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PDT It seems absurd, but a few short years after the biggest home price crash in memory, soaring prices are stoking fears -- or at least stirring talk -- that another housing bubble is forming in the Bay Area. That has some buyers skittish and others
The modest pace of the U.S. economic recovery has a silver lining, as the expansion shows signs of lasting almost twice as long as average. Four years into the upswing, the economy isn't seeing many of the excesses that often presage the start of
Home prices are rising sharply, but economists speaking at the National Association of Real Estate Editors conference here are not worried about overinflation. "We are not in 'bubble trouble,'" said Jed Kolko, chief economist at the online real
IMF Regional Economic Outlook Update 'Middle East and North Africa: Defining the Road Ahead' The International Monetary Fund (IMF) launched today its Regional Economic Outlook Update for the Middle East North Africa, Afghanistan, and Pakistan region (
believes a period of extended global economic expansion is on the horizon for the foreseeable future. Hoey talked about his expectations in his most recent economic update posted in video form on the bank's website, including specific outlooks on U.S.
The chief economist at the Office for National Statistics has criticised the "counter-productive" public debate about the economy. Joe Grice's comments came after it emerged that the so-called double-dip recession may never have happened. This was
Activity good news for construction and manufacturing industries, but could hinder rebalancing of economy...That's twice the estimate on Budget day a year ago and $10 billion more than was built into the Treasury's forecasts at the half-year update
Bank of America Merrill Lynch chief economist for Australia, Saul Eslake, says he is now expecting the Government to hand down a budget deficit of around $20 billion in a fortnight's time, with few signs of returning to surplus in the next few years.
Big thinkers still stumped on global economic crisis BBC World Service Economics correspondent, Washington Like a cat stuck up a tree, economist say they have no idea how to rescue the global economy More than five years after the onset of the
S harp decline in prices of gold and crude oil, coupled with softening inflation, augur well for the economy as it will help curb the Current Account Deficit, according to economists. "To a certain extent, fall in crude oil prices will help reduce