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Another recession? Yellen says global market turmoil impact still unclear

Feb 11, 2016

Another recession? Yellen says global market turmoil impact still unclear

Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Thursday that it is too early to fully understand the impact on US economic growth of the turmoil in global markets. #Economy #Finance #recession #TheySaidIt #jobs #Yellen #InterestRates
NASA delays space station cargo run due to mold on packing bags | Reuters

Feb 11, 2016

NASA delays space station cargo run due to mold on packing bags | Reuters

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. NASA's next cargo run to the International Space Station will be delayed for at least two weeks after black mold was found in two fabric bags used for packing clothing, food and other supplies, the U.S. #Economy #Middle East #markets #Florida #Latin America #Entertainment
Budget 2016: Finance ministry takes to Twitter seeking suggestions on budgetary focus

Feb 10, 2016

Budget 2016: Finance ministry takes to Twitter seeking suggestions on budgetary focus

Jaitley has already held extensive pre-budget consultations with various stakeholders, including economists, industry chambers, trade unions, social sector as well as banks and financial institutions. #finance ministry #NewsTracker #Arun Jaitley #7th Pay Commission #OROP #Union Budget 2016 #Budget & Economy #Economy 2016
Six reasons why 7.6% GDP growth estimate for FY16 is a myth

Feb 10, 2016

Six reasons why 7.6% GDP growth estimate for FY16 is a myth

The manufacturing sector (including electricity and mining), grew at over 11.03 per cent, whereas Index of Industrial Production (IIP), core sector growth and PMI not necessarily show such a pick up. #Economy #GDP #Arun Jaitley #Growth #CSO #Q3 #PM Modi #fiscal 2016 #FY2016
French plan advances to strip passports from those convicted of terrorism | Reuters

Feb 10, 2016

French plan advances to strip passports from those convicted of terrorism | Reuters

PARIS President Francois Hollande's plan to strip French citizenship from people convicted of terrorism passed a first hurdle on Tuesday when the lower house of parliament backed controversial proposals introduced after Islamic extremists killed 130 people in Paris last November. The National Assembly voted by 162-148 late on Tuesday to write a passport-stripping clause into the Constitution, despite misgivings by some lawmakers that it was too extreme. The vote appeared to only partially defuse concerns of a broad rebellion scuttling a proposal that some, notably members of the ruling Socialist Party, consider an ineffective, symbolic measure in France's battle against terrorism #Economy #Technology #markets #Latin America #opinion
Charts: Why economists doubt 7.6% GDP growth estimate for FY16

Feb 09, 2016

Charts: Why economists doubt 7.6% GDP growth estimate for FY16

India’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the October-December quarter stood at 7.3 per cent, a tad lower than 7.4 per cent in the preceding quarter #Economy #GDP #manufacturing #Growth #GFCF
GDP data to show economy racing, realities less rosy

Feb 08, 2016

GDP data to show economy racing, realities less rosy

The median estimate from a Reuters poll of economists put GDP annual growth at 7.3 percent in the quarter through December, just below 7.4 percent in July-September. #Economy #India #GDP #Growth #realty #October-December
Taiwan quake kills at least 12, fells apartment block | Reuters

Feb 06, 2016

Taiwan quake kills at least 12, fells apartment block | Reuters

TAINAN, Taiwan A powerful earthquake struck Taiwan early on Saturday killing at least 12 people, most in a 17-storey apartment building that collapsed, with some people still known to be missing in the ruins of the complex as night fell, government officials said. As rescuers searched for survivors, questions were raised about the construction of the Wei-guan Golden Dragon Building in the southern city of Tainan, with its floors that pancaked down on each other when the 6.4 magnitude tremor hit at around 4 a.m. (2000 GMT), at the start of a Lunar New Year holiday. #Economy #Business #markets #Argentina #United Kingdom #Taiwan #article
Panagariya brings back focus on reforms in agriculture for second Green Revolution

Feb 05, 2016

Panagariya brings back focus on reforms in agriculture for second Green Revolution

The vice chairman further said that NITI Aayog believes in equal relationship with states and today's meeting shows that even Niti Aayog can come to states. #Economy #NewsTracker #Agriculture #Arvind Panagariya #green revolution #Nitin Patel #Niti Aayog #Babubhai Bokhiriya