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  1. Shopping Malls: Goners?

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    Fri, 6 Mar 2015

    Investors Service in an interview with TheStreet.com . The Great Recession , which started in late-2007, and the subsequent sluggish recovery lowered mall sales volume ..... S. counties. Since the economy began to recover from the recession , job growth is largely confined to the service industry

  2. Brazil's elite in crosshairs as Petrobras scandal widens

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    Thu, 5 Mar 2015

    BRASILIA/SAO PAULO, March 5 (Reuters) - A corruption scandal at state-run oil company Petrobras has entered a volatile new phase that could lead to jail for some of Brazil's best-known politicians and business leaders while making a likely recession even worse.

  3. Banks Breeze Through Fed's Annual Stress Tests

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    Thu, 5 Mar 2015

    scenarios, with the latter characterized by a substantial global weakening in economic activity, including a severe U.S. recession , large reductions in asset prices, significant widening of corporate bond spreads, and a sharp increase in equity market

  4. Banks Breeze Through Federal Reserve's Annual Quantitative Stress Tests

    Commentary

    Thu, 5 Mar 2015

    scenarios, with the latter characterized by a substantial global weakening in economic activity, including a severe U.S. recession , large reductions in asset prices, significant widening of corporate bond spreads, and a sharp increase in equity market

  5. Vanguard’s Economic and Investment Outlook

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    Wed, 4 Mar 2015

    euro area is characterized by elevated recession and deflation risks as policymakers struggle to arrest such concerns. Meanwhile, China’s economic growth is in a ..... that the economy could fall back into recession or suffer from falling prices in the region as a whole.1 We believe the euro will survive intact, although ..... policy, some developed markets could be a recession away from realizing deflation. Global

  6. How Food and Oil Boost Jobs

    Headlines

    Wed, 4 Mar 2015

    restaurant industry weathered the Great Recession better than other sectors and rebounded to pre- recession job levels by 2010. With restaurant employment ..... nation’s recovery from the Great Recession ,” the NRA adds. “Eating and drinking

  7. Rate Hikes? Not in 2015

    Headlines

    Tue, 3 Mar 2015

    product expanded by 5% in the third quarter, many cheered that, at last, the economy had fully recovered from the Great Recession . But growth for the fourth quarter fell back to an estimated 2.6%. “The GDP number is a little weaker, so it may

  8. Hasenstab on Global Growth: Headwinds or Tailwinds?

    Headlines

    Tue, 3 Mar 2015

    United States, many observers seem to expect a major slowdown in China and to view the eurozone as being on the brink of recession . However, even the latest IMF forecasts, which have generated so many pessimistic headlines, show the global economy accelerating

  9. Going to the Dogs

    Headlines

    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

    clutches of the depression. This time, following the Great Recession , it was actually the United States that gained first mover advantage, lowering interest rates to near zero percent ..... include general economic conditions such as inflation, recession and interest rates. Janus makes no representation as to whether

  10. Stage Is Set for Higher Wage Growth

    Video Reports

    Mon, 2 Mar 2015

    can see that in the early 2000s, all three measures collapsed during the recession . But it was followed by a swift and nearly full recovery. Then, the next recession in 2008 was much more severe for the labor market, and the subsequent recovery

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    see that in the early 2000s, all three measures collapsed during the recession . But it was followed by a swift and nearly full recovery. Then, the next recession in 2008 was much more severe for the labor market, and the subsequent recovery has been painfully slow. In early 2014, a
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