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The pros and cons of a ‘technical government’ that could end France’s stalemate

The snap legislative elections called by French President Emmanuel Macron left the country with a hung parliament and no dominant political bloc in power in the lower-house National Assembly for the first time in France’s modern history. One solution proposed to end the deadlock is for a government of experts, or “technocrats”, to take care of the business of government until a coalition can be forged. 

Οι διευρύνσεις στο DNA του Κωνσταντίνου Καραμανλή – Loans for Stock in Greece

«Αι δύο μεγάλαι πολιτικαί παρατάξεις αίτινες προέκυψαν από τον Διχασμόν του 1915 ετερμάτισαν από μακρού χρόνου την αποστολήν των». Αυτή η διαπίστωση βρίσκεται στο ιδρυτικό κείμενο της Εθνικής Ριζοσπαστικής Ενώσεως στις 4 Ιανουαρίου 1956. Και δεν διαπιστώνει απλώς μια ήδη διαμορφωμένη κατάσταση από το 1944, όταν το μεγαλύτερο κομμάτι του Κόμματος των Φιλελευθέρων συνεργάστηκε με

Rothbard in 1972: Another Lone Nut? – Loans for Stock in Austria

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Ελβετία: Θύελλα αντιδράσεων για τον θάλαμο αυτοκτονίας με αέριο – Loans for Stock in Greece

Ο θάλαμος αυτοκτονίας “Sarco” προκαλεί κοινωνικές αναταράξεις στην Ελβετία, καθώς ενδέχεται να χρησιμοποιηθεί «πολύ σύντομα» για πρώτη φορά, όπως ανακοίνωσε σήμερα η οργάνωση The Last Resort που τον προωθεί. 

The Top International ETFs in Canada for July 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

As Canadians, our preference is to invest within our own country. We can do this by buying Canadian shares or ETFs. This approach offers several benefits, such as keeping our funds in Canadian dollars and investing in companies we know well, which gives us a higher comfort level with our investments. Nonetheless, concentrating too heavily

How to Buy NFTS in Canada – Non Fungible Token Guide – Loans for Stock in Canada

You may have encountered the term “non-fungible tokens,” or NFTs, if you’ve been browsing the internet lately. You might not know exactly what they are, or where they come from. But you’ve seen plenty of hexagonal Twitter profile pictures of cartoon apes. And you’ve likely seen an article or two about one of those drawings selling

Πώς φορολογείται το εισόδημα από βραχυχρόνια μίσθωση ακινήτων – Loans for Stock in Greece

Με τον ν. 5073/11.12.23 τροποποιήθηκαν οι διατάξεις που αφορούν τη βραχυχρόνια μίσθωση ακινήτων από 1.1.2024 και προσδιορίσθηκαν οι προϋποθέσεις για το πότε το εισόδημα από τις μισθώσεις αυτές αποτελεί εισόδημα από επιχειρηματική δραστηριότητα και πότε τα αντίστοιχα έσοδα υπάγονται σε ΦΠΑ.

A Review of the Horizons Global Semiconductor Index ETF (CHPS) – Loans for Stock in Canada

Rather read than watch? Read a summary of the video below.If you’re looking to invest in the semiconductor industry without picking individual stocks, Horizon’s Chips ETF might be worth considering. This Canadian fund, which trades under the ticker CHPS, seeks to replicate the performance of the Solactive Global Semiconductor Index. Despite having high fees, Horizon’s Chips

The Best NASDAQ ETFs to Buy in Canada for July 2024 – Loans for Stock in Canada

As Canadian investors, it’s important for us to steer clear of home-country bias by overly focusing our investments on Canadian stocks listed on the TSX. Why? The Canadian economy is not large enough and is exposed to too many cyclical industries such as oil and gas, mining, and financials. Suppose we want to realize more significant returns

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