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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]
Nothing Normal about this “Normalization”RealTime Economic Issues Watch | July 26, 2016The US Federal Reserve will almost certainly leave interest rates unchanged at its July meeting. If so, it will be the fifth consecutive meeting at which the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) has declined to raise the federal funds rate. When rates were first...[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]
Unwelcome guestsThe Economist: Asia | July 28, 2016More common than ever
EVEN for a country as inured to war as Afghanistan, the strike on a crowd of peaceful protesters in Kabul on July 23rd was shocking. Bombs killed 81 people, perhaps the deadliest such attack in the capital since the civil war two decades ago. Islamic State...[FULL STORY]
Worse than the RussiansThe Economist: Middle East and Africa | July 28, 2016NINETY years ago Britain’s planes bombed unruly tribes in the Arabian peninsula to firm up the rule of Abdel Aziz ibn Saud, the founder of the Saudi...[FULL STORY]
Not yet medal contendersThe Economist: The Americas | July 28, 2016WHEN Rio de Janeiro won the right almost seven years ago to host the Olympic games in 2016, the cidade maravilhosa (wonderful city) seemed to deserve its nickname. Violence, as much...[FULL STORY]
Cross purposesThe Economist: Europe | July 28, 2016Tough crowd
THE window over the main door of the Bishop’s Palace in Krakow is known as the Pope’s Window. It was from here that John Paul II, born Karol Wojtyla, used to address his...[FULL STORY]
Can We Agree on a Way to Stimulate Economic Growth?Larry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | July 26, 2016Last week I tried to make a simple point. Our government needs to prioritize and focus. My preference is to focus on economic growth and security. My assumption is that either candidate once elected with an earnest goal of promoting growth could find enough...[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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