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Why the Economy Doesn’t Roar Anymore

The long boom after World War II left Americans with unrealistic expectations, but there’s no going back to that unusual Golden Age

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German economy minister slams 'irresponsible' Deutsche Bank

German Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel has lashed out at Deutsche Bank’s handling of its troubles, saying “irresponsible” managers had put thousands of jobs at risk. 177 more words


German economy 'to grow strongly in Q3 despite Brexit risks'


© AFP/File | German gross domestic product (GDP) expanded by 0.7 percent in the first three months of this year, but is expected to have slowed in the second quarter… 201 more words

The smugger Germany gets about its powerful economy, the less competitive it becomes

Europe’s economic engine, political hegemon, and home to the most powerful woman on the planet. Generally, just the best country out there. Germany tops many rankings, but this dominance isn’t absolute, and what’s more it isn’t always a good thing. 340 more words

Inside the Economy with SH&J: April 11, 2016

This week’s Inside the Economy with SH&J highlights an update on the global economy. Germany appears to be a bright spot within the European Union with a budget surplus in 2015 despite global trade trending down, particularly in China. 61 more words


German economy expected to slow down in second quarter


© AFP/File | International demand for German goods had long kept the country largely insulated from external shocks including the slowdown in Chinese growth and other emerging markets as well as geopolitical tensions… 284 more words

Why Did Michael Moore Invade Those Countries?

Popular Economics Weekly

The answer is so simple, and sad. Mr. Moore’s latest eye-opening documentary, “Where To Invade Next?” visits countries that have learned from, and adopted our laws and policies, policies that no longer exist in the U.S. 1,065 more words