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China's Economy Grew Steadily, Thanks to Loans and Homes
New York Times
Heavy lending by state-owned banks, brisk government spending and strong exports helped keep China's economy growing briskly and steadily. China's statistical agency said on Thursday that the economy had grown 6.8 percent in the July-to-September ...
Financial appointees in China 'far more important' than political ones for economy, says scholarCNBC
China Propels Global Economy Through Best Performance in DecadeBloomberg
China's skewed sex ratio makes president Xi's job a lot harderQuartz
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More debt helps China keep its economy humming
Experts and even Chinese government officials have repeatedly flagged doubts about the accuracy of the country's economic data. And analysts say the broadly stable growth figures over the past couple of years mask underlying issues, such as the heavy ...
For Clues To China's Crackdown On Public Expression, Look To Its EconomyNPR
China's Economic Growth Remains Intact as Party Leaders MeetBloomberg
Xi Jinping makes big promises for China's economic futureCNBC
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Debt, old age, stagnation: Japan's economy faces huge challenges
Japan is the world's most heavily indebted rich country, with government debt more than twice as big as the national economy. The government needs to raise money to pay down this debt, but it also needs more cash to spend on social care for its already ...
Japan's Economy, Stocks Gather Steam Ahead Of Sunday ElectionNasdaq
Japan's young job-hoppers are feeling more secure than they have in yearsEconomic Times

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New York Times

In St. Louis, Protests Over Police Violence Disrupt Economy, and Win Attention
New York Times
With a focus on disrupting the city's economy, the protests have forced the city to pay more than $3 million in police overtime and have led to lost revenue after a couple of major concerts were canceled. Demonstrations — or even just the fear of them ...

Economist Lynn Reaser: US Economy: Few Signs Of A Bubble
Seeking Alpha
Dr. Lynn Reaser is chief economist, Fermanian Business and Economic Institute and was Bank of America Chief Economist 1996-2009 and Wells Fargo Chief Economist 1992-1996. Harlan Levy: How disruptive and how threatening to the U.S. economy and ...

The Economy Sure Looks Headed for a Fall
Mother Jones
Those looking for reason to worry don't have to search far. There's a potential war with North Korea and ongoing drama in Washington D.C. But stepping aside from politics, the market has tended to drop when just about everyone thinks the good times ...

The New Yorker

There's a Dangerous Bubble in the Fossil-Fuel Economy, and the ...
The New Yorker
Carolyn Kormann on how the Trump Administration's environmental and energy policies, especially the proposed repeal of Obama's Clean Power Plan, could ...
Costly power plan no longer threatens Virginia's economyBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

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Who Has the World's No. 1 Economy? Not the U.S. - Bloomberg
By the most measures, China has passed the U.S. and is pulling away.

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New York Times

Europe's Fastest-Growing Economy Could Be Headed for Trouble
New York Times
For now, any comparison to Greece, the most extreme example of an economy wrecked by unrestrained government largess, stretches credulity. At the end of last year, Romania's public debt was about 39 percent of its annual economic output, a fraction of ...


This is the biggest mystery in the U.S. economy - Oct. 19, 2017
U.S. inflation has been persistently low for years. Top policymakers don't have many strong explanations. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen recently called the ...
US economy hums along, still few signs of pickup in inflation: FedCNBC
Fed Sees Economy Advancing Amid 'Widespread Labor Tightness'Bloomberg

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