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Economic News

Increased threat of a trade war is ramping up fears of a 'full-blown recession'

Economy | June 22, 2018

Even as growth ramps up, economists worry that a trade war could tip the U.S. into a significant slowdown or a recession.[FULL STORY]

General Economy

Female accident inspectors hit Saudi roads

Reuters Video: World News | June 22, 2018

Saudi Arabia's first batch of women car accident inspectors are training to respond to incidents involving female drivers, who will be allowed to drive in the conservative Muslim kingdom starting on Sunday when a decades-old ban ends.[FULL STORY]

Global Spin

Four cures for automation anxiety

Brookings Topics - U.S. Economic Performance | June 21, 2018

By Robert E. LitanFor all the attention given by politicians in both parties to trade and globalization as a threat to the middle...[FULL STORY]


On The Global Pulse


Kim Jong-un’s tools of coercion

Brookings Topics - Asia and the Pacific | June 21, 2018

By Jung H. PakRecently a tremendous amount of attention has been devoted to North Korea, the summit with the U.S. president, and how that might change the trajectory of Kim Jong-un regime’s relationship with the outside world. We must remember that Kim has a range of options in his...[FULL STORY]

Mid East-Africa

When refugee displacement drags on, is self-reliance the answer?

Brookings Topics - Middle East and North Africa | June 19, 2018

By Elizabeth FerrisWhen most people think of today’s global refugee crisis, they probably imagine masses of people trying to cross into a neighboring country or hundreds of...[FULL STORY]


Smoothing fracking’s boom/bust cycle

Brookings Topics - North America | July 29, 2016

Mark Muro, senior fellow and policy director of the Metropolitan Policy Program, discusses a plan to address the economic boom-bust cycle in states that rely heavily on “fracking” and how this...[FULL STORY]


Angela Merkel to Donald Trump: Thank you for making me great again

Brookings Topics - Europe | June 21, 2018

By Constanze StelzenmüllerDear President Trump, Lieber Donald, It was great—if rather unexpected—to hear about Germany from you on Twitter! It seems only yesterday that we met at the G-7 summit in Canada. That was the one...[FULL STORY]


The Consummate Corner

Larry Davidson

The Fed and the Next Recession

Larry Davidson's Thoughts on Macro and Other Stuff | June 20, 2018

I had so much fun last week graphing wage changes that it spilled over to another graph this week. This time, the graph plots interest rates. Why interest rates? Because interest rates are interest-ing? Ha ha. Of course they are interesting. But a better...[FULL STORY]

Mike Shedlock

Mish Moved Off Blogger to MishTalk.Com - For Email Alerts Please Sign Up Again on MishTalk!

Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis | March 20, 2016

I 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]

Jerry Jasinowski

Government 101

Jerry Jasinowski | January 16, 2018

The Need For True Government Reform– by Jerry Jasinowski The spectacle of President Trump sitting at a table with maybe two[FULL STORY]


I had so much fun last week graphing wage changes that it spilled over to another graph this week. This time, the graph plots interest rates. Why interest rates? Because interest rates are interest-ing? Ha ha. Of course they are interesting. But a better...


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