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Economy - Economics USA

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Whether it is earnings hockey-sticks, global growth ramps, or fiscal cliff resolutions, it seems the market can only see the silver-lining. We temper that extreme bullish view with the fact that all the monetary policy good news has to be out now - f

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But during this election season the American people are told to put all of their attention on the "red team" and the "blue team". We are told that the two major political parties are philosophical opposites and that they want to take the United

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"It has never been easy to have a rational conversation about the value of gold," wrote Ken Rogoff in a 2010 piece titled $10,000 Gold?.

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Terrence Aym

It's official: Americans are slipping into poverty at a rate that experts warn is accelerating. The U.S. Census continues to release figures that are not only disheartening, but frightening. Worse, as real household income declines, inflation is hea

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Lawrence Parks, Free Market

The GDP measures all goods and services brought to market in a given year. But is it really an accurate measure of how well an economy is serving people's needs? Here are some outlandish ways the GDP can be boosted. War, floods, disease, are componen

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