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United Nations, January 13, 2017
The increase in unemployment levels and rates in 2017 will be driven by deteriorating labour market conditions in emerging countries - as the impacts of several deep recessions in 2016 continue to affect labour markets in 2017.

By Tripti Kedia
Delhi, October 29, 2016
Experts say we are in the early stages of a bull run. We tell you how you can make the most of it.

New York, February 12, 2016
Investors are fleeing stocks and running to safe-havens like bonds and gold, driven by concerns about economic growth and the effectiveness of central banks' policies.

Sarika Malhotra
January 22, 2016
Indian exports in December 2015 fell by 14.75 per cent year-on-year, while for the fiscal year to date from April to December 2015, exports fell by 18.06 per cent year-on-year.

Jamie McGeever
December 2, 2015
As the US economy enters its seventh year of expansion following the 2008-09 crisis, the probability of recession will reach 65 per cent, Citi's rates strategists wrote in their 2016 outlook published late on Tuesday.

Sachith Kumar Rai
November 30, 2015
There is a significant trend being seen in NRI's returning to India and what is heartening to note is that these are not just professionals in the IT space.

Vatsal Srivastava
August 21, 2015
Not only has RBI governor Raghuram Rajan misread our domestic inflation prospects, his perception of the ground reality is also absurd. India desperately needs to see a large and a sharp fall in cost of capital.

Anna Yukhananov
Washington, June 11, 2015
The World Bank on Wednesday cut its global growth outlook for this year and urged countries to \"fasten their seat belts\" as they adjust to lower commodity prices and a looming rise in US interest rates.

Robin Emmott and Ingrid Melander
Riga, April 25, 2015
Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis faced a harsh morning in which euro zone ministers bemoaned talks they felt \"were going nowhere\" and one minister said that maybe it was time governments prepared for the plan B of a Greek default.

Paul Carrel and John O'Donnell
Frankfurt, January 22, 2015
A euro zone source said on Wednesday that the ECB's Executive Board, which met on Tuesday, has proposed that the bank should buy 50 billion euros ($58 billion) in bonds per month from March.

Vatsal Srivastava
December 30, 2014
The precious metal has been hammered over the last 18 months even though all the forecasts of rising US 10-year yields and US monetary tightening have not materialized.

Shamni Pande
October 7, 2014
Srivatsa Krishna, a 1994-batch IAS officer, shares his personal views with Business Today's Shamni Pande on why a management degree is a good investment for the future.

N Madhavan
May 2, 2014
For the first time, the truck majors are witnessing a fall in sale of spare parts as well - a clear indication that the current recession is much deeper than envisaged.

N. Madhavan
February 4, 2014
The slowing economy is the main reason for the industry's predicament. Also, despite huge discounts, unsold stock with dealers and in company stock yards at the end of Dec 2013 was equivalent to five months' sales. Most vehicles are being sold at 2010 prices. This has hurt industry's cash flow significantly.

Ranjay Gulati
December 31, 2013
Ranjay Gulati, who teaches organisational behaviour at Harvard Business School, says companies that focus on cutting costs and cut costs faster than the competition don't necessarily flourish when the recession ends.

Associated Press
Paris, September 3, 2013
The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has said that though developed economies are staging a comeback after years of lagging growth, a slowdown in emerging countries will keep global growth low this year.

Joaquin Almunia and Eduardo Perez Motta
June 3, 2013
So far, macroeconomic policy has borne both the blame for economic malaise and the hope that it can be overcome. But we should be devoting as much attention to the microeconomic problems - such as poor incentives and market failures - that led us into the crisis in the first place.

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