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Chart of The Morning

Caterpillar beat and raised this morning and the stock is reacting magnificently.  It’s possible this will open above this 6 year trading range.  We’re looking at the start of a new multi-year trend. 72 more words


Nigeria has finally launched the
long-awaited Economic Recovery and Growth Plan, a medium-term plan for 2017-2020, broadly targeting restoration of growth, human development and globally… 636 more words

Naija Foodie Update

World Economy 2050

Wondering where your country will rank in economic power in 2050? A report by PwC uncovers a world 30 years from now where China and India top the list and Indonesia, Russia, and Mexico play important role in the world economy. 662 more words


Delivering on Sustainable Infrastructure for Better Development and Better Climate

Delivering on Sustainable Infrastructure for Better Development and Better Climate. Brookings Institution. Amar Bhattacharya et al. December 23, 2016

2015 was a milestone year in which the world set clear and ambitious objectives through the Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis in July; the UN Summit in September that adopted the Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 development agenda; and the COP21 in Paris in December that resulted in the milestone climate agreement. 60 more words


Trump Seen as Biggest Global Economy Risk -- Global Dominance of U.S. Stocks Is Boosted by Postelection Rally

Bloomberg News

US President-elect Donald Trump’s future policy stance poses “the single largest risk to the global economy,” according to a client survey by forecasting firm Oxford Economics Ltd. 452 more words

Bitesize: Global growth: The *old* normal?

Alexander Naumov.

“Too slow for too long”, referring to global GDP growth, was the title of a recent IMF publication. But is world economic growth really that slow? 290 more words

International Economics

30 Nov 2016 (AFR) - OECD sees resurgent US growth lifting global economy

(30 November 2016, AFR, p11, by Leigh Thomas)

‘Global growth will pick up faster than previously expected in the coming months as the Trump administration’s planned tax cuts and public spending fire up the US economy, the OECD said late on Monday (AEDT), revising up its forecasts. 46 more words

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