weight.

Ryan Seacrest and His Ventures

Ryan Seacrest is a prominent TV and Radio presenter. He has served on various TV and Radio stations both local, national and international. His career is one of the most competitive in the globe, but Ryan scales up regardless of the competition stiffness. Recently, Ryan joined Kelly Ripa who is his co-host presenter in Live. Ryan was hired as a permanent host of the show.

Ryan’s career has seen him work as a host of On Air with Ryan Seacrest show in 102.7 KIIS FM for iHeart Media. He also hosts Top 40 radio Show that is nationally-syndicated. Ryan is the ABC’s Annual New Year’s Eve official producer.

His passion and interest in entrepreneurship have driven him to get involved in several companies in the entertainment industry. Ryan focuses on programs that are youth-oriented. Youth initiatives are among the most significant issues that have a global impact.

Ryan J. Seacrest was born on December 24, 1974. He is popular for his radio and TV presentation shows. He is also a producer. Ryan won consecutive award nominations for Emmy Awards from 2004 to 2013. He also appeared in the nominations of the same award in 2016. Ryan Seacrest received the Emmy Award in 2010 for his production of Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution. In 2012, Seacrest received a nomination of the same award.

Ryan was born into a wealthy family. His father was a real estate Lawyer, and his mother was a homemaker. His mother once revealed that Ryan used to pick up a microphone and pretend to be holding shows in the house when he was a child. His mother hinted that Ryan’s career is an inborn talent and a childhood dream.

Ryan went to Dunwoody High School at 14. He received an internship at WSTR FM while still studying in High School. After High School, Seacrest joined the University of Georgia where he studied Journalism. He started his career at a local radio station. Ryan left the University of Georgia at 19.

Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest)  was among the fellows who were honored by the University of Georgia where he was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters degree. He gave one of the most celebrated speeches during the graduation.

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A Stress Test for the Global Economy

The fiscal policies of the current US Administration, with its America-first drivers, have deviated from previous Administration’s policies, and provide a stress test to the global economy, according to a recent Bloomberg News article.

Dangers Beneath the Surface
On the surface the news looks good. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) World Economic Outlook is forecasting global growth of about 4% for the next two years. The Bloomberg article, however, suggests that the positive outlook may be misleading. Risks are increasing beneath the surface, it says, and some of these dangers are being created right here in the USA.
These risks include:
Continued Loose Monetary Policy
• Continued Loose Monetary Policy
Unprecedented US Debt
• Unprecedented US Debt
Excessive Fiscal Stimulus via the Recent Tax Cuts
• Excessive Fiscal Stimulus via the Recent Tax Cuts
Trade War Saber Rattling
• Trade War Saber Rattling

Discussion
Monetary policy remains very loose in the US, Europe and in other parts of the world. Global economies, however, have already picked up. Balancing interest-rate rises will stress growth going forward. In the US particularly, recent congressional passing of a major tax cut may excessively stimulate the American economy. Also, as an unpleasant backdrop, the US nation debt continues to shoot up.

Presidents Trump’s aggressive posture regarding trade deals is a critical mix in the overall equation. The threat of trade wars is real, and if realized, could quickly impact the economies of the globe. Only time will tell how these concerns will play out.

Brazil Wants Free Trade

Although the economy of Brazil isn’t the greatest in the world – quite literally – it’s still significant, considering that the nation is so large, but more importantly because it is home to more people than any other country on planet Earth, with the exceptions of China, India, the United States, and Thailand.

According to Eduardo Guardia, the finance chief of the nation of Brazil, the nation is against protectionism, or policies in countries that keep their own goods for themselves, rather than trading them throughout the globalized world at large.

Mr. Guardi said in an interview with CNBC, “Brazil wants to become a more open economy,” which roughly translated, in terms of practicality, that the nation’s financial leaders, including all those within the ranks of Brazil, that the nation wants to import more goods and from outside of its orders, as well as export raw materials, commodities, and other indirect sources of economic activity poured back into Brazil, rather than kept within its own barriers.

Such sharing cam about at the International Money Fund Spring Meetings in 2018, which was held in none other than the great ol’ United States, in its capital city of Washington, D.C.

Despite the fact that the economy of Brazil will certainly reap the benefits of the trade war that’s going on between the United States and China, as both of the countries will go to Brazil for business, the nation is clear about its thinking that free trade is the way to go in terms of economic success.

Japanese Cryptocurrency Soars

When it comes to cryptocurrency, the nation of Japan has had an interesting approach. In fact, it is purported that the original creator of Bitcoin, an individual known as Satoshi Nakamoto, was Japanese. However, no one really knows whether or not this is actually true. What we do know for a fact is that Japan has its own cryptocurrency. Known as Monacoin, this cryptocurrency was actually started as a joke. In fact, the founder, a person called Mr. Watanabe, wanted Monacoin to operate as a type of game currency. But the Japanese people had other things in mind.

 

Boasting a cat emoji for its logo, Monacoin was started back on January 1, 2014. With users and developers adding their input, this crypto has become much more advanced than it originally was. With one Monacoin equal to approximately $3.74 at this point, Japan appears to be priming its infrastructure for this crypto to stick around. In fact, some people are even pushing to use Monacoin to buy real estate—and the markets are listening. Some brick-and-mortar stores, as well as online outlets, have also started to accept Monacoin. Additionally, a Twitter users have set up a tipping system that allows them to send Monacoin to others.

 

After the collapse of Mt. Gox, the Japanese people craved a cryptocurrency that could be seen as more stable and secure—and they have found this in Monacoin.