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World Economic Outlook, April 2014: Recovery Strengthens, Remains Uneven

World Economic Outlook, April 2014: Recovery Strengthens, Remains Uneven

World Economic Outlook, April 2014: Recovery Strengthens, Remains Uneven

The world economy continues its slow recovery from the global financial crisis, but the main impetus for growth now lies with the advanced economies. The April 2014 WEO examines the causes and implications of recent trends, including increased financial volatility in emerging market economies, lower-than-expected inflation in advanced economies, and the withdrawal of monetary accommodation. It examines the policy priorities for both advanced economies and emerging market developing economies. The report includes a chapter that analyzes the causes of worldwide decreases in real interest rates since the 1980s and another chapter that examines factors behind the fluctuations in emerging market economies’ growth, including the role of China.

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The economic axioms: Their bearing on inflation, interest rates, and unemployment

The economic axioms: Their bearing on inflation, interest rates, and unemployment

The economic axioms: Their bearing on inflation, interest rates, and unemployment

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World Economic Outlook, May 1999: International Financial Contagion

World Economic Outlook, May 1999: International Financial Contagion

World Economic Outlook, May 1999: International Financial Contagion

The World Economic Outlook, published twice a year in English, French, Spanish, and Arabic, presents IMF staff economists’ analyses of global economic developments during the near and medium term. Chapters give an overview of the world economy; consider issues affecting industrial countries, developing countries, and economies in transition to market; and address topics of pressing current interest. Annexes, boxes, charts, and an extensive statistical appendix augment the text.

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Unemployment Insurance: Economic Circumstances of Individuals Who Exhausted Benefits

Unemployment Insurance: Economic Circumstances of Individuals Who Exhausted Benefits

Unemployment Insurance: Economic Circumstances of Individuals Who Exhausted Benefits

The UI program, established under Title III of the Social Security Act in 1935, was intended to, among other things, help those who become unemployed through no fault of their own, and help stabilize the economy during recessions. The program is generally financed by federal and state payroll taxes levied on employers.

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Economic Data Report: Oil Futures Down, July Consumer Spending Higher than Income Growth

Economic Data Report: Oil Futures Down, July Consumer Spending Higher than Income Growth

Officials from the Commerce Department said Monday that consumer spending during July was higher than monthly income growth, resulting in a fall in personal …

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Lowering the permanent rate of unemployment a study prepared for the use of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States

Lowering the permanent rate of unemployment a study prepared for the use of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States

Lowering the permanent rate of unemployment a study prepared for the use of the Joint Economic Committee, Congress of the United States

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Regional Economic Outlook, May 2011: Europe – Strengthening the Recovery

Regional Economic Outlook, May 2011: Europe – Strengthening the Recovery

Regional Economic Outlook, May 2011: Europe - Strengthening the Recovery

The May 2011 Regional Economic Outlook: Europe anticipates that recovery in the region will solidify, with recoveries in advanced and emerging Europe likely to be mutually reinforcing. Advanced Europe continues to absorb most of emerging Europe’s exports, while the role of emerging Europe as a market for advanced Europe will expand. Chapters discuss the outlook and policy priorities for advanced and emerging Europe, and analyze the role of financial integration in the buildup and resolution of imbalances within the euro area.

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2014 Session Summary: Economic Development and Transportation

2014 Session Summary: Economic Development and Transportation
The fighting between the two chambers and among interest groups about how to implement reforms to the economic incentive process, how far to roll back state-funded unemployment benefits and how and where transportation dollars should be spent was …
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Applications For Jobless Benefits Jump
WASHINGTON (April 24, 2014) The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits surged 24,000 to a seasonally adjusted 329,000 last week, although the gain likely reflected temporary layoffs in the week before Easter, the U.S. Labor Department …
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Charts of the day: Jobless claims as a real-time economic indicator – Credit Writedowns

Charts of the day: Jobless claims as a real-time economic indicator
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Jobless claims: a good coincident indicator of the US economy. If you look at changes in jobless claims it can also help you call turning points in the economy. I have done claims graphs a few times over the past six years but I haven't posted an


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US jobless claims jump as spending, income pick up speed
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Initial claims for state unemployment benefits increased 14,000 to a seasonally adjusted 344,000 for the week ended April 26, the Labor Department said on Thursday. That was the highest level since February. Claims for the week ended April 19 were …

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Economic Deception and Jobless (Hopeless) Recovery Exposed: Getting fired now is the best thing that could happen to you

Economic Deception and Jobless (Hopeless) Recovery Exposed: Getting fired now is the best thing that could happen to you

Economic Deception and Jobless (Hopeless) Recovery Exposed: Getting fired now is the best thing that could happen to you

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