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OBR's Robert Chote: Still 55% chance of UK budget surplus  as it happened

OBR''s Robert Chote: Still 55% chance of UK budget surplus - b...

block-time published-time 4.25pm GMT Here's Capital Economics on the day's manufacturing PMIs: Preliminary PMIs published by Markit today suggest that, having slowed sharply in February, manufacturing growth in advanced economies remained very ... Kitco, 1 month ago

'Almost impossible' for budget to deliver real structural change: Economist

MICHAEL BRISSENDEN: An increase to the tobacco excise and cuts to company tax are just two of the measures to be included in today's budget. But what else should we expect to see? For some more insights into the budget, I'm joined live in our ...
 ABC Online2 hours ago

Amid oil plunge, Alaska braces for losers and survivors

Alaska's $3.5 billion deficit — roughly two-thirds of its budget — reads like a classic boom-bust tale. With the collapse in crude prices, lower oil revenues are hitting Alaska hard. Roughly 90 percent of the state government and one-third of ...
 MSN News US1 week ago Amid oil price plunge, Alaska's economy braces for losers and survivors  NBR.com1 week ago Alaska braces for oil losers and survivors  CNBC1 week ago

Benefits of fiscal boost will take time to filter through, say economists

THE expansionary aspects of Singapore Budget 2016 might come as growth softens, but economists are not expecting to see the impact in the near-term. "My sense is that the fiscal impulse won't be felt in the next 12 months or so, it won't change our ...
 Asiaone3 weeks ago A more targeted approach, but no big shakes in Budget 2016: Economists  Channel NewsAsia1 month ago Budget 2016: Business leaders' wish list  Asiaone1 month ago

Column: Budgeting under uncertainty

The UK Budget was presented on March 16 amid much fanfare. The Conservatives have a majority on their own for the first time since the 1992-1997 John Major-led government. George Osborne, the chancellor, had garnered many kudos as he was seen to ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Haad Time Budget PUP lashes out at 2016 Budget  Belize Times1 month ago 'Fairness' of 2016 budget under scrutiny  BBC1 month ago Liveblog: budget 2016  Progress Labour's Progressives1 month ago

A view from the Mint Street

The budget was nothing to write home about. The ritual debate on it has died out. While the chief economic adviser wrote an inspired first volume of the Economic Survey brimming with bright ideas for new reforms, it was all Greek and Latin to the ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago

UNSPUN: Federal Budget 2016 - What it means for Manitoba

On March 22 the federal Liberals delivered a budget that signals the end of a long period of austerity. Past Liberal and Conservative federal governments dramatically decreased their support in key areas such as healthcare, housing, First Nations, ...
 Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives1 month ago Budget turns left but doesn't step on the gas: think tank  Bloomberg1 month ago $29.4B federal deficit projected  Cornwall Standard-Freeholder1 month ago Larry Berman: Canada's budget and government finances long-term impact on the markets  Business News Network1 month ago
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PM Narendra Modi's new economic growth recipe for India: Just add water

PM Narendra Modi has outlined and made provision for achieving standout economic growth for India through the Budget 2016 presented by Arun Jaitley in Parliament on last day of February, 2015 (a leap year). The overarching strategy for success can ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Modi's new growth recipe: Just add water  Sharenet1 month ago Modi's new growth recipe - Just add water  Rediff.com1 month ago Modis new growth recipe: Just add water  Reuters UK1 month ago

The 2016 Alternative Federal Budget from the CCPA would Lift 1.1 Million Out of Poverty and Create 520,000 Jobs

The 2016 Alternative Federal Budget (AFB) , released today by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives (CCPA), projects a federal deficit of $29.2 billion for 2016-17 when Liberal platform measures are taken into account. It also delivers a ...
 CCEDNet1 month ago Alternative Federal Budget would lift 1.1 million out of poverty, create 520,000 jobs  Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives1 month ago

Europe's 'Hot Spot' Refugee Registration Centers Are 'Concentration Camps,' Says Greek Economist and Former Parliament Member

Yanis Varoufakis says the government has been pressured to intern the refugees fleeing war and famine, and notes the growth of right-wing parties in Europe, such as Golden Dawn. We speak with former Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis about ...
 AlterNet.org3 days ago What's the economic impact of refugees in America?  PBS3 weeks ago
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