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Chinese, U.S. factories struggle, Europe still in slump

Chinese, U.S. factories struggle, Europe still in slump | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Factory output in China weakened to a nine-month low in June while U.S. manufacturing closed out its worst quarter in the last four, suggesting the road to recovery for the (Chinese, U.S.
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Osborne's cuts will shape the economy – and the future role of the state

Osborne's cuts will shape the economy – and the future role of the state | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
Wonder what the Project Fear campaign has to say about Westminster's "mind-boggling" cuts: http://t.co/aqz6RNbLaQ #indyref
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Royal Baby's Bump to British Economy Estimated at $376 Million - TIME

Royal Baby's Bump to British Economy Estimated at $376 Million - TIME | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
Royal Baby's Bump to British Economy Estimated at $376 Million TIME It's estimated that the baby fever surrounding parents-to-be, Kate Middleton and Prince William, would inject £240 million pounds (or $375.7 million) into the British economy,...
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New Bank of England governor readies institution for 'significant change'

New Bank of England governor readies institution for 'significant change' | Macroeconomics | Scoop.it
Advert for deputy governor's job due in coming days, but Mark Carney has already brought in new faces, roles and rules to 319-year-old Bank

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Graham Watson's curator insight, June 28, 2013 4:56 AM

Instituitional change ahead at the Bank of England as the new Governor makes his mark in establishing his own team and in setting out how he intends to differ from his predecessor. However, as others have already suggested, how much is going to change in reality is much more debatable.

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UK Budget Gap Narrows on Spending Drop, Swiss Deal: Economy - Bloomberg

The Independent UK Budget Gap Narrows on Spending Drop, Swiss Deal: Economy Bloomberg Britain's budget deficit narrowed in May as government spending fell and the Treasury got a 3.2 billion-pound ($5 billion) boost from a deal with Switzerland to...
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