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  • Calendar event / 4 hours ago

    US 3rd estimate GDP

    forecast
    actual
    Med Annual Rate, Q/Q%
    +1.3%
    +1.4%
    Med Chain-Weighted Price Idx, Q/Q%
    +2.3%
    +2.3%
    Med Corporate Profits, Q/Q%
    +5.6%
    Med PCE Price Idx, Q/Q%
    +2%
    Med Purchase Price Idx, Q/Q%
    +2.1%
    Med Real Final Sales, Q/Q%
    +2.6%
    Med Core PCE Price Idx, Ex Food/Energy, Q/Q%
    +1.8%
    Med Personal Consumption, Q/Q%
    +4.3%
  • Article / 11 hours ago

    3 Numbers: Sluggish, but Q2 US GDP to tick higher

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Sluggish, but Q2 US GDP to tick higher
    US GDP is expected to find its feet in the third quarter - not the second quarter which is being released today. US pending homes sales are expected to show this momentum growing as well, and in Germany a modest reduction in unemployment is expected, signs that the economy is sluggish, but not in any danger.
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  • Article / Tuesday at 5:06 GMT

    3 Numbers: Looking for a rebound in US Services PMI

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Looking for a rebound in US Services PMI
    The UK seems to be going through an economic revival since Brexit - but will it be short-lived? Is it the honeymoon after the divorce? Meanwhile Brazil is showing signs of economic recovery, but in a political climate as complicated as Brazil's, it's obvious that it's early days for fiscal repair.
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  • 2d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    Good article and quite unbelievable, waving around a communist manifesto in the houses of parliment. Even if the man believes these philosophies, politically idiotic.
    2d
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    It is incredible that certain politicians see the world through the red tinted optics of 19 70's socialism.

    Endless programmes and projects that waste money all...
    2d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    The funny thing is, I was just about to say that Corbyn and McDonnell reminded me of Laural and Hardy, therefore both comic and tragic.
  • Article / Monday at 5:01 GMT

    3 Numbers: Fears German sentiment may sputter in September

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Fears German sentiment may sputter in September
    There are fears today that Germany's Ifo business climate index may carry on where economic growth has recently left off, continuing the slow down. In the US, data on existing homes sales will reveal the state of housing and in currencies, 100 yen to the dollar, the psychological barrier, is now in real danger of being breached.
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  • 22 September
    vanita vanita
    Orange juice rockss........Steve
    22 September
    vanita vanita
    Great call👍
    22 September
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Very juice Miss V!!!
  • Article / 16 September 2016 at 10:00 GMT

    Beware the Chinese housing bubble

    Managing Director / Asia-analytica Research
    China
    Beware the Chinese housing bubble
    China faces an immediate risk of a sudden and steep downturn in the economy from a potential bursting of the property market bubble inflated by monetary easing policies, speculation and demographics.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 15 September 2016 at 23:36 GMT

    India needs to step up its GDP growth to catch rival China

    Nikkei Asian Review
    India's economy is doing well despite slower growth in the first quarter of fiscal 2016-17, but moribund private investment and a cloud of bad loans over banks are worries, according to Arvind Subramanian, chief economic adviser to the government. India's GDP grew by 7.1% in the April-June quarter, after 7.6% growth in 2015-16. Experts say India needs to grow by 8% to 10% per year for decades if it wants to catch up with China. “Export growth in both manufacturing and services will be essential to achieve 8% to 10% growth consistently,” said Subramanian. “For example, India has to capture the space created because of China's retreat from sectors such as textiles”.
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