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Negative Interest Rates Raising Opposition - Thumb 1
12 pages

Madsen DHGE Brexit Deflation, Demographics and Debacle 06-27-2016[1] - Thumb 1
12 pages

China Backpedals 12-21-15 - Thumb 1
10 pages

The Canadian and US Economies Diverge July 2015 - Thumb 1
6 pages

The China Outlook June 2015 - Thumb 1
11 pages

March 2015 Japan Report - Thumb 1
6 pages

The Outlook for the Canadian Economy - Thumb 1
8 pages

Despite weak employment and output growth, the outlook for the Canadian economy is reasonably solid.

Can Africas Economic Takeoff Be Sustained - Thumb 1
15 pages

African growth is being powered by increased commodity output, improved political governance, and a rising middle class

The Ukraine Crisis - Thumb 1
7 pages

Mr. Putin's actions in Crimea produced short-term benefits for Russia, but will carry far larger costs over the long term.

Australia after the Resource Boom - Thumb 1
20 pages

Australian growth will need to be driven by consumption as it transitions from being led by mining during the past half-decade to being led by exports later this decade.

A Conversation on Nigerias Economy - Thumb 1
8 pages

Nigeria's strong recent growth performance is likely to receive a further boost from an upcoming privatization of its energy sector.

The Outlook for the UK Economy - Thumb 1
13 pages

UK growth is finally set to accelerate after many years of subpar growth.

MAY MONTHLY REPORT-HERE COMES THE SUN-Japan Rises as Europe Falls Behind_rWeb - Thumb 1
23 pages

Japanese growth prospects have improved dramatically during recent months on the back of regime changes in the government and at the BOJ.

The Outlook for Canada - Thumb 1
13 pages

Weak productivity, a strong currency, and an indebted household sector all threaten to hold back the Canadian economy's growth performance during 2013.

How to Rescue Cyprus - Thumb 1
4 pages

The Cypriot financial sector's holdings of Greek bonds and the large amounts of Russian capital in the financial system make resolving the crisis particularly difficult.