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"There is little evidence of a pronounced effect" from the Brexit vote.
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Weeks of uncertainty have hurt business confidence.
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Only when the fruits of globalization are enjoyed by all segments of the society, especially the low-income and middle-class, would globalization be more acceptable politically and socially by broad segments of the population.
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As America is the world's growth engine, it's critical to know what its buyers are saying. The news is not just good; it's great. Manufacturers were discouraged by the poor winter weather, but they got over it; the index is now back to the heights seen last fall, and rising. New orders are leading the charge, up sharply in the last three months.
Growth is up, and it's looking like inflation is hard on its heels. The U.K. is charting this new course; we'd all do well to watch with interest, and to wish them well.
Canadians are three times more bullish about their own economy than Americans and seven times more than residents of the United Kingdom. This is one reason Stephen Harper is better positioned than eit...
LONDON - Europe's biggest economies are showing increasing signs of weakness, a sign that the struggles of their heavily-indebted neighbours are spreading across the region.The central banks of France...