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The Real Cause of the Financial Crisis: The Bailout and Our GDP

NOTE: This is part three of a multi-article post. Part one. Part Two.

“Those darn Republicans! Their deregulation allowed them to cheat us all into bad loans and mortgages.” You hear this very often in the arguments of the left. 1,320 more words

Economics

Economy unexpectedly slows down -- but there's as silver lining

Statistics Canada said Tuesday the economy posted next to no growth in July as an uptick in manufacturing and construction was offset by declines in natural resource activity and other sectors, like utilities. 353 more words

Money

US Treasury Took Action; Stem Tide of Recent Inversion Deals

Financial News and Portfolio Management Discussion through September 27th

US stocks ended a volatile week down over geopolitical concerns, uncertainty over the Fed’s next move, and economic concerns in Europe and China. 264 more words

Investment Advisory

Will Narendra Modi’s “ Make in India“ work?

Prime Minister had launched yet one more campaign on sept. 25, 2014, titled

‘Make in India “. The  objective is to encourage Indian industry and entrepreneurs to produce in India. 319 more words

Pentapati Pullarao

UK economic growth revised upwards

Quarterly National Accounts, Q2 2014

  • UK gross domestic product (GDP) in volume terms was estimated to have increased by 0.9% between Q1 2014 and Q2 2014, revised up 0.1 percentage points from the second estimate of GDP published on 15 August 2014.
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Economy

Hong Kong's GDP as a Percentage of Mainland China Greatly Diminished

In 1997, Hong Kong’s GDP as a percentage of the Mainland Chinese GDP was 18%, but has decreased fifteen percent over the past fifteen years, to 3% today.

–from Vox.com

Global - Socioeconomic

U.S. Q2 GDP Revised Higher

On Friday, the Commerce Department announced an upward revision on second quarter GDP growth to 4.6%–from 4.2% as was first reported. 4.6% marks the fastest growth rate since the fourth quarter of 2011, when the economy grew at the same rate. 202 more words