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U.S. Economy

U.S. Economy

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  1. [**Over at Equitable Growth**][1]: I was writing a piece about the rather strange belief I hear that the failure of the U.S. economy to fall into a recession ... FULL ARTICLE AT Grasping Reality

  2. Now it’s time to find out if the U.S. economy is still a single locomotive — or an inseparable part of a larger global train that’s slowing down. FULL ARTICLE AT MarketWatch

  1. Strategies: The Strong Dollar Is Always Good, Except When It Isn’t

    A weaker dollar was a reason for the relative health of the American economy, and a stronger currency could reverse some of the progress the nation has made. FULL ARTICLE AT The New York Times

  2. Positive European cues coupled with healthy growth data from China and improving US economy prospects led the foreign portfolio investors (FPIs) to pump in Rs.5,748.07 crore or ... FULL ARTICLE AT Webindia123

  3. NEW YORK -- Americans hoping to save on European goods thanks to a falling euro shouldn't rush to uncork that bottle of French Bordeaux. There's very little to celebrate ... FULL ARTICLE AT Arkansas Online

  1. With Fed mouthpiece Jon Hilsenrath warning - in no lesser status-quo narrative-deliverer than The Wall Street Journal - that The ECB's actions (and pre-emptive collapse in the EUR) means the U ... FULL ARTICLE AT Zero Hedge

  2. States Where The Middle Class Is Dying: 24/7 Wall St.

    Click here to see the states where the middle class is dying. The American economy is by many measures well on the road to full recovery. The national unemployment rate ... FULL ARTICLE AT Huffington Post Business

  3. Euro's Drop Puts Fed, U.S. Economy To the Test

    The ECB’s program to buy bonds—and the resulting fall in the euro—means the U.S. must deal with a strengthening dollar that will make American goods more ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Wall Street Journal

  4. Strategies: The Strong Dollar Is Always Good, Except When It Isn’t

    A weaker dollar was a reason for the relative health of the American economy, and a stronger currency could reverse some of the progress the nation has made. FULL ARTICLE AT International Herald Tribune

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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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