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Lending rate at a relatively low level

Outside of China for the high lending rates, banks spreads too much criticism, the central bank monetary policy department data research group recently conducted a comparative study, which published an article that, regardless compared with emerging economies or BRIC countries, China’s loans interest rates are at relatively low levels, bank spreads in all economies are at a relatively modest level. 510 more words


2014 Shadow FOMC Statement

Firstly I would like to thank the FOMC for allowing the creation of the Shadow FOMC. In these times of controversial monetary policy, it seems only prudent to have a loyal opposition. 1,165 more words

Highest annual GDP growth for 10 years

Another reason to vote National for strong, stable government and a growing economy:

New Zealand continues to enjoy one of the fastest-growing economies in the developed world, confirming that the Government’s sensible economic programme is taking New Zealand in the right direction, Finance Minister Bill English says. 271 more words


China's Development:

New Year, New China

At the turn of the Chinese New Year, the country is at an historic point in its development. China has the opportunity to revamp its existing economic system, to redress its imbalances and set the country on a more sustainable path in 2014. 789 more words


KC’s Modest Growth Rates Persist in Latest GDP Data

By Jeff Pinkerton

New local area Gross Domestic Product numbers for 2013 were released recently, and the Kansas City metro continues to show positive — but modest — economic growth. 174 more words

Economic Growth

Poverty, Shopping, and American Inequality

Americans love to shop. More than a mere mundane exercise in the exchange of script for goods and services, shopping in the U.S. has long been a kind of secular ritual. 1,454 more words