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The Economy Is Working For Workers, Washington Isn't
Forbes
Amid endless stories of Washington's dysfunction, another powerful story is emerging, and it seems almost independent of any actions of the President or Congress. In poll after poll, public perceptions of the economy's performance are up. People's ...



CNNMoney

Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria hammers an economy that can't take much more
CNNMoney
Hurricane Maria hit the island on Wednesday as a Category 4 storm, threatening lives and promising potentially devastating economic damage. The island is already deep in a years-long debt debacle spurred by mismanaged funds, archaic energy policies ...

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CNBC

Merkel warned Germany needs a policy rethink to keep economy growing
CNBC
Angela Merkel is likely to win a fourth term as chancellor after a national election on Sunday but business leaders are already warning her that the next government must implement growth-friendly policies to ensure Germany remains the euro zone's ...
Merkel's Problem: Booming German Economy Is So 20th Century ...Bloomberg
Germans' misplaced faith in economic strengthPOLITICO.eu
It's the economy, stupid – why Angela Merkel will probably win againRT

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Reuters

Fed conflicted by weak US inflation, global economic rebound
Reuters
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Caught between a lull in U.S. inflation and a stronger global economy, the Federal Reserve is expected on Wednesday to signal whether it will raise interest rates for a third time this year or back off until prices rise more briskly.
As Economy Grows, Fed Set to Shrink Bond HoldingsNew York Times
The Fed is about to do something it has never done beforeWashington Post
Trump's chance to reshape the Federal Reserve could be his biggest economic legacyLos Angeles Times

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Harvard Business Review

Japan Is Counting on Shareholder Activism to Improve Its Economy
Harvard Business Review
But the case for shareholder activism is perhaps best seen in Japan, where the corporate sector tends to be structurally skewed in favor of employees, at the expense of shareholders and the economy. In Japan several factors combine to help insulate ...

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Economy Looks Like Early Stages Of An Economic Boom
Forbes
As I said on Friday, people continue to look for what could bust the economy from here, and are missing out on what looks like the early stages of a boom. We constantly hear about how the fundamentals don't support the move in stocks. Yet, we've looked ...



Forbes

David Brooks Is Mistaken: The Economy Is Broken
Forbes
Two years of income growth don't undo the trauma flowing from 50 years of wage stagnation, much less lead to the conclusion that there are “no structural flaws” in the economy. As Patricia Cohen's article in the New York Times the following day pointed ...



Reuters

Japan's Abe promises 'daring policies' to boost economy
Reuters
N225 scaled a more than two-year high this week and Japan's economy has expanded for six straight quarters, Japan under Abe has not achieved price inflation targets and critics say his economic reforms have not gone far enough. Abe has faced investor ...
UPDATE 2-Japan's Abe promises 'daring policies' to boost economyMarkets Insider

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Reuters

India's Jaitley vows 'necessary' measures to revive slowdown-hit economy
Reuters
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India is considering ways to revive its slowdown-hit economy and will unveil the “necessary” steps once Prime Minister Narendra Modi signs off on them, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said on Wednesday. Jaitley has held meetings ...
Package soon to boost economy; no cuts in fuel rates: Arun JaitleyEconomic Times
Government mulling additional measures to boost economy, says Arun JaitleyTimes of India
No Policy Change In Economy, Government Goes For Tweaks Instead: 10 FactsNDTV

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Fox News

Irma's damage a reminder of Florida economy's vulnerability
Fox News
"Irma doesn't change the fact that there is no state income tax," said Sean Snaith, director of the University of Central Florida's Institute for Economic Competitiveness. "In a few months, when the first Alberta Clipper starts blowing down cold ...

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