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Chilean Economy Unexpectedly Grew in December from Year Earlier

Chilean Economy Unexpectedly Grew in December from Year Earlier

The silhouettes of pedestrians are seen passing in front of the Santiago Stock Exchange in downtown Santiago, Chile on Thursday, June 28, 2018. Chile's government has a tough task -- passing a tax
Coronavirus Outbreak Clouds 2020 View: Global Economy Week

Coronavirus Outbreak Clouds 2020 View: Global Economy Week

The rapid spread of the coronavirus pandemic will loom large in the minds of economists in the coming days as the number of global cases soars and the impact on commerce spreads.
Mnuchin Touts Tax Cuts With Davos Finale Endorsing Fiscal Boost

Mnuchin Touts Tax Cuts With Davos Finale Endorsing Fiscal Boost

Top financial officials from the major global economies used the World Economic Forum in Davos to tout the benefits of government spending as a way to lift growth out of its funk and reduce reliance
Trump’s China Deal Is His Hedge Against Impeachment Damage

Trump’s China Deal Is His Hedge Against Impeachment Damage

Hours before the seven House Democrats managers marched articles of impeachment across the Capitol last week, President Donald Trump secured what he’s relying on to counter any political damage -- a
U.S. Factory and Mining Production Rose in December

U.S. Factory and Mining Production Rose in December

Although manufacturing grew, overall industrial output slumped on lower utilities output thanks to nicer weather.
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Europe’s Export Motor Heads Into 2020 Stuck in Reverse

Europe’s Export Motor Heads Into 2020 Stuck in Reverse

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Brussels Edition: A Middle Eastern Quandary

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U.S. Manufacturing Rebounds Sharply in November

U.S. Manufacturing Rebounds Sharply in November

Manufacturing and overall industrial output improved, with sharp upticks in autos, business equipment, and consumer goods.

Consumers Are Bullish. CEOs Remain Bearish. Could That Tension Sink the Economy?

Consumer confidence is pushing up retail sales. Meanwhile, CEOs (and CFOs too) concerns, are cutting back. Something's got to give—or the economy will begin to suffer.
U.S. Industrial Production Slumped Again in October

U.S. Industrial Production Slumped Again in October

The GM strike, slumping oil prices, and sluggish global demand pulled down industrial output more than expected.
American Factory Production Slumped in September

American Factory Production Slumped in September

Overall industrial production declined in September following strong growth in August, driven down by the GM strike and cheap energy.
Finance Chiefs Head to IMF Amid Slowdown Concerns: Economy Week

Finance Chiefs Head to IMF Amid Slowdown Concerns: Economy Week

The guardians of the world economy head to Washington this week under the cloud of a slowing world economy.
Trump 2020 Rust Belt Pitch Threatened by Manufacturing Recession

Trump 2020 Rust Belt Pitch Threatened by Manufacturing Recession

President Donald Trump has been boasting about creating manufacturing jobs in states key to his re-election, but an emerging recession in the sector threatens to reverse that trend and imperil his
Blame Game Begins as Tariffs Nick U.S., China Growth

Blame Game Begins as Tariffs Nick U.S., China Growth

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Italy Economy Seen Contracting Again, in Blow to Populists

Italy Economy Seen Contracting Again, in Blow to Populists

Italy’s economy probably shrank again this quarter, according to the country’s statistics office, complicating the populist government’s efforts to meet its fiscal commitments.
Brussels Edition: No Big Bazooka

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