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For those who might glaze over at talk of inflation and quantitative easing, do not switch off now, the International Monetary Fund wants you to stay tuned. "We understand that these topics can sometimes be a little bit dry so we've tried to
The latest World Economic Outlook from the Washington-based body said inflation had barely budged during the so-called "great recession", despite rising unemployment. It also said inflation was unlikely to spike as recovery kicks in. But the IMF
Independent Business Optimism is falling Small business owners are less and less optimistic about the direction of the U.S. economy, the National Federation of Independent Business said Tuesday. Index of Small Business Optimism declined 1.3 points to
The SA Reserve Bank has done well to balance economic growth and the need to create jobs in its policy decisions, Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan said on Tuesday...Most economists polled by Reuters expect rates to stay on hold through 2013. The bank
Almost four years ago, in June 2009, the US entered into a technical recovery from the Great Recession touched off by the collapse of a decade-long housing bubble . The bubble collapse nearly wiped out the financial sector, thanks to extensive
Put out an all-points bulletin: Millions of Americans have gone missing from the workforce. Every month that those would-be workers are gone raises the odds that they might never come back, dimming the prospects for future economic growth.
After a full year of fruitless job hunting, Natasha Baebler just gave up. She'd already abandoned hope of getting work in her field, working with the disabled. But she couldn't land anything else, either not even a job interview at a telephone call
After telling the world on Thursday that "Gone are the fears that the economy could fall into another recession," it seems that the Associated Press's Christopher Rugaber needed some help explaining away Friday's weak jobs report from the government'
A streak of robust job growth came to a halt in March, signaling that U.S. employers may have grown cautious in a fragile economy...Even a decline in unemployment to a four-year low of 7.6 percent was nothing to cheer: It fell only because more
The headlines for most analyses of this morning's employment report are probably going to be very negative, with only 88,000 jobs added. The darned thing is, when you drill down into the internals of the report, many of them had a real positive jump,