25
SEP
2012

Spanish Leader Outlines Fresh Overhauls

By RICHARD BOUDREAUX, MATTHEW WALTER and MICHAEL CASEY – September 25, 2012 NEW YORK—The Spanish government will restrict programs that allow people to take early retirement as part of overhauls to rein in the country’s debt and shore up its shrinking economy, Prime Minist
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25
SEP
2012

ISSER says Ghana’s economy recorded 14.4% growth in 2011

By Source: GNA – September 25, 2012 Ghana’s economy grew 14.4 per cent in 2011 mainly from the cocoa, mining and oil sectors, Professor Felix Asante, Deputy Director, Institute of Statistical Social and Economic Research (ISSER) said on Monday. Despite this encouraging situation
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11
SEP
2012

Trade Gap in U.S. Widens as Exports Start to Wane: Economy

By Michelle Jamrisko – September 11, 2012 Reuters) – Manufacturing in the United States shrank at its sharpest clip in more than three years last month, a survey showed on Tuesday, the latest sign that the slowing global economy is weighing on an already weak U.S. recovery
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11
SEP
2012

The iPhone 5 And The Economy: Don’t Believe The Hype

By Jacob Goldstein – September 11, 2012 The iPhone 5 will give a nice boost to U.S. economic growth in the last three months of this year, according to a new note from JPMorgan. Not surprisingly, lots of people are writing about this note. It’s a prediction about the iPhon
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04
SEP
2012

Manufacturing another headache for U.S. economy

By Jonathan Spicer – September 4, 2012 Reuters) – Manufacturing in the United States shrank at its sharpest clip in more than three years last month, a survey showed on Tuesday, the latest sign that the slowing global economy is weighing on an already weak U.S. recovery. A
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04
SEP
2012

Swiss economy shrinks under euro crisis pressure

By Catherine Bosley – September 04, 2012 (Reuters) – The Swiss economy unexpectedly shrank in the second quarter as the euro zone crisis caught up with a country that had seemed relatively immune to its neighbors’ woes, providing further justification for the central
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