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Excursion to Hero

Another excursion that we had for this unit was shopping to Hero. The aim of this excursion is to find imported products and the effect of globalization on the market place. 112 more words

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Factory Output Up, Consumer Prices Steady: What We Learned During the Week of August 15 - 19

July featured a 2nd straight month of increased manufacturing output while consumer prices held steady. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. economic data released during the week ending August 19. 760 more words

Economics

Syria is fading - Using night lights to see the detrimental effects of conflict

Night light data recorded by satellites can be used to trace human activity and have been statistically linked to economic activity proxies, such as Gross Regional Product (GRP).  321 more words

Data

Perhaps Decent Economic Growth in Q2: What We Learned During the Week of July 18 - 22

A series of economic data released last week finds moderate economic growth during the tail end of Q2. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. 816 more words

Economics

Can you explain China's economic debt?

For more than a decade, the Chinese economy has been the engine of global growth as a result of the scale of imports and exports required for the world’s most heavily populated country.   349 more words

Economics

Bounce in Housing, Economic Activity Wobbles: What We Learned During the Week of April 18-22

Economic activity remained slow in March, even though existing home sales bounced back. Here are the 5 things we learned from U.S. economic data released during the week ending April 22. 754 more words

Economics

Report: There Is No Sign Of Recession: “Strong Consumer Spending Underscores The Economy’s Underlying Strength”

By Mac Slavo – SHTFplan.com

For those who think the U.S. economy is going under, a report from Reuters suggests you’re just peddling fiction.

According to official data there is nothing to worry about. 705 more words

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