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Venezuela confirms recession, highest inflation in AmericasReuters: Economic News | December 30, 2014CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela confirmed on Tuesday it had entered a recession while inflation remained the highest in the Americas, and President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government blamed...[FULL STORY]
Is the Brazilian Central Bank Coming to Grips with the Country’s Balance Sheet Recession?RealTime Economic Issues Watch | January 13, 2017After months of waiting for the Brazilian Central Bank to move more aggressively on interest rates as the country’s historic recession continued unabated, the monetary authority has finally cut the reference rate (Selic) by 75 basis points and signaled that it is ready to...[FULL STORY]
What Fed policymakers are saying about possible Trump fiscal stimulusBrookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | January 16, 2017Since the Federal Reserve’s policy-making Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) raised interest rates by ¼ percentage point on Dec. 14, several FOMC members...[FULL STORY]
Sri Lankans protest against Chinese investmentThe Economist: Asia | January 12, 2017Sri Lankan water torture
FOR generations, Priyantha Ananda’s family sold kalu dodol—a sticky sweet made of coconut milk and rice flour—on the old Tangalle road in Hambantota. The government moved his wayside shop in 2008 to build a sprawling commercial port, financed by Chinese loans. He was one of around...[FULL STORY]
Congolese pop musicThe Economist: Middle East and Africa | January 12, 2017Beggars with attitude
IN THE Democratic Republic of Congo there are three ways to make it big, says Lexxus Legal, a rapper (pictured). Standing in his house in...[FULL STORY]
Donald Trump’s presidency is about to hit MexicoThe Economist: The Americas | January 12, 2017WHEN an asteroid hit Earth 66m years ago, wiping out the dinosaurs and 75% of plant and animal species, it hurt Mexico first. Donald Trump’s inauguration is far less frightening, but...[FULL STORY]
Europeans are splitting their votes among ever more partiesThe Economist: Europe | January 12, 2017AFTER two months and three failed rounds of negotiations, Iceland has a government at last. On January 10th Bjarni Benediktsson, leader of the Independence Party, announced that he had struck a deal with two...[FULL STORY]
Truth, Lies, and MisrepresentationsLarry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | January 17, 2017We are learning a lot lately about how people purposely lie and mislead on social media. Especially sad is how people fabricate news stories to the delight of friends who they know will spread the lies multiple times. The term urban legend has been...[FULL STORY]
Mish Moved Off Blogger to MishTalk.Com - For Email Alerts Please Sign Up Again on MishTalk!Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 20, 2016I announced on February 22 Goodbye Blogger, Hello WordPress: Mish's GlobalEconomicAnalysis has Moved to MishTalk.Com. My needs outgrew blogger.The top reason is that...[FULL STORY]
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