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Economic Reports GDP

  • Ray Dalio: US most divided socially and economically since 1937

    In an essay, Ray Dalio, the head of Bridgewater Associates, compared the current U.S. climate to 1937.

  • Tax reform a big deal for economy 10 years from now, not short-term: Moody's Mark Zandi

    Mark Zandi, Moody's Analytics chief economist, discusses the outlook for the U.S. economy under President Trump and whether tax reform can even get through Congress.

  • *Thailand's Q2 GDP caps strong quarter for Southeast Asia. BANGKOK, Aug 21- Thailand's economy capped a solid performance for Southeast Asia in the second quarter, growing at its fastest clip in over four years thanks to strong exports- a common denominator for many countries still struggling to boost private consumption despite ultra-low interest rates.

  • *Romania, Hungary seen smoothly selling bonds at auctions. BUDAPEST, Aug 17- Central European assets firmed on Thursday, after robust second-quarter economic output figures in the region and ahead of bond auctions in Budapest and Bucharest. Hungary tenders 3-, 5- and 15- year bonds.

  • Tourists pose for a picture with the bull sculpture near Wall Street in New York,

    Jim Cramer says U.S. companies are making money despite Washington because business does not need politics behind it to succeed.

  • BUDAPEST, Aug 16- The zloty led Central Europe's main currencies higher on Wednesday after figures for the second quarter showed the region's economic growth remained strong. "Fears of conflict between the United States and North Korea decreased considerably, but Polish GDP data turned out to be so solid that investors don't rush to buy Polish papers," said...

  • A crane loads a shipping container branded AP Moller-Maersk A/S onto the freight ship. The company fell victim to a widespread cyberattack on June 27, 2017.

    European stocks closed higher on Wednesday afternoon, as geopolitical tensions in the Korean peninsula eased and investors waited braced for the release of minutes from the last Federal Reserve meeting.

  • Atlantic Fed CEO: Businesses are optimistic but didn't change their plans

    Raphael Bostic, Atlanta Federal Reserve president & CEO, and Thomas Fanning, Southern Company CEO, talk about business expectations and what it will take to propel growth. I want to see an environment where businesses can make profits and serve the consumer, says Bostic.

  • Atlantic Fed CEO: Our models show economy 'much stronger' in second half

    Raphael Bostic, Atlanta Federal Reserve president & CEO, shares insight to the health of the U.S. economy and explains why housing is an important component of economic growth. And Tom Fanning, Southern Company CEO, weighs in.

  • BUDAPEST, Aug 16- The zloty led Central Europe's main currencies higher on Wednesday after figures for the second quarter showed the region's economic growth remained strong. Pay has risen fastest in Romania, and according to Wednesday's data, its annual growth accelerated to 5.9 percent from 5.7 percent in the first quarter. Romania also has a trade deficit,...

  • LONDON, Aug 16- The Czech crown and Polish zloty jumped on Wednesday after strong economic growth data smashed forecasts, while emerging market stocks rose to a one-week high as tensions between North Korea and the United States eased. Central Europe's biggest market, Poland, delivered 3.9 percent growth, beating forecasts and lifting the zloty 0.4 percent and...

  • LONDON, Aug 16- Miners and oil stocks helped Europe's major share index make robust gains on Wednesday as higher metals prices lent a hand and improved euro zone GDP figures underpinned investor optimism over the region's equities. Basic resource stocks were the top boost, jumping 1.8 percent after London zinc hit a decade high, lifted by Chinese construction...

  • LONDON, Aug 16- Miners and oil stocks helped Europe's major share index make robust gains on Wednesday as higher metals prices lent a hand and investors awaited euro zone GDP figures expected to confirm the bloc's economic growth was on track. Basic resource stocks were the top boost, jumping 1.8 percent after London zinc hit a decade high, lifted by Chinese...

  • *Poland to report GDP figures at 0800 GMT. BUDAPEST, Aug 16- The crown jumped and the forint eased on Wednesday after the Czech Republic reported a surprise surge in second-quarter economic output, while Hungary's growth slowed down slightly. Poland is due to release second-quarter GDP figures at 0800 GMT.

  • LONDON, Aug 16- Miners and oil stocks helped Europe's major share index make strong gains on Wednesday, as higher metals prices lent a hand and investors awaited euro zone GDP figures expected to confirm the bloc's economic growth was on track. Basic resources stocks were the top boost, up 1.1 percent after London zinc hit a decade high, lifted by Chinese...

  • There are elements of economy that will be sustainable for decades: Trujillo Group Investments

    Solomon Trujillo, Trujillo Group Investments chairman and Latino Donor Collaborative co-chairman, discusses how Latinos could help boost the economy past the 2% GDP growth. He reacts to the CEOS leaving the president's manufacturing council in light of his comments about the riots in Charlottesville.

  • BERLIN— The German economy, Europe's largest, continued its strong performance in the second quarter with gross domestic product growing 0.6 percent over the previous quarter. The figures could bolster Chancellor Angela Merkel's re-election campaign, which has focused on Germany's record-low unemployment, balanced budget and strong economy.

  • BERLIN, Aug 15- The German economy grew by less than expected in the second quarter as net trade dampened an overall expansion which was driven by strong household spending and rising state expenditure, the Federal Statistics Office said on Tuesday. Seasonally and calender adjusted gross domestic product in Europe's biggest economy rose by 0.6 percent on the...

  • BUDAPEST/ BUCHAREST, Aug 14- Central European currencies and stocks firmed on Monday, reflecting expectations that second-quarter economic output data due in the region's main states on Wednesday will show continuing healthy growth. Trade was slow ahead of holidays in Poland and Romania on Tuesday. Analysts expect second-quarter GDP figures due on...

  • University students line up as they attend Rikunabi Live, a job fair in Chiba, Japan, on Wednesday, March 1, 2017.

    Japan's economy grew better than expected in the second quarter, but a lack of wage growth and labor shortages are likely to cause problems.