Economy Archive

The West’s biggest economic policy mistake – The Economist

The West’s biggest economic policy mistake  The Economist Source link Google News

UK economy out of the frying pan into the fire

LONDON As the U.K. prepares to leave the EU at the end of January and trade talks are about to begin, confidence in the British economy is in question after three years of Brexit turmoil. Tough end to 2019 The British Chamber of Commerce

ajay piramal: Good to see PM intervening in economy, we wait to see ac…

In an interaction with Nayantara Rai of ET NOW at India Development Debate, Ajay Piramal, Chairman of Piramal Group, talks about his interaction with the Prime Minister on how to revive the economy and why reviving demand would be key to bringing growth back

Railways may cut freight and passenger rates to boost slumped economy

The year 2019 was a roller coaster ride for different sectors of the economy, with jittery output and growth. There is helping hand for companies, as the railways may cut freight rates in a bid to boost economic growth,

Empty Hotels and Salmon Stuck in Traffic: Strike Bites French Economy

PARIS — Glittering with Christmas decorations, Galeries Lafayette, a famed department store in central Paris, typically draws up to 80,000 visitors a day during the holidays. But on a recent weekday morning, an uncharacteristically small crowd browsed designer clothes and artisanal chocolates in the

Defaults on debts increase as economy begins to bite – report

Consumer demand for credit has remained high in the third quarter of 2019 in the face of difficult economic conditions, according to a newly released TransUnion Industry Insights Report. It shows that outstanding balances increased across all major consumer lending categories, including bank personal

The charts that matter: a fresh hope for the global economy?

Welcome back. No new podcast this week I’m afraid, but we’ll do our best to rectify that next week, particularly as we’ve got the joys of the general election coming up. Meanwhile, if you missed any of this week’s Money Morning articles or blogs,

View: Recession door ast? – The Economic Times

The most compelling figures of the slowdown contained in the growth figures for the July-September Quarter of 2019 are one, nominal growth at 6.1%, about half the rate assumed while making budget estimates of tax collections, two, an absolute decline in gross fixed capital

NCAER projects Q2 GDP growth to decline to 4.9 percent

New Delhi: The country’s GDP growth is likely to decline to 4.9 per cent in the second quarter of this fiscal due to sustained slowdown in virtually all the sectors, economic think-tank NCAER said on Saturday. India‘s economy grew at 5 per cent in

EU latest: Brussels on edge after economic forecasts predicts crisis i…

Brussels fears that the “worst is still to come” for the EU economy, after several shockwaves this week sparked fears of an economic collapse. Bloomberg’s Annmarie Hordern confirmed that the European Commission was panicking at the latest set of economic projections, after they cut