Posts Tagged ‘economic-growth’

Japan Third Quarter Growth Slows; Strong Yen Threatens

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Japan’s economic growth accelerated more than expected in the third quarter due to last-minute gains in consumption before government stimulus measures expired.

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Japan Third Quarter Growth Slows; Strong Yen Threatens

New Bank Capital Rules May Hurt Economic Growth: Study

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

New international regulations on how much capital banks must hold will initially make borrowing more expensive and dampen economic growth, according to two studies released Wednesday by central bankers and regulators writing the new rules. The NY Times reports.

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New Bank Capital Rules May Hurt Economic Growth: Study

Have Jobs Become a Leading Indicator?

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

The job market, often described as reacting in slow-motion to shifts in the pace of economic growth, may actually be a pretty solid indicator of the United States’ prospects.

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Have Jobs Become a Leading Indicator?

China’s Economic Growth Slows, as Beijing Intended

Wednesday, July 14th, 2010

China’s economic growth slowed to 10.3 percent in the second quarter as the government steered policies back to normal after last year’s record credit surge to counter the global crisis.

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China’s Economic Growth Slows, as Beijing Intended

US Growth Prospects for New Decade Weak: Economists

Sunday, January 3rd, 2010

A dismal job market, a crippled real estate sector and hobbled banks will keep a lid on U.S. economic growth over the coming decade, some of the nation’s leading economists said.

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US Growth Prospects for New Decade Weak: Economists