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US economy slowed in fourth quarter despite robust consumer spending
WASHINGTON The U.S. economy expanded at a slower pace in the fourth quarter, as previously reported, and appeared to remain on a moderate growth path as President Donald Trump took office with a promise to reinvigorate manufacturing and protect ...
US economy grew at weak 1.9 percent rate in 4th quarterThe Boston Globe
India's economy shrugs off cash crisis to post 7% growthCNNMoney
Economy Watch: GDP Growth Slows in Q4Commercial Property Executive
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Australia economy beats forecast, avoids recession
Australia's resource-rich economy grew 1.1% in the three months through December, beating the 0.8% forecast by economists, as company profits, government and consumer spending all rose. Gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic ...
Australia Avoids Recession as Household Spending, Mining Boost EconomyBloomberg
Australia goes 25 years without recessionBBC News
Australia's Economy Avoids RecessionFox Business
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Huffington Post

Bill Gates Is Clueless On The Economy
Huffington Post
Most of the economic problems we face are implicitly a problem of productivity growth being too slow. The argument that budget deficits are a problem is an argument that we can't produce enough goods and services to accommodate the demand generated ...

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New York Times

Trump Pinning Hopes on Economic Growth to Avoid Budget Cuts
New York Times
“I think the money is going to come from a revved-up economy,” Mr. Trump said in an interview with Fox News when asked how he would pay for his plans. “I mean, you look at the kind of numbers we're doing — we were probably G.D.P. of a little more than ...
A 'revved up economy' will help pay for my agenda, Trump saysCNBC
Trump says 'revved up economy' will pay for budget proposals: FoxReuters
Trump says growing economy will cover cost of budget proposalsThe Hill
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Experts Fact-Check Trump's Make-Believe Economic Claims
Vanity Fair
On Tuesday night, President Donald Trump addressed a joint session of Congress in a speech that, among other things, touched on how he's going to turn out the most terrific, big-league economy this country has ever seen. Which would obviously be ...
Trump, in speech to Congress, calls to 'restart the engine' of US economyFox News
Trump Says Improving Economy Would Cover Defense Budget BoostWall Street Journal (subscription)
President Trump calls for 'merit-based' immigration system, stresses efforts to jumpstart economy in first address ...CNBC

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How A Weakened Mexican Economy Could Threaten U.S. Security ...
President Trump has taken an aggressive stance towards Mexico, both during his campaign and in his early days in office. He has threatened to dismantle ...

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Stay-At-Home Economy Is Here To Stay - Cramer's Mad Money (2/28/17)
Seeking Alpha
When Domino's Pizza (NYSE:DPZ) crushed earnings and Target (NYSE:TGT) got hammered, Cramer is convinced that the stay-at-home economy is getting strong. The comparisons between these two stocks are perfect metaphors for the current environment.

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The Economist (blog)

How the economy affects personal earnings
The Economist (blog)
ECONOMIC growth doesn't always lead to bigger pay packets. But it helps. A new study by economists Fatih Guvenen of the University of Minnesota, Sam Schulhofer-Wohl of the Chicago Federal Reserve, Jae Song of the United States Social Security ...


Economic growth lackluster at end of 2016 but stronger gains may lie ahead
The economy slowed in the fourth quarter as weaker business investment offset solid consumer spending, the government said Tuesday. Still, stronger gains may lie ahead. The nation's gross domestic product -- the value of all goods and services produced ...

Financial Times

Qatar's slowing economy puts World Cup spending in spotlight
Financial Times
At a time when the economy slowed on other fronts, construction work — and the economic activity that comes with it — is now focused on preparations for the 2022 World Cup. The Gulf state is building nine sports stadiums, “cooled” fan zones, hotels ...

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