Economic forecast 2018: Forgotten prosperity finally returns.

WASHINGTON, December 28, 2017: It has been nearly two decades since the American economy has experienced true prosperity. Prosperity means nearly all of us are thriving and experiencing good fortune, success and finding opportunity. If we define prosperity in terms of numbers, GDP growth would have to exceed 4%. That hasn’t happened since 2000, nearly two… Please follow and like us:

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Morgan Stanley raises forecast on China’s GDP growth

BEIJING – Morgan Stanley has revised its forecast on China’s GDP growth as it believes ongoing reforms, including excess capacity cuts, are improving the quality and structure of the economy. The New York-based investment bank predicted the economy will expand by 6.8 percent year-on-year in 2017 — up from a previous forecast of 6.6 percent –… Please follow and like us:

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US economy sees 3% growth, shrugging off hurricanes

The US economy continued to expand at a robust three percent clip in the third quarter despite back-to-back hurricanes, hitting President Donald Trump’s growth target for the second time since he took office, official data showed Friday, GDP growth in the world’s largest economy had its best six-month stretch since mid-2014, handily absorbing the shocks of… Please follow and like us:

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China Credit Debt-Service Ratio: Healthy But For How Much Longer?

Despite all of the country’s problems, China has proved its doubters wrong during the past few years. Even though several prominent Wall Street analysts and hedge fund managers have speculated that the country is on the verge of a financial crisis, policymakers have successfully managed the country away from any severe crisis. GDP growth reached 7%… Please follow and like us:

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US PE Stays Unfazed Amid Evolving Landscape

The dealmaking environment may be complex, as prices stay high and sourcing difficult, but US PE investors continue to deploy capital. And signs that the industry continues to evolve in response to broader cyclical factors—investing more heavily in tech companies and raising larger funds—remain intact. Get The Full Value Stocks Series in PDF Get the entire… Please follow and like us:

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Monetary policies likely to tighten to fight economic risks

Monetary policies are expected to become relatively tight in the second half of this year, as fending off financial risks has become a greater challenge than stabilizing growth, said economists and analysts. They spoke ahead of the release of second-quarter macroeconomic data, scheduled for Monday. The change may mean less monetary liquidity in the market, as… Please follow and like us:

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How Indians dodged government’s ‘black money’ clampdown

New Delhi, India – On November 8, 2016, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a shock decision declared all 500 and 1,000 rupee notes to be “worthless pieces of paper” from midnight onwards. This surprise demonetisation sucked out 86 percent of cash from circulation, ostensibly in an attempt to flush out unaccounted wealth, or “black money”.… Please follow and like us:

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