Daily Archive: January 10, 2018

Jan
10

Canada takes US to WTO over anti-dumping system

Trade protest comes days ahead of talks over Trump efforts to renegotiate Nafta

Jan
10

Strong start to the year for European government debt sales

Jan
10

Flashing red metrics give the US Federal Reserve a reason to act

The right question is whether new risks to financial stability have arisen

Jan
10

UK economy grew by 0.6% in final quarter of 2017, says thinktank

Longest period of rising manufacturing output in 23 years contributed to fastest growth rate since late 2016, Niesr estimates

The longest spell of rising output from Britain’s factories in 23 years has left the economy on course to record its fastest rate of growth since late 2016, one of the country’s leading thinktanks has forecast.

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research said it was pencilling in expansion in gross domestic product of 0.6% in the final quarter of 2017, up from 0.4% in the previous three months and above the latest City estimates.

Continue reading…

Jan
10

Traditional growth measures give a false account of economic health

Invented in the manufacturing age, GDP is unsuited to the digital economy

» Newer posts