NEW YORK (Reuters) - Five years ago, the United States was in the midst of its worst recession in seven decades, and stocks were feeling it.
of $200 billion. After that, as the production fell and the oil prices started stabilizing, Petrobras saw its revenues decline sharply, similar to what it saw during the great recession of 2008. When we look at the Complete Story »
job market was just coming out of the recession . Prior to winter, hours worked had ..... Sector About to Recapture All Jobs Lost in Recession At current trend rates, the U.S ..... the jobs lost during the most recent recession . In fact, the United States could cross
rates stand at about 90% in the U.S. and Canada, and they did not materially differ from this level during the Great Recession . On a global basis, renewal rates stand at about 86%, which indicates that attrition rates are much higher at the international
ATHENS, March 6 (Reuters) - Greece's second-largest lender Piraeus Bank on Thursday reported a 2013 profit thanks to a one-off accounting gain, while bad loans rose further due to the country's crippling recession .
per capita returned to positive trajectories soon after previous temporary downturns, this time it not only started decelerating well prior to the global recession year (2009), but has not yet fully recovered its peak Complete Story »
the environmental movement has been successful in getting corporate leaders to pay attention to sustainability. But a big recession or a change in the competitiveness of American companies could really limit their attention. KI: Do you see politics shaping
revenues for the last 30 years. Notice that the slope of the line is getting smaller than usual after 2012 if we exclude the recession of 2008, which hurt the company's sales greatly. Historically, McDonald's has been growing its revenues every year
of the industry's burden when it comes to taking downtime, as smaller competitors are more able to maintain their pre- recession levels of mill utilization. As such, now that Rock-Tenn is even larger, its containerboard operations could suffer more
major mutual fund exclude this stock from their portfolio. After peaking at just north of $500 billion right before the recession in 2008, Exxon Mobil's market cap fell to as low as $295. Later on, the company's value recovered to about $420 billion