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A Developed World With Only 1% GDP

The US, EU, UK, and Japan were supposed to emerge from a great recession this year. The experience of past recessions would indicate that GDP should pick up to 3% ...
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In Bernanke We Trust?

Ben Bernanke, head of the Federal Reserve, is credited by many people for lifting America and much of the rest of the world out of the financial crisis of 2008 ...
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China And The US, Economies Move In Different Directions

China reported that its economy expanded by 11.1% in the first half and "only" 10.2% in the second quarter. That was viewed by most analysts as a "slowing' although it ...
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Concerns Of Global Recession Rise And China Slows

The list of reasons that show the global economic recovery is slowing grows longer by the day. The US employment and real estate troubles have extended into June after hopeful ...
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Moody’s May Downgrade Spain’s Aaa Rating, Contagion Rules

There is another reason for the embattled euro to sell off. Moody's says it may downgrade Spain's debt which currently has an Aaa rating. The agency said, "Moody's decision to ...
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Net Public Debt To GDP Nearly Doubles 1990-2015

Encouraging news from the Treasury Department. The ratio of net debt-to-GDP is forecast to go from 41.5% in 1990 to 73.1% in 2015 provided that the economy meets extremely aggressive ...
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Has GDP Growth Disappeared? Leading Economic Indicator Stalls

High unemployment, lack of credit availability for small businesses and consumers, and slow wage growth may have caught up to an American economy which has been on the mend since ...
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China GDP Surges 11.9% In Q1, US Trade Issues Lurk

China's first quarter GDP growth rate was a sizzling 11.9%. The improvement was the best in three years and shows that the economy in the People's Republic has returned to ...
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What 10% Mortgage Rates Do To Housing

Mortgage rates moved above 5% last week and many economists expect the number to rise above 6% by the end of the year. "It certainly will make it harder for ...
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The American Consumer Sees His Shadow

Consumer borrowing dropped in February by 5.6% to an annual rate of $2.45 trillion, according to the Federal Reserve. Revolving credit, a good proxy for credit card debt, dropped by 13.1%. ...
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California Pensions Could Be Short A Third Of A Trillion Dollars

In an age in which government spending is measured in hundreds of billions of dollars, the potential shortfall in California pension plans is shocking. A new study from the Stanford ...
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China’s On Fire As Factory Production Rises Again

The recession and unemployment across the world must have been cured. How else could China's factories push out more and more products every month as concerns about its economy overheating ...
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A Flood Of Energy M&A: Schlumberger Buys Smith For $11 Billon

The acquisition by Schlumberger Ltd. (SLB) of competitor Smith International Inc. (SII) for $11 billion could be another sign that mergers and acquisitions in the energy sector will pick ...
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Top 10 Analyst Calls (AMSF, AMCC, DMND, DLB, GDP, FLO, QLGC, RHT, SONS, URBN)

These are ten of the top research calls with upgrades and downgrades from Wall Street analysts this Friday morning: Amerisafe (AMSF) Raised to Outperform at Oppenheimer. Applied Micro Circuits (AMCC) ...
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Forgetting About Japan

Most of the focus of the recession has been on the US and China. It makes sense to try to examine economic activity in the world’s largest consuming economy and ...
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