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Aging Japan Puts a Strain on the Financial System

Japan’s population is shrinking and getting older, posing challenges to the nation’s financial system. How.

How Greece could escape debtors’ prison – if Europe opens the door

Greece has acted out a European tragedy for more than seven years. But some signs.

Australians are working longer so they can pay off their mortgage debt

Rising mortgage debt is affecting everything from employment to spending, as Australians approach retirement, our.

China Reports Robust Economic Growth, While Risks Continue to Mount

China’s National Bureau of Statistics has announced that second quarter GDP growth in the country.

When PIIGS Fly

Leaders in their respective countries may not be happy about it, but the acronym “PIIGS”.

U.S. Industrial Production in May Unchanged from April

The Federal Reserve announced yesterday that U.S. Industrial Production in May held steady from its.

Slowing Australian Growth Surfaces Recession Fears

Australia’s economy has been among the most resilient in the world. It has now been.

Productivity Growth Continues at a Meager Pace in the U.S.

First-quarter productivity growth, as measured as output per hour worked, was revised to flat to.

United States’ Industrial Production Moves Higher in April

Industrial production moved higher by 1.0% in April from its March reading and 2.2% versus.

China’s Trade Growth Cools in April

The rate of growth in both imports and exports in China slowed in April. The.