Current is a feature for clients of TrueStar Advisors. On a weekly or more often basis, we list links with occasional commentary as to what we are discussing in-house. Current is not a comprehensive tell-all, instead, it is our way or providing a glimpse as to what we're talking about over coffee, lunch, in the hallways while leaning against a wall, or in the board room.
Indian authorities are now taking steps to identify Rohingyas by collecting their biometric data and will detain them so that they may be deported to Myanmar in batches. COMMENT: With Foxconn and Apple moving some manufacturing to India, will the BPCP (Business Political Correctness Police) make this an issue?
‘Yellow vest’ protests are a good excuse to look at tax burdens There are a lot of problems with this article but it does one thing, set a starting point for discussing what is going on in France and othe EU locations.
I won big and he didn’t’: Trump blasts Mitt Romney for scathing op-ed COMMENT: It is the concensus at the firm that we are watching the old guard Republican establishment burn the house down because the newest resident in the guest house was not their choice. The same is true for the Democratic Party but with multiple twists. The ongoing question we have is: "How long before a collective of quiet business leaders say 'enough is enough' of this nonsense. Get to work and do something positive."
Oman gov't to tap capital markets to plug budget gap Gulf nation is looking to raise $6.2bn internationally and at home to cover bulk of budget shortfall COMMENT: Oman’s government, whose budget deficit is among the largest of all the sovereigns tracked by Fitch Ratings, will tap capital markets for a fourth straight year to plug a fiscal gap vulnerable to lower oil prices. What will this mean for an area rife with violence to the south and difficult relations at best among neighboring states?