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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]
US and Global Trade: Economic Fact and Political FictionRealTime Economic Issues Watch | July 1, 2016Proponents of more open trade may have oversold its benefits during the 1990s heyday of commercial liberalization. Now they are reaping some consequences as anti-trade rhetoric vastly exaggerates its costs, with an impressive amount of political traction. Take the United Kingdom’s exit from the...[FULL STORY]
Nine facts about the Great Recession and tools for fighting the next downturnBrookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | May 22, 2016
Between December 2007 and June 2009 the United States experienced the most severe recession in the postwar period. The over 4 percent decline...[FULL STORY]
A pulpit for bulliesThe Economist: Asia | June 30, 2016NARENDRA MODI, India’s prime minister, takes social media seriously, and wants members of his Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) to do the same. A recent report by the BJP’s digital unit ranked all of its ministers and MPs by the number of their followers and diligence in propagating his government’s...[FULL STORY]
Less work and more pray...The Economist: Middle East and Africa | June 30, 2016IN MOST Muslim countries life slows down during Ramadan, the holy month in which the faithful fast during daylight hours. Many people nap during the day and...[FULL STORY]
Unpopular is the peacemakerThe Economist: The Americas | June 30, 2016A strategist, not a salesman
JUAN MANUEL SANTOS, Colombia’s president, could be a candidate for the Nobel peace prize. But a few days after signing a ceasefire agreement with the FARC, effectively...[FULL STORY]
Revolution cancelledThe Economist: Europe | June 30, 2016THE idea of re-running a vote when the first result is unsatisfactory has been getting a bad press recently. But Spain’s second general election in six months, on June 26th, showed that if the...[FULL STORY]
What Else? BrexitLarry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | June 28, 2016Everyone is talking about Brexit. It reminds me of the conversation I overheard after the NBA Championship. One person remarked about how he was very sure that the Cavaliers would win despite being down in the beginning of the series. His curious friend asked...[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]
Brexit AftermathJerry Jasinowski | June 27, 2016[FULL STORY]
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