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Inside the Economy with Sharkey, Howes & Javer: August 3, 2015

The U.S. GDP number was released and despite what the media might say, Larry thinks it’s a pretty good number. While the U.S. GDP is looking good, growth around the world has slowed and it doesn’t look like there will be an increase in consumer demand anytime soon. 35 more words


UK Chancellor George Osborne kick starts Norton’s bid for global growth.

DONINGTON PARK, UK  – July 29, 2015 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne today visited world-famous Norton Motorcycles Ltd to announce £7.5m project which includes £4 million of government funding which will support 600 new jobs, including 200 new apprenticeships in a major boost to British motorcycle manufacturing. 359 more words


PR Industry Experiences Global Growth in 2014

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IMF revises down expected 2015 global growth to 3,3%

The International Monetary Fund said Thursday it has trimmed down its expected global growth for 2015 to 3.3 percent, citing weaker-than-expected economic activity in North America during the first quarter. 521 more words


3 July 2015 (AFR) - Losing money is 'inevitable' in 2015 as global stocks slip

(3 July 2015, AFR, p27, by Rose Powell)

‘Forget Greece: Investors are losing money because of the slowing global economy, an international economic research group has warned. 104 more words

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Inside the Economy with Sharkey, Howes and Javer: April 13, 2015

This week Larry gives us an overview of a flat Q1, provides commentary on the drop in the trade deficit, gives us good news about the strengthening U.S. 42 more words


Internal Strength, External Risk

Cebu, PHILIPPINES, March 27, 2015 – Last Tuesday BSP Governor Tetangco stated his confidence that the Philippine economy would reach the raised growth target of 7-8% in 2015 (this despite most other agencies downgrading their targets following a 3Q slowdown last year – Li & Hungerford project growth of between 6.8%-7%) based on the fundamental internal strength of the economy and a resumption in government spending. 987 more words