|Australia||0.1%||17 Nov. 2015|
|Brazil||1.8%||17 Nov. 2015|
|China||0.6%||19 Nov. 2015|
|Euro Area||0.4%||25 Nov. 2015|
|France||0.1%||20 Nov. 2015|
|Germany||1.0%||23 Nov. 2015|
|India||1.2%||23 Nov. 2015|
|Japan||0.8%||12 Nov. 2015|
|Korea||1.2%||12 Nov. 2015|
|Mexico||0.2%||13 Nov. 2015|
|Spain||0.1%||20 Nov. 2015|
|U.K.||0.3%||13 Nov. 2015|
|U.S.||0.6%||19 Nov. 2015|
StraightTalk Newsletter & Forecast
Global Economic Outlook 2014: Time to realize the opportunities for growth
This annual edition from The Conference Board Chief Economist Bart van Ark includes in-depth analysis of the global economy and projections for 2014, 2014-2019, and 2020-2025.
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The rebalancing that has occurred since the 2008–2009 global crisis has resulted in an unintended rebalancing of imbalances in savings, consumption, and growth potential.
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From The Conference Board Chief Economist.
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Inequality hinders the creation of productive jobs. For thisreason, when the economic pie grows slowly, it is even more important to think about how it is being sliced.
Is slow growth too slow?
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Economics Watch United States View
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