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Economic Impacts in California. Those investments in turn support some 1.5 million jobs statewide, the fund estimates.
The Committee has elected to reduce the monthly pace of its quantitative easing program by another $10 billion and scrap the 6.5% unemployment rate threshold that previously characterized its forward guidance on the likely future path of short-term
IS poised for growth in 2014 and beyond after materialising growth of close to one per cent in the last quarter. The Bank of Jamaica has predicted a positive 1.4 per cent growth for this quarter ending March 2014. The International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Economic activity rose at the beginning of this year and total industrial production grew by 3.8 percent in January compared to the same month last year. This is according to editor of Belgrade-based Macroeconomic Analysis and Trends (MAT) magazine
On Wednesday, the Federal Open Market Committee concludes its first policy meeting under the leadership of new Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. December, taking the monthly pace of purchases of mortgage-backed securities and U.S...Beyond "
In the 12th five year plan document, it is stated that "The projected slum population in India is 94.98 million in 2012"...It is hard to justify a variation of over 30% in just one year. So was the plan document actually providing for more politician-
However, the agency reported that the national economy has been growing over the past several months. January with the index falling to a very weak level of -0.39 from a level of -0.03 in December while the three month moving average declined to a
Growth in the services sector as well as the pace of hiring slowed in February, an industry report showed on Monday, the latest data to suggest an unusually cold winter is dragging on economic activity. Financial data firm Markit said its "flash" or
Unseasonally harsh winter weather in the United States has caused disruption to economic activity and has many wondering to what extent the recent downturn in economic data surprises is reflective of transitory weather-related factors. A similar
Development of the Ring of Fire mineral belt in Northern Ontario could generate billions of dollars in economic activity and thousands of jobs, a new report says. But it says that will occur only if governments get serious about spurring development.