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U.S. fourth quarter GDP growth may be revised higher: economistsReuters: Economic News | March 12, 2014WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. fourth-quarter growth is likely to be revised higher after services industry data on Wednesday suggested a much stronger pace of consumer spending than the government had...[FULL STORY]
Transatlantic Economic Sanctions Against RussiaRealTime Economic Issues Watch | March 7, 2014As the crisis in Ukraine deepens, US and European officials have announced a series of punitive economic sanctions against the Russian seizure of Crimea. To date, these sanctions have been narrowly focused and with limited consequence. Trade and investment negotiations with Russia have been...[FULL STORY]
Wealth Redistribution the Voters Understand, And SupportBrookings: Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | March 12, 2014The President and most Democrats in Congress favor boosting the minimum wage. So do most voters. The President and Congressional Democrats also favor...[FULL STORY]
Sri Lanka: Bring up the bodiesThe Economist: Asia | March 6, 2014EVIDENCE of past atrocities keeps turning up in Sri Lanka. Last year 154 bodies were unearthed from a mass grave behind a hospital in Matale, in the centre of the island—victims, in all likelihood, of an uprising by Marxist rebels in the 1980s. In February an excavation in Mannar,...[FULL STORY]
African demography: The dividend is delayedThe Economist: Middle East and Africa | March 6, 2014HOW unusual is Africa’s demography? If you take a selection of countries, from Algeria and Tunisia in the north to Botswana and South Africa in the south,...[FULL STORY]
Separatism in Quebec: Unspoken desireThe Economist: The Americas | March 6, 2014Encore une fois, Marois?
SINCE its founding in 1968, the separatist Parti Québécois (PQ) has had a single goal—independence for the largely French-speaking province of Quebec. When it won majorities in 1976...[FULL STORY]
Turkish politics: Anatolia (mostly) loves ErdoganThe Economist: Europe | March 6, 2014“WE GAVE you new hospitals, we gave you proper schools,” roars the mayor of Kayseri, Mehmet Ozhaseki. Veiled housewives chant back, “Kayseri is proud of you,” as the mayor boasts of the achievements of...[FULL STORY]
Guest Blogger Nathan Brooks, Tea Party in Boston? Sorry, I won’t make it because I can’t afford the airline ticketLarry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | March 11, 2014Nathan Brooks has worked for over 15 years in the travel business, with stints in airlines, hotels and travel agencies. He is also a 2008 graduate of the Kelley School of Business MBA program, despite the best efforts of Dr. Davidson.When I was in...[FULL STORY]
High Frequency Bitcoin Trading Coming Your Way; Reflections on "The Right Pedigree", Bitcoin is Here to StayMish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 12, 2014Wall Street has officially embraced bitcoin. And why not? Wall Street can scalp fractions of bitcoins just as easily as fractions of pennies....[FULL STORY]
Support Advanced Manufacturing Innovation!Jerry Jasinowski | March 10, 2014President Obama's manufacturing initiative, centering on regional "hubs" where advanced concepts will be developed, is evoking yawns from Republicans in Congress and only scattered support from business, but it strikes me as an excellent concept and one the business community should rally behind. In...[FULL STORY]
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