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Singapore GDP Growth Likely To Stay At 1.8% In 2017

Singapore's economy is set to grow 1.8 percent each this year and next, according to the survey of professional forecasters, published by the Monetary Authority of Singapore on Wednesday. For the third quarter of 2016, economists forecast 1.7 ... RTTNews.com, 3 weeks ago
Experts remain in low spirits for Singapore economy Singapore Business Review, 3 weeks ago

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Property Observer

Cup Day is next "live" meeting, but Westpac's Bill Evans expects a hold decision

The next live RBA meeting will be November 1, Bill Evans, Westpac's chief economist suggests. However he expect rates will be held steady in November as well as October. The Reserve Bank Board next meets on October 4, the first meeting under ...
 Property Observer1 week ago
MSN Money Canada

Canadian home prices grow faster than all but two countries

Click to expand Replay Video House prices climbing Frances Donald, senior economist at Manulife Asset Management, on the hottest housing markets in Canada. CBC Red hot Vancouver Vancouver real estate agent Clarence ...
 MSN Money Canada2 weeks ago U.S. lags other countries in wage growth USA TODAY  MSN Real Estate3 weeks ago Healthy service sector takes economic spotlight this week USA TODAY  MSN Real Estate3 weeks ago

The shale bust: What can be next?

Pipeline explosions that shut down whole towns. Floods that require evacuations of low-lying parts of long-established communities. And now some folks who are owed royalty checks say that there are drillers who take an exorbitant share of what's ...
 Jewish World Review3 hours ago
Bloomberg

Brazil Sees Inflation on Target for First Time Since 2009

Inflation in Brazil will hit the official target next year for the first time since 2009, and conditions for an easing of monetary policy are improving, the country's central bank said on Tuesday. The cost of living will rise 4.4 percent next year ...
 Bloomberg1 day ago Brazil's Central Bank Sees Inflation Below Target Next Year  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago The Brexit economy: post-referendum data defies gloomy UK predictions  ExecReview.com1 week ago UK's post-Brexit rebound extends to housing and jobs in August  London South East3 weeks ago
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The MReport

U.K. Retailers Expect Sales To Rise Next Month: CBI

British retailers expect sales volume to increase next month after falling in September, the Distributive Trades Survey from the Confederation of British Industry showed Tuesday. A balance of -8 percent said retail sales declined in September, in ...
 RTTNews.com1 day ago Energy States Most Likely to See Price Drops  The MReport1 day ago Further moderation in home price growth: Shane Oliver  Property Observer2 days ago The Week Ahead: Will New Home Sales Rise Higher?  The MReport3 days ago
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A Recession May Begin Within 2 Quarters

U.S. economic fundamentals have deteriorated markedly since last year, now to an extent that a recession may be on the horizon. Official recession dates are declared with a lag of six months or longer - we know that the economy is in a recession ...
 Seeking Alpha1 day ago Osinbajo, Soludo, Sanusi to grace CIS recession talks  Daily Sun1 week ago

The Importance Of A Realistic Economic Outlook

Home Construction Housing starts and building permits were both below expectations for August, declining 5.8% and 0.4% respectively, but the decline in permits was all due to multi-family dwellings. Permits for single family homes increased 3.7% ...
 Seeking Alpha1 day ago WRAPUP 1-U.S. housing starts take a breather; single-family permits rise  London South East1 week ago

Slumping Canadian Dollar Slips To 6-Month Lows, U.S. Consumer Confidence Next

By Kenny Fisher The Canadian dollar is under pressure on Tuesday, following sharp losses in the Monday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.3220. On the release front, it's another quiet day. In the US, well get a look at CB Consumer ...
 Seeking Alpha1 day ago

Analysts Continue To Project Stronger U.S. GDP Growth In Q3

US economic growth estimates for the third quarter have been trimmed in recent weeks, but most analysts are still projecting a solid rebound. If the predictions are correct, output is on track to expand at the strongest pace in two years when the ...
 Seeking Alpha1 day ago US Economy GDP Growth Estimates in Free-Fall: FRBNY Nowcast 2.26% Q3, 1.22% Q4  Market Oracle4 days ago
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