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"Diane Coyle thinks today's surging prices will have two profound consequences for Western economies."
"Diane Coyle thinks today's surging prices will have two profound consequences for Western economies."
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"Approximately half of the economists associated with a leading business economics organization said in a new survey that they do not have much confidence in the Federal Reserve’s ability to bring down inflation without triggering a _...Read More_
"Approximately half of the economists associated with a leading business economics organization said in a new survey that they do not have much confidence in the Federal Reserve’s ability to bring down inflation without triggering a _...Read More_
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"Jim O'Neill gives four reasons for questioning whether economic forecasters' current pessimism is still justified."
"Jim O'Neill gives four reasons for questioning whether economic forecasters' current pessimism is still justified."
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"Restrained approach likely reflects concerns over rising debt, diminishing returns from spending."
"Restrained approach likely reflects concerns over rising debt, diminishing returns from spending."
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"The global financial crisis brought large economies together but the current crisis comes at a time of deep division"
"The global financial crisis brought large economies together but the current crisis comes at a time of deep division"
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>"The US job openings, a key economical indicator, experienced its 2nd largest decline EVER. This may predict a gloomy future, since..."
>"The US job openings, a key economical indicator, experienced its 2nd largest decline EVER. This may predict a gloomy future, since..."
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"Robert J. Barro shows that two consecutive quarters of negative US growth have almost always preceded an official downturn designation."
"Robert J. Barro shows that two consecutive quarters of negative US growth have almost always preceded an official downturn designation."
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"Anatole Kaletsky thinks investors’ current overconfidence about the global economy’s prospects reflects four cognitive biases."
"Anatole Kaletsky thinks investors’ current overconfidence about the global economy’s prospects reflects four cognitive biases."
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>"For politicians and the media, the big question seems to be, are we technically in a recession or not? For the millions of people struggling, the question is: What’s the difference?"
>"For politicians and the media, the big question seems to be, are we technically in a recession or not? For the millions of people struggling, the question is: What’s the difference?"
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>"It’s the numbers that matter, not the nomenclature."
>"It’s the numbers that matter, not the nomenclature."
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"An extended period of low growth and high inflation would do more damage to the economy than a brief recession."
"An extended period of low growth and high inflation would do more damage to the economy than a brief recession."
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"You'll probably hear more people say the US is in a recession, but several measures of economic health show the rebound still running strong."
"You'll probably hear more people say the US is in a recession, but several measures of economic health show the rebound still running strong."
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"The US economy shrank for a second straight quarter. While some call that a recession or a strong sign of one, a financial economist explains why the term probably doesn’t yet apply."
"The US economy shrank for a second straight quarter. While some call that a recession or a strong sign of one, a financial economist explains why the term probably doesn’t yet apply."