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Bloomberg

Who Has the World's No. 1 Economy? Not the US
Bloomberg
The countries with the highest income per person, in order, are Qatar, Luxembourg, Singapore, Brunei and the United Arab Emirates. But few would argue that Qatar or Luxembourg is the world's leading economy -- while per-capita numbers are important for ...

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CNNMoney

Xi's Speech Had 89 Mentions of the 'Environment,' Just 70 of the 'Economy'
Bloomberg
Overwhelmed by the three-hours-plus vision statement served up by Xi Jinping today? A quick word search reveals a lot. Bloomberg Intelligence crunched the rhetoric in the Chinese-language version of the president's speech to the 19th Communist Party ...
The Xi Jinping economy: What's next for China?CNNMoney
Xi Jinping makes big promises for China's economic futureCNBC
China Will Further Open Its Economy and Deepen Reforms, Pledges Xi JinpingFortune
TIME -U.S. News & World Report -Marketplace.org
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BBC News

The human cost of China's economic reforms
BBC News
With incentives for infrastructure and aggressive quota demands for, mostly foreign, manufacturers, this is part and parcel of Beijing's effort to make China's economy less focused on government investment and cheap exports - and instead to one that is ...

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Business Insider

6 charts from the OECD show how Brexit has damaged the British economy
Business Insider
The report also contained a whole heap of data and charts on the state of the economy, many of which do not make for pleasant reading. Business Insider pulled out six charts from the OECD's presentation that we feel illustrate best the economic impacts ...
Reversing Brexit would boost economy, says OECD - BBC NewsBBC News
Britain's economy will continue to grow even if it leaves the EU without a deal, OECD admitsTelegraph.co.uk
Reverse Brexit with second referendum to save your economy ...The Independent
Daily Mail -POLITICO.eu -The Times -OECD.org
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CNBC

US economy hums along, still few signs of pickup in inflation: Fed
CNBC
The economy expanded at a modest to moderate pace in September through early October, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday in its Beige Book report. There were still few signs of an acceleration in inflation. The Fed's measurements were impacted by ...
Fed Sees Economy Advancing Amid 'Widespread Labor Tightness'Bloomberg

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Seeking Alpha

Investments For A Booming Economy: Seaspan Is Set For Success
Seeking Alpha
In a booming economy, fueled by increasing consumer sentiment and retail consumption follow-through, international trade will flourish. Containership trades are posting record volume. Seaspan is the world's largest containership lessor, with a large ...



CNBC

US tax reform may help economy: NY Fed's Dudley
CNBC
An overhaul of U.S. tax code to make it simpler and more broad-based should foster business investments and productivity, boosting overall domestic economic growth, New York Federal Reserve PresidentWilliam Dudley said on Wednesday. The current tax ...



Quartz

India's putting economic growth above all else—and thousands of women are dying as a result
Quartz
Breast cancer is a growing epidemic in India. It could kill 76,000 women a year by 2020, according to a recent study. It claimed more than 70,000 lives in 2012. At the heart of the issue is the country's rapid economic development, which has made ...

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Forbes

China's Economy Performs Suspiciously Well Ahead Of Landmark ...
Forbes
The government probably worked a bit of magic on the figures the ruling party's national congress opens Wednesday, but analysts say it probably didn't have to ...

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CNN

Move over, economy: Americans ramp up concern over national security and foreign policy
CNN
Instead, a combined 1 in 3 Americans (32%) now say that national security and foreign policy are the top issues facing the US today, climbing from a combined 22% back in March. The economy had previously held the top spot, with 26% of Americans citing ...

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