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RELIVE: Egypt's new Suez Canal officially welcomes ships
Al Ahram

RELIVE: Egypt's new Suez Canal officially welcomes ships

Related 17:45 That concludes our live blog for today. 17:40 According to El-Sisi during his speech, the Suez Canal zone project has been ratified. Work will soon start on the project after a decree was passed, El-Sisi said in his speech. The ... Al Ahram, 2 months ago
New Suez Canal to help tackle Egypt's economic woes Abu Dhabi National, 2 months ago

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WA Today

'Three gluts' to shape the global economy

The oil gut oil glut has helped mitigate the depressing impact of the savings glut on consumer demand by shifting income from rich oil producers to consumers, PIMCO's global economic adviser Joachim Fels has told clients. Photo: Carlos Garcia ...
 WA Today2 months ago
HR Director

Living wage will not mean job losses

Think tank finds that London's economy will not suffer job losses as mandatory minimum wage rises to £7.20. The London economy can currently support a wage of up to £8.00 without impacting employment. The office for Budget Responsibility, ...
 HR Director2 weeks ago War of words between GMB and CBI over Living Wage impact  HRreview1 month ago New national living wage will not lead to job losses in London  Elite Business Magazine2 weeks ago Minimum wage: cleaning contractor claims £15m hit  The Week UK1 month ago
Alaska Business Monthly

Alaska's Budget Crisis: Myth or Reality?

Alaska's emerging fiscal and economic opportunities Published: September 1, 2015 Charts courtesy Gunnar Knapp, ISER, unless otherwise noted There are many people who are well aware of the magnitude of our fiscal crisis and are trying to ...
 Alaska Business Monthly1 month ago
Business Insider UK

People weren't supposed to be saving this much money — and now it's a problem

So, let's start with the basic premise: Consumers are not economists. This means that normal people who have a job and then decide what to do with their hard-earned money often make decisions that economists don't expect. The latest example is ...
 Business Insider UK2 days ago
This is Money

FTSE LIVE: Footsie extends gains to 2.5% as US stocks open strongly with Fed rate hike fears easing on further weak data

By This Is Money Market Reporters 08:02 05 Oct 2015, updated 15:31 05 Oct 2015 15.05: The Footsie soared higher in late afternoon trade, up over 2.5 per cent fueled by strength in heavyweight commodities as US stocks ...
 This is Money1 week ago FTSE LIVE: Footsie eases off triple-digit gain as ECB news awaited, but stays strong after US, Asian stocks rally  This is Money1 month ago
Daily Newswatch

Africa faces stalled growth amid weak global conditions

Sub-Saharan Africa countries are continuing to grow, albeit at a slower pace, due to a more challenging economic environment. This is even as growth will slow in 2015 to 3.7 percent from 4.6 percent in 2014, reaching the lowest growth rate since ...
 Daily Newswatch1 week ago Africa Faces the Challenge of Sustaining Growth amid Weak Global Conditions  World Bank1 week ago Africa Faces Challenge of Sustaining Growth Amid Weak Global Conditions  Watchdog Reporters.net1 week ago Africa Confronts Growth Sustenance Challenge  Modern Ghana4 days ago
Irish Times

Overspent every month? Join the club

The Weekend Read: Although our economy grows stronger, disposable incomes in Ireland remain stubbornly low. This new series advises consumers on ways to make their pay packets go further, now and in the future Jennifer Winder-Baggot at her home in ...
 Irish Times1 week ago

Putin's Economic Might Is Withering Away

Anatoly Anisimov is still wistful about the cow barn hed planned to build. With the latest Swedish milking machines, it would have cut his costs and boosted by 40 percent the size of the herd at the state-owned farm that he runs outside Moscow. ...
 Bloomberg1 week ago
Seeking Alpha

Say, What's Breaking Down?

Summary Neoclasssical economics is making a return, but Keynesian policy makers don't like it. The FOMC is preparing to normalize interest rates, but it has a problem because current monetary policy is too tight for current economic ...
 Seeking Alpha2 weeks ago
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