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Looking forward to what we can expect for the future of gold I spoke with the Head of Commodity Strategy at TD Securities, Bart Melek. To summarize his thoughts, he forecasted that gold prices could reach $1,700 USD soon. Gold...
This virus is not one you would get on your laptop after deep web diving, but instead, one you might catch from travelling a little bit too far out of the country. The news over the last few weeks...
Irresponsible subprime lending by financial institutions, credit default swaps, and highly levered players contributed to the largest crisis to the financial system since the Great Depression. Confidence in banks and other financial service companies collapsed, and many citizens experienced...
“In each revolution, we create a brand-new way of trading, transacting and storing value — but we don't get rid of the old ones. So, 5,000 years ago, we invented money; we still have money. Three hundred years ago...
As of recent, stock markets have been increasingly volatile due to the wide spread of coronavirus. New reports from January 30, 2020 now indicate that 34 airlines have canceled flights to airports in China (Pallini, 2020). These actions...
With the CDC issuing a mandatory quarantine for the first time in more than 50 years to Wuhan citizens, more than 9000 infected, the inversion of the yield-curve and the global indices realizing losses at an increasing rate –...

Meet Kim Brooks

Note from the Editorial Board: Back in December 2019 the then incoming (now co-Dean) of the Faculty of Management, Kim Brooks, sat down with the Dalhousie Business Review and answered some of our most pressing and requested questions. The...
As a recent undergraduate of the John Molson School of Business at Concordia, Lucas Fraser dug into the world of sustainability and built his own start-up; Circle Environmental Solutions. From an emerging interest in the topic after returning from...
A common occurrence (maybe too common) in my household are debates between my father and I regarding the potential for China to surpass the magnitude of Western innovation, namely in the domain of information technology. I argued that...
In 2012, an article in The American Interest made waves heralding the “End of the University as We Know It”. In this article, the author predicted that half of the colleges and universities in the United States would disappear...