- Global growth moderate and uneven, forecast at 3.1 percent this year, 3.6 percent in 2016
- Disparate fortunes between the advanced and emerging market and developing economies… 1,192 more words
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40% of the world’s economy – the U.S., Canada, Mexico, Japan, Vietnam, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, Peru, Chile, Malaysia, and even Brunei – have finally reached an agreement early Monday morning after almost 8 long years of negotiating what politicians are calling the largest regional trade accord ever. 506 more words
Summary: Every year Wall Street economists see a spike in a few indicators and announce an imminent boom. This slowly fades away, leaving another year of slow growth — preventing full recovery from the crash. 922 more words
It is tough for a central bank like The Federal Reserve to have much credibility when they can’t even generate inflation to speak of.
Bloomberg (By Andrea Wong and Anchalee Worrachate) 404 more words