7 Mistakes Forex Traders Should Avoid

  • 21/06/2017 13:34 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic highlights seven mistakes that Forex traders should avoid to come out with the best benefits from trading. 

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Potential candidates for Fed Chair after Yellen

  • 15/06/2017 13:50 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic based on Bloomberg survey of economists revealed that the person most likely to be Trump’s nominee as Fed Chair is Janet Yellen. With a score of 30 out of 100, Yellen has the best chance of having another four-year term as Fed Chair after the expiry of her term in February. However, Kevin Warsh, John Taylor, Glenn Hubbard and Gary Cohn were not far behind Yellen, which...

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Options on the table for UK Brexit talks

  • 13/06/2017 08:33 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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As the 2017 Parliamentary election has resulted in a hung Parliament, Prime Minister Theresa May might look for softer options during Brexit negotiations with the EU. The infographic highlights the multiple options on the table by revealing the difference between various European models. Meanwhile, there are expectations that Britain could shift to the Norway model, which means joining the...

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How Theresa May’s snap election gamble failed

  • 09/06/2017 13:24 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic shows how Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May has lost the 2017 UK general election on June 8. May has lost her majority in the Commons as she lost 12 seats that were needed to seal majority, while Jeremy Corbyn managed to restore the Labour’s position as a serious electoral force. Now, Britain is heading to a hung Parliament, thereby raising uncertainty about the Br...

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Countries with the highest immigrants gap

  • 26/05/2017 09:38 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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With 14.4 percent, Sweden and Netherlands have the biggest immigrants gap among the Organization for Economic Cooperation and development countries.The immigration employment gap is calculated by native-born employment-to-population ratio minus foreign-born ratio. On the other hand, Israel, Italy and the United States have the narrowest gap in employment between native-born and foreig...

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Most common causes of death in the UK

  • 25/05/2017 14:09 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic plots the most common causes of death in the U.K., according to UK's National Health Service. Larger circles represent the leading causes of death, where the atlas of risk NHS is averaged among population. The chart shed the light on a key fact, which is people should fear death from smoking cigarettes than dying in a murder or accident.

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World fragility in 2016 lower than predicted, new index shows

  • 19/05/2017 14:04 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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World fragility in 2016 was not as worse as the news suggested, according to a new index of global fragility by the Find for Peace. The index measures the fragility of each country by a score from zero to 120, based on “100 measures are blended into 12 indicators of fragility, from group grievances to the quality of public services,” according to the Economist.The results showed that there wa...

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Top 10 US Employers 2017

  • 15/05/2017 12:51 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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Statista and Forbes conducted a survey on America’s best employers in 2017 by asking 30,000 workers at U.S. companies a key question: how likely would you be to recommend your employer to a friend or family member on a scale of 0-10? The results put Costco, the second-biggest retailer in the world after Walmart, at the top of the ranking with 9.58 out of 10. Given its generous benefi...

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Why Marketers Should Give More Attention To Mobile Ads?

  • 09/05/2017 11:20 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic shows the importance of mobile ads and how marketers are falling behind the curve on mobile. It also provides tips to capture the mobile opportunity.

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Countries where media freedom is very low

  • 05/05/2017 11:30 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic shows countries with the least public perception of median Freedom, according to Gallup.Public perception about press freedom in Mauritania got the worst mark after dropping 12 parentage points between 2015 and 2016. Countries with the lowest level of press freedom were those with repressive or authoritarian regimes or destinations characterized by conflict. On th...

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The Business Of Video Games In Details

  • 25/04/2017 12:04 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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Most probably the business of video games will continue to grow in coming years, as just content spending has been gaining more than $1 billion a year since 2011, annual report by the Entertainment Software Association showed.Content sales, which represents 5/6 of industry spending, advanced 1.2 billion in 2016 to hit an all-time high. The infographic provides details about annual spe...

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List Of Countries With The Largest Military Spending

  • 24/04/2017 14:53 PM
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The infographic shows top countries in terms of military spending in 2016 based on the most recent report by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. The report signaled the world’s aggregate spending on defense edged up by 0.4 percent from 2015 to $1.686 trillion last year. The U.S. came in the first place with military spending reaching $611 billion. That’s much higher than th...

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China's State-Owned Car Manufacturing Machine

  • 20/04/2017 12:36 PM
  • Amir El Araby
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Since overtaking Japan in 2009, China has been the undisputed leader in terms of car production volume. In 2015, the country manufactured a total of 21 million on its soil. While a large amount of these vehicles are produced in conjunction with big global players such as VW, a significant share of production comes from Chinese companies - most of which those in the west have never actually heard o...

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Indians, Chinese workers dominate most of US H-1B visas

  • 20/04/2017 11:00 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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U.S. Department data showed that Indian and Chinese workers won most of H-1B visas issued in 2016, raising questions about the ability of President Donald Trump to give the priority to American talents.Indians were granted 126,692 H-1B visas last year, followed by 21,657 visas for Chinese workers, given the fact that these visas are dominated by high-tech, industrial and medical jobs....

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Large US cities shifting from ownership to renting

  • 19/04/2017 11:46 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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According to the latest report by the U.S. Census Bureau, home ownership through mortgage has retreated in most large U.S. cities in 2015. The statistics show that 52 out of the 100 biggest cities in America were dominated by renting in 2015, noting that 21 of them shifted from ownership to rent since 2009. The largest shift towards renting was depicted in Atlanta, as ownership tumbled from 5...

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Countries with the largest number of executions

  • 14/04/2017 09:18 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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Despite the secrete record of death executions in some countries, China is predicted to be the world’s largest executer, according to Amnesty International estimates released on April 11.Vietnam came in the fourth place during the 2013-2016 period, following Iran and Saudi Arabia.By region, Asia remained the highest, as 11 of the 23 countries where executions took place last year were Asian....

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Comparison between N.Korea, S.Korea military strength

  • 13/04/2017 11:48 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic provides a comparison between the military strength in North Korea and South Korea. It could answer a key question: How well equipped is the South Korean military to fend off any offense from Pyongyang? “North Korea's considerable number of artillery pieces could prove devastating in any conflict. Even if the south manages to repel an invasion, success would come with a su...

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German products enjoy highest reputation worldwide

  • 04/04/2017 13:26 PM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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German products have the highest reputation worldwide, a new study by Statistica’s Made-In-Country-Index 2017 showed. The index, which includes 49 countries, signaled that the world loves “Made in Germany,” given the high-quality products of Europe’s biggest economy. Germany topped the ranking with a score of 100, followed by Switzerland, where UK came fourth and the United States sha...

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Potential Brexit Impact On Supply Chain

  • 30/03/2017 11:35 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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The infographic sheds light on potential effects of Britain’s EU exit, with focus on had Brexit risks and the possible strategy to stand against Brexit uncertainty. Losing a great merit such as minimal paperwork and zero tariffs could force companies to adopt a tremendous change to their supply chains, and therefore suitable strategies must be set to deal with the risk of both hard and sof...

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Measuring People’s Happiness, Misery

  • 23/03/2017 09:10 AM
  • Ahmed Mamdouh
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A new study by the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and the Ernesto Illy Foundation tries to measure people’s happiness and misery in a sample of three rich countries and one poor. The study aims to measure what makes people happy and sad by using criterions such as mental illness, unemployment and poverty. The author argues that easing misery to one person is far more important than...

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