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Things look terrible for Britain's Brexit economy — but it might not be as bad as we think

LONDON — On Friday, n ew data from the Office for National Statistics showed UK GDP growth slowing to just 0.3% in the first quarter of 2017. After close to 10 months of shockingly strong growth, the numbers confirmed what economists...Show More Summary

Procrastinating on April 29, 2017

Over at [Equitable Growth](http://EquitableGrowth.org): Must- and Should-Reads: Trade, Jobs, and Inequality | Equitable Growth What Can Be Done to Improve the Episteme of Economics? | Equitable Growth Branko Milanovic: _El Super Clasico: Trade and Technology Duke It Out at CUNY_: "The panelists seemed to agree... Show More Summary

Goldman Warns The Gap Between Stock Investors' Hopes & Reality Is Close To An All-Time High

If US GDP growth were tracking sentiment data alone, Goldman estimates the US economy would be growing at its fastest rate of the post-crisis period... But as many saw yesterday - crushing the hopes and dreams of a multitude of over-confident...Show More Summary

Seven unusual economic trends taking hold since Trump’s inauguration

One hundred days into President Donald Trump’s term, we decided to look past the usual unemployment numbers and GDP growth and instead seek out economic indicators in unusual places. Here’s what we found has changed since Inauguration Day: Continue reading ? The post Seven unusual economic trends taking hold since Trump’s inauguration appeared first on PBS NewsHour.

Malaysia PM warns inequality fuelling extremism; ASEAN urges calm over North Korea

By Kanupriya Kapoor and Karen Lema MANILA (Reuters) - Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak warned on Friday that Southeast Asian countries needed to ensure their economic growth was inclusive, or risk marginalized people turning to violent extremism or even overturning political systems. Show More Summary

Contrary to What You Read in the WaPo, Weather Actually Sped Growth in First Quarter

The Washington Post's article on first quarter GDP growth wrongly told readers that unusually warm weather slowed GDP growth in the first quarter. The rationale was that this lead to a decline in the use of electricity and heating compared with a normal winter, which meant less output. Show More Summary

Music Think Tank Weekly Recap: First Indie Album • Growth Hacks • Metadata • More

On MusicThinkTank this week, we had pieces covering how to launch your first indie album, key growth hacks for a building a solid music career, why you really ought to care about metadata, and more. MusicThinkTank | Tips For Launching Your First Indie Album Jo Pacheco | Spot On Track...

MusicThinkTank Weekly Recap: Launching Your First Indie Album

MusicThinkTank | Tips For Launching Your First Indie Album Jo Pacheco | Spot On Track And Its Benefits To Fans And Musicians Mylène Besançon | Simple Growth Hacks For Building A Solid Music Career Michelle Lockey | Metadata Schemetadata? Here’s Why You Should Care Wallace Collins | Legal Basics For The Diy World: Artists, Authors, Creators And Musicians

What gives? Profit growth pops as GDP stalls

Earnings and GDP don’t always move in tandem.        

India To Force Tax Duty on Bitcoin

India is considered as an important country for Bitcoin’s growth and future. The demonetisation drive sprung upon the nation late last year

Yes, President Trump Can Undo Controversial National Monuments

President Trump has an opportunity to reconsider whether the more than 500 million acres President Obama locked up could be better put to creating jobs and economic growth.

ISS Astronauts: There's a Fungus Among Us

NASA is set to use a radical new "tricorder" DNA sequencer to work out what a mysterious fungus found growing on the International Space Station is. Astronauts have reported funding the strange microbial growths on walls and surfaces, and it has even clogged waterlines. Show More Summary

U.S. first quarter growth weakest in three years as consumer spending falters

``Gross domestic product increased at a 0.7 percent annual rate also as the government further cut defense spending and businesses spent less on inventories, the Commerce Department said on Friday in its advance estimate. That was the weakest performance since the first quarter of 2014.''

Mexico economy survives Trump's first 100 days

The Mexican economy has fared better than expected under the uncertainty caused by US President Donald Trump's first 100 days in office, with GDP up 0.6 percent in the first quarter. The gross domestic product growth, announced Friday by the Mexican Institute of Statistics (INEGI), slightly beat analysts' expectations of a 0.5 percent boost. Show More Summary

Yorba Linda celebrates its 50th year as a city with a series of events

Yorba Linda is kicking off its golden anniversary celebration next week. The “Land of Gracious Living” was incorporated Nov. 2, 1967 and since then has enjoyed growth and prosperity. “It’s a major milestone in the city so we want to commemorate and celebrate this special occasion,” said Management Analyst Allison Estes.  “It’s an exciting time […]

What Growth Can’t Fix

In the Wall Street Journal, Stephen Moore says that if reforms to the tax code and other economic policies boost economic growth, we would have much less reason to worry about the federal debt. Assuming annual average growth of 3 rather...Show More Summary

3 Reasons Why Being Dedicated To Your Personal Growth Is So Important

Carrying around emotional baggage is a heavy burden to bear and must be healed as an integral part of our journeys. Unfortunately, we all have to face at one point or another that our lives aren’t going to get better until we’ve dealt...Show More Summary

America’s economic growth slows to 0.7%

THE news that America’s GDP growth slowed to 0.7% on an annualised basis in the first quarter of 2017 is no real surprise, for two reasons.

STOCKS SLIP AFTER GDP WHIFFS: Here's what you need to know

Stocks slid slightly to end the week after US GDP growth missed the mark, hitting its lowest level in three years. All three major US stock indexes finished in the red on Friday, with the Dow Jones industrial average sliding the most. We've...Show More Summary

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