Serious water shortage hits Luanda, Angola

Serious water shortage hits Luanda, Angola

Angola is facing severe water shortages. Water utility in Luanda, Angola’s capital, vowed to repair a burst water main within days, to end shortages that have lasted a week across much of Luanda. Prices of water have doubled due to the shortage, jumping from 7000 to as

The banking backstory behind Friday the 13th

The banking backstory behind Friday the 13th

The unlucky Friday the 13th is one of the most well-recognized superstitions in the Western world.  This tradition is over 700 years old and has a very interesting origin.During the 12th century there was a massive religious war that consumed most of Europe and

The shocking truth of the pending EU collapse!

The shocking truth of the pending EU collapse!

Problem, reaction, solution.In search for end of economic crisis the EU leaders reached an agreement and signed a Treaty establishing European stability mechanism (ESM). Critics say the ESM resembles an enabling act, because it severely confines the economic

2011: Fourteen billion-dollar weather disasters, most in U.S. history

2011: Fourteen billion-dollar weather disasters, most in U.S. history

Through August, the National Climatic Data Center (NCDC) estimated that ten weather disasters costing at least $1 billion had hit the U.S., at total cost of up to $45 billion. However, the October 29 snow storm brings us up to eleven billion-dollar disasters. Flood

Return to real money: China to install more than 2,000 gold ATMs

Return to real money: China to install more than 2,000 gold ATMs

The return to real money is making swift gains as public distrust and uncertainty about the viability of fiat currencies continues to grow. And according to a recent report in Digital Journal, some countries, including China, are actually installing automated teller