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Video: Hatzius: Strong growth picture in US

Video: Hatzius: Strong growth picture in US

CNBC | January 09, 2015 Discussing the surge into bonds Jan Hatzius, Goldman Sachs chief economist, provides insight to the global growth picture and the ECB's efforts to lift Europe., 2 weeks ago
The Fiscal Times

The Economic State of the Union in 7 Charts

As President Obama delivers his State of the Union address tonight, it's clear that the U.S. economy is as strong as it's been in years. Rather than having to try to convince Americans that things might have been worse if not for his policies, the ...
 Yahoo! Finance6 days ago

The Economic Impact Of Falling Oil Prices: 'Expansionary Disinflation'

Forget about the secular stagnation theory of an ailing U.S. economy. Accordingly to the Labor Department, payrolls grew at a seasonally adjusted increase of 242,000 in December adding to the soaring U.S. job growth of 2014 which represents the ...
 Forbes.com2 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

Janet Yellen Faces a Challenging Economic Dilemma as Oil Prices Fall

With falling oll prices and 5 percent growth in GDP, Janet Yellen has some decisions to make. Photo by Alex Wong/ This post originally appeared in Business Insider . Falling oil prices may be good news for consumers who have seen prices ...
 Slate Magazine2 weeks ago Janet Yellen Now Faces One Of The Most Bizarre Problems The Fed Has Ever Seen  Business Insider2 weeks ago
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THE International Monetary Fund, for example, predicts global growth this year of 3.8 per cent compared with 3.3 per cent in 2014. That is not boom-time, although it would be the fastest growth since 2011. There is often a "but" ...
 Business Times Online Tanzania1 week ago Global economy on the up in 2015  BBC3 weeks ago Investment Bank Economists See Improving U.S. Growth in 2015  Economy Watch3 weeks ago

Inflation in a hold, but countdown is on to a Fed rate hike

WASHINGTON — Economists are slashing U.S. inflation forecasts for 2015 as oil prices tumble. What's not changing are predictions that the Federal Reserve will raise its benchmark interest rate anyway, probably around midyear. "We're still saying ...
 Denver Post3 weeks ago Inflation No-Show Unlikely to Slow Fed Rate Liftoff: Economy  GARP3 weeks ago Fed Rate Increase Seen Mid-Year Even as Inflation Is a No-Show  Bloomberg3 weeks ago Look for Fed Rate Increase Mid-Year Even as Inflation Remains Mild  BusinessWeek3 weeks ago
Business Insider

'Oh My God' And All The Other Things Wall Street Is Yelling After Today's Big Jobs Report

YouTube See Also If You Thought Today's Jobs Report Was Awesome, Just Wait One Reliable Economic Indicator Predicted Today's Great Jobs Report Months Ago RAOUL PAL: The Dollar Is Surging, But The Real 'Shocking' Move Could Come ...
 Business Insider1 month ago

Private Jets Out, TVs In as U.S. Growth Benefits Spread: Economy

Nov. 24 (Bloomberg) -- The benefits of the U.S. recovery that began more than five years ago are flowing downward. Lower-wage workers saw bigger pay gains over the past year than the highest earners, reversing the trend from earlier stages of the ...
 La Repubblica2 months ago Jets are out, TVs in as U.S. growth benefits spread  Denver Post1 month ago Jets Are Out, Televisions In as Benefits of U.S. Growth Spread  Yahoo! Finance2 months ago Jets Are Out, Televisions In as U.S. Growth Benefits Spread  Washington Post2 months ago

Job outlook for 2015: Work aplenty (like it's 1999)

Some economists expect construction payrolls to increase more sharply this year. (Photo: Paul J. Richards, AFP/) A strengthening labor market will not let up this year, economists say, with job growth approaching or exceeding the estimated ...
 ACQ Magazine3 weeks ago Job outlook for 2015: Work like it's 1999  USA Today3 weeks ago

An economy at the crossroads

It is a blow hot, blow cold scenario. Seven months after Narendra Modi became the prime minister of India, there is no visible sign of any concerted gameplan to revive the moribund economy. Therefore, finance minister Arun Jaitley, due to present his first ...
 The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
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