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Seismic Shift.

It’s probably hard for most people to accept this, but economic growth raised incomes all around the world by 28 percent between 2005 and 2013. All that growth required a rise in oil production of 19 percent. 538 more words

The Economy

Still Life? No

Still life with Pink Flower is not as vehement as the descriptions of art below. It presents a view of the world today and if it appears overly dramatic, a view of the world to come as the Museum is still open. 221 more words

A New Planetary Concept

China: Julia Leung, ‘The Tides of Capital’

Edited from an interview with William Kazer

Julia Leung has spent two decades engaged in financial policy work for the Hong Kong government. During her time as an official, she’s seen the city’s economy whiplashed by the 1997-1998… 831 more words

Global

Europe even more QuEasy

by Tony Norfield

Today (this was written on Jan 22 – Redline) the European Central Bank did what financial markets had expected, after lots of leaking of the policy moves. 668 more words

Economics

European banks face the stagnation problem

by Michael Roberts

The announcement by Mario Draghi at the council meeting of European Central Bank (ECB) On January 22 that the ECB and the national central banks of the Eurozone would inject €1.1trn of new credit over the next 18 months into the area’s banks has certainly had a quick result. 1,565 more words

Economics

Catherine Austin Fitts-2015 Forecast Volatile & Violent ~ Greg Hunter

Investment banker Catherine Austin Fitts predicts that 2015 is going to be “volatile and violent.” Fitts says, “I think 2015 is going to be a very rough year. 120 more words

News And Politics

IMF World Economic Outlook : India forecast to grow at 6.3% in 2015

The IMF has come out with its latest view of the global economy. Here are the key takeaways:

Global growth benefit from lower oil prices, but not enough to boost growth : 521 more words

India