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Brazil recession: GDP plunges 1.9 percent in second quarter
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Brazil recession: GDP plunges 1.9 percent in second quarter

People check the currency rates at an exchange house in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Brazil's top federal audit court is looking into whether presidnt Dilma Rousseff illegally used money from state banks to fill budget holes in 2014. August 28, ... Mail.com, 6 days ago
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Real Business

CBI raises GDP due to increase in household spending and business investment

The CBI has hailed a faster "twin-engined" UK economic recovery, driven by mounting household spending and more robust business investment. Business investment growth has been revised up to 6.2 per cent from 4.5 per cent The business group is ...
 Real Business1 week ago Greater growth predicted for economy  Investor Portfolio Service1 week ago Twin-engined recovery on track CBI economic forecast  Economic Voice1 week ago CBI says improving productivity will push growth to 2.6%  Daily Business Group1 week ago

Eight per cent growth, but how?

India’s GDP can certainly grow by eight per cent and more, as predicted in the Economic Survey and repeated by chief economic adviser Arvind Subramanian on Wednesday and on Thursday by President Pranab Mukherjee. It would have been enlightening if Mr ...
 Asian Age13 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Hockey's pull-forward policy leaves a hole

Budget GDP guess close to the mark but some numbers don't add up There's nothing necessarily wrong with a pull-forward policy when a little stimulus kick is required, but they do tend to have the problem of leaving a hole behind them. That's what ...
 Melbourne Age16 hours ago Joe Hockey's pull-forward retail policy leaves a hole  Melbourne Age1 day ago Hockey's pull-forward retail policy leaves a hole  Canberra Times1 day ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Budget GDP guess close to the mark but some numbers don't add up

The great thing about the June quarter national accounts is that they offer so many figures to choose from. Whichever story you want to tell about the economy, you can generally find a number to suit. Fancy a headline about the lowest economic ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 day ago GDP numbers aren't adding up  Melbourne Age1 day ago
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Brunei Times

Australia Q2 GDP growth falls to 2-year low

AUSTRALIA experienced the slowest economic growth in two years over the second quarter due in part to a sharp fall in export volumes, official data showed yesterday, knocking the Australian dollar to its lowest in over six years. The Australian ...
 Brunei Times1 day ago GDP: Slowest growth since 2013  Melbourne Age2 days ago AUD looks vulnerable after dismal GDP data  FXStreet.com2 days ago GDP growth hits the brakes  WA Today2 days ago
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Business Insider Australia

Treasurer Joe Hockey: The economy is behaving just as we forecast in May's budget

Federal treasurer Joe Hockey says the GDP figure released today is strong despite the impact of lower commodity prices and that Australia's economy growing well, despite the June quarter growth of 0.2% growth being well under market expectations. ...
 Business Insider Australia2 days ago Hockey stands by growth figures  Sky News Australia2 days ago Hockey 'absolutely' stands by growth figures  Sky News Australia2 days ago
Reuters India

What experts say about June-quarter GDP data

MUMBAI India's economic growth slowed to a lower-than-expected 7 percent in the three months through June from 7.5 percent in the previous quarter, government data showed on Monday. Analysts polled by Reuters had forecast annual growth of 7.4 ...
 Reuters India3 days ago GDP growth slumps to 7% in Q1: 5 charts that explain the slowdown  Firstpost.com3 days ago GDP Number Disappointing, Say Experts  NDTV Profit3 days ago Why India's economic growth slowed down and what lies ahead  Rediff.com2 days ago
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Asian Lite

Stan Chart trims India's GDP growth forecast to 7.3%

Standard Chartered has lowered its gross domestic product (GDP) forecast for FY16 to 7.3 per cent from 7.7 per cent earlier. "We lower our GDP growth forecast for FY16 (year ending March 2016) to 7.3 per cent from 7.7 per cent. We also downgrade our FY16 ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Growth Hovers Around 0.7 per cent  Asian Lite5 days ago Second-quarter UK growth steady at 0.7%  Social Dashboard6 days ago UK GDP figures unrevised by ONS  Economic Voice6 days ago
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RTTNews.com

Australia Q2 GDP Expands 2.0% On Year

Australia's gross domestic product gained a seasonally adjusted 2.0 percent on year in the second quarter or 2015, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday. That was shy of forecasts for an increase of 2.2 percent and down from 2.3 ...
 RTTNews.com2 days ago Portuguese economy grows in second quarter  Arabstoday.net3 days ago US second-quarter growth up sharply  Deutsche Welle1 week ago The data released by the Destatis in Germany showed the economy continued to improve in the second quarter despite the Greek crisis, FXStreet  ARKA News Agency1 week ago
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