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Blistering US economy still surging at midsummer, leading index shows
The numbers: The ebullient U.S. economy flexed its muscles at midsummer and is likely to expand steadily in the months ahead, according to an index that measures the nation's economic health. The leading economic index rose 0.6% in July after a 0.5% ...
US Leading Economic Indicators Rose in JulyWall Street Journal

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Do Certain Market Signals Suggest A Slowing Economy Ahead?
Seeking Alpha
By most accounts, the economy is currently growing robustly, whether we look at metrics like retail sales, GDP, employment, and so on. However, investors focus on what might happen in the future. For that, we need to dig deeper into data that can give ...


Why the drop in China's stock market might not reflect its economic reality
China's stock market is in terrible shape, but it may not reflect the state of the Chinese economy. National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow raised eyebrows Thursday when he said in a Cabinet meeting with President Donald Trump that China's ...
Trade War Update: China Old Economy Debt Burdened As New Economy Faces TariffsForbes
Larry Kudlow at Cabinet Meeting: "We Are Crushing It" On Economy, We Have A "Genuine Boom"RealClearPolitics
The Latest: Kudlow: Chinese economy is 'terrible'Dayton Daily News
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What Happened This Week in the World Economy and What It Means
Follow the latest global economic news and analyis @economics. Crisis in Turkey has the emerging world bracing for a bear market and central bankers staring down fresh complications. Global trade drama saunters on, and populists are finding scattered ...

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Fast Company

Bill Gates offers a simple explanation for why the economy works differently now
Fast Company
This kind of product is very different than the physical products our basic economic theory was built around. Intangibles scale differently. Once a developer has paid for the upfront costs of developing a piece of software, for example, they need only ...

Opinion: Trump and Warren agree: Corporations are holding back the economy
The president said retiring PepsiCo PEP, +0.62% CEO Indra Nooyi told him that if he wants to make the economy great, corporations should move away from reporting their financial results on a quarterly basis. Trump said he asked the Securities and ...

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New York Times

In Turkey Economic Crisis, Erdogan Is His Own Megaphone, Blaming the West
New York Times
Economists say that Turkey's economic crisis is due primarily to Mr. Erdogan's mismanagement — unsustainable borrowing, cronyism and huge public works with little economic return — and now, he carries almost single-handedly the burden of steadying ...
China backs Turkey to overcome its economic crisisCNBC
Erdoğan, Trump, and the Strongman Politics Devastating Turkey's EconomyThe New Yorker
Erdogan-Trump Tiff Endangers Turkish Economy and NATOSPIEGEL ONLINE
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The Trump Economy Is Strong. So Why Exaggerate?
There's no denying that, since Donald Trump was sworn in as president in January 2017, the U.S. economy has been doing quite well. Growth in real gross domestic product has been steadily accelerating. (This chart and the next track year-over-year ...
The Daily 202: The US economy is thriving. Can Republicans ride that to a midterm upset?Washington Post
White House economic office faces criticism over incorrect African American economic figuresYahoo News
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The Myths About China's Economic Slowdown
China's real GDP growth peaked in 2007 at 14.2%, and has been trending downward since. By 2017, it dropped to 6.8%. That much is clear and unmistakable. The problem is how to interpret the slowdown, especially in light of some recent economic ...

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Is it the economy, stupid?
Republicans are betting on the strong economy to sway voters in November's elections, but will that work? This time around, maybe not. Also on today's show: A dispatch from Turkey, where Syrian refugees-turned-entrepreneurs are working to stay afloat ...

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