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April saw the fourth straight monthly decline in the states labor force a combination of those working and those actively seeking work dropping the total labor force to under 771,000, the lowest level since October 2011. Total employment was
ProPublica My most recent column incited a robust and welcome discussion. But few of my many critics, including Paul Krugman on his blog and many commenters on DealBook, seem to have engaged with my main point...It was not predicting inflation and
F oreign investors expect the rupee to trade below 55-level against the US dollar in the next six months even as India's large current account deficit is seen as a major risk. According to a research note by Barclays, which covered foreign
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Forget about the Pentagon "pivoting" to Asia without ever abandoning the Middle East; nothing compares with this voyage in the entrails of turbo-capitalism, worthy of a neo-Balzac.
The phase that launched a thousand bubbles This concludes a three-part series. Part 1: Keynes stole your ship Part 2: Bernanke stole your pension Bubbles last just as long as it takes for technical to become fundamentals. Helen of Troy had the face
BofA ML In an interview with ET Now, Jyotivardhan Jaipuria, HoR, BofA-ML, shares his views on the market rally and rate cut expectations. Excerpts: ET Now: Do you think the best of the rally is behind us or do you think it is something different that
The kitchen sink has been thrown at the AUD this week and finally the bond market has not been able to save the currency as it closes in on a commodity price-based fair value model of around 0.9400. The AUD has lost 1.4% on a trade-weighted basis
New Zealand's Reserve Bank will clearly explain concerns it has about risks to financial stability before using any of its new tools to cool asset bubbles, in the hope that may prevent their use. The central bank today released its response to
The knowledge-based economy will contribute 5 per cent to the UAE's gross domestic product (GDP ) by 2021, Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansouri, Minister of Economy, told media on the sidelines of The Second Forum of Economic Policies.