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Goldman Sachs cuts India GDP, rupee forecasts - Reuters India

Goldman Sachs cuts India GDP, rupee forecasts - Reuters India | Ap MaCrO 2013 | Scoop.it
Economic Times Goldman Sachs cuts India GDP, rupee forecasts Reuters India Reuters Market Eye - Goldman Sachs joins the downgrading bandwagon, sharply cutting India's GDP forecast to 4 percent from 6 percent for FY14 and to 5.4 percent from 6.8...
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Unemployment benefits are vanishing faster than the job market is improving - Washington Post

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Unemployment benefits are vanishing faster than the job market is improving Washington Post But now look at the green line, which shows the total number of people in the United States receiving unemployment benefits.


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Government Spending as Percentage of GDP - Mish's Global ...

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Mish's financial blog covers global news and macroeconomic events regarding the world economy. The blog's primary focus is inflation, deflation, and hyperinflation topics, especially currencies, gold, silver, crude, oil, energy ...
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US to relax quantitative easing but emerging markets grow tense

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As the US Federal Reserve tapers QE and interest rates rise, there are reasons not to fear a repeat of the Asian crisis (GUARDIAN business US to relax quantitative easing but emerging markets grow tense: As the US Federal Reserve t...


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Economan's curator insight, August 25, 2013 5:42 PM
READ THIS! R we seeing the start of an emerging markets currency crisis? The Brazilian real is down 20% and the Indian rupee is fading fast....see how the emerging market currencies are linked to actions being taken by the US Federal Reserve, including their recent decision to start "tapering" bond purchases.
Martin Eden's comment, August 26, 2013 9:50 PM
I would have to agree, India's economy is stagnating as it becomes more and more costly to import resources.
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Rupee hits 64: Five lessons from an avoidable man-made disaster - Firstpost

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Firstpost Rupee hits 64: Five lessons from an avoidable man-made disaster Firstpost Weak commodity prices, with the Reuters CRB commodity index down by over 30 percent since the financial crisis erupted in 2007-08, bureaucracy, corruption and weak...
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FX: 3 Scenarios, How to Trade the FOMC Minutes - Forex Market (blog)

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The minutes from the last FOMC meeting is scheduled for release today and FX traders are gearing up for a potentially big reaction in the forex markets.
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