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U.S. Economy

U.S. Economy

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  1. Is the US economy really picking up steam? Earnings this week could provide a clue. FULL ARTICLE AT CNBC

  2. Submitted by Tim Price via The Cobden Center blog , “The European Central Bank has given its strongest signal yet that it is prepared to embrace quantitative easing to prevent the ... FULL ARTICLE AT Zero Hedge

  1. The major indexes rose as the U.S. economy showed signs of strengthening. Why Weatherford International and Meridian Bioscience should rise. FULL ARTICLE AT Barron's

  2. The distinguished analysts from Goldman Sachs reiterated their 2014 forecast for gold to hit $1,050 by the end of the year. They believe the paper price of gold will ... FULL ARTICLE AT Trade-Ideas.com

  3. White House Refuses To Comment On Petition To Deport Justin Bieber

    Troubled pop star Justin Bieber has had high-profile run-ins with the law recently but the White House doesn't appear set to add to his growing catalogue of woes. Just ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Business Insider

  1. White House Refuses To Comment On Petition To Deport Justin Bieber

    Troubled pop star Justin Bieber has had high-profile run-ins with the law recently but the White House doesn't appear set to add to his growing catalogue of woes. Just ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Business Insider

  2. Rand Paul wants to know when U.S. economy last created millions of jobs. Here's the answer.

    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul asks a question: When is the last time in our country we created millions of jobs? Unfortunately, he wasn't interested in the answer. Or, more ... FULL ARTICLE AT Newsvine

  3. Harvey Enchin: Housing market needs more relevant data

    Robert Shiller, co-winner of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Economics, warned in 2008 that Canada could face a housing bust similar to the collapse that crippled the U.S. economy. FULL ARTICLE AT Vancouver Sun

  4. Fed Bond-Buying Delivered ‘Significant’ Boost to U.S. Economy, IMF Researchers Say

    How much of a punch did the Federal Reserve’s easy-money policies pack? Quite a wallop, two economists say in a new paper published Friday by the International Monetary Fund. FULL ARTICLE AT Real Time Economics

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The economy of the United States is the largest national economy in the world in both nominal value and by purchasing power parity. Its nominal gross domestic product (GDP) was estimated as $14.4 trillion in 2008, which is about three times that of the world's second largest economy, Japan Its GDP by PPP is almost twice that of the second largest, China. The U.S. economy maintains a very high... Full Article At Wikipedia.org

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