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Recent layoffs could be a sign of lessons from the Great Recession

by Andy Uhler Dec 4, 2018
Major company layoffs are not tied to economic worries necessarily.

China and the emerging markets no longer key engine of global growth

by Scott Tong Oct 19, 2018
What goes up must come down. In the case of the Chinese economy, what grows like an economic weed inevitably starts to slow down. Today we learned China grew by a mere 6.5 percent the latest quarter. The country’s lowest…

China and the emerging markets no longer key engine of global growth

by Scott Tong Oct 19, 2018
What goes up must come down. In the case of the Chinese economy, what grows like an economic weed inevitably starts to slow down. Today we learned China grew by a mere 6.5 percent the latest quarter. The country’s lowest…

IMF forecasts slower global growth

by , and Oct 9, 2018
The International Monetary Fund said Tuesday it’s shaving off some of its earlier optimism about world economic growth over the next couple years. It has downgraded its growth forecast for this year from 3.9 percent to 3.7 percent, and for…

Two Americans won the Nobel Prize in economics. Who are they?

by David Brancaccio, Daniel Shin, and Redmond Carolipio Oct 8, 2018
The work of William Nordhaus focused on climate change, while Paul Romer examined tech factors in calculating economic growth.
Per Stroemberg, Goeran K Hansson and Per Krusell announce the laureates of the Nobel Prize in Economics during a press conference at The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in Stockholm on October 8, 2018. - The Nobel Prize for Economic sciences 2018 was awarded US economists Paul M Romer and William D Nordhaus. 
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Why housing sales are stalling

by Mitchell Hartman Sep 25, 2018
Economic growth has been accelerating this year — unemployment is low, wages have been edging up and so has consumer spending. So you’d think the housing sector, which usually benefits from favorable conditions for consumers and working people, would be…

Amazon hopes to grow in India with a Hindi website

by Jed Kim Sep 5, 2018
The company, which just reached $1 trillion in market value, is trying to tap into a market of 1.3 billion people.
An Indian security guard walks inside Amazon's largest Fulfillment Centre (FC) in India, on the outskirts of Hyderabad on September 7, 2017.
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Labor shortage = labor shortage

by Jed Kim May 17, 2018
The latest birth rate numbers are out from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and Americans, you are not being fruitful and multiplying. Last year saw the lowest number of births in 30 years. That dearth of babies has…

Stagflation, explained

by , and Apr 26, 2018
Inflation is kicking into gear. But it’s not clear economic activity will shift much higher. Higher prices and slow growth are some key ingredients for “stagflation.”  Is that where we’re headed? Click the audio player above to hear the full…
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Forecast is sunny for business

by Mitchell Hartman Apr 23, 2018
But economists say more hiring and bigger profits ahead have little to do with tax cuts.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI), flanked by Republican lawmakers, speaks during an enrollment ceremony for the conference report to H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that was passed by the House and Senate, on Dec. 21, 2017, in Washington, D.C.
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