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The strength of productivity growth will power corporate profit growth in the US during the year ahead.

Tough choices are facing policy makers in Washington as deficits gain increasing prominence.

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With the US prepared to accept its banks engaging in forbearance, President Obama will need to scale back his legislative ambitions due to the ballooning budget deficit.

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The ECB's reluctance to cut interest rates aggressively could have negative growth ramifications going forward.

26 pages

China's massive stimulus is allowing it to avert the worst of the Global Financial Crisis.

4 pages

Mr. Geithner's wobbles during his early days as Treasury Secretary are raising the possibility that Ben Bernanke could succeed him should his difficulties persist.

25 pages

US consumers are dragging down global growth.

6 pages

Tim Geithner's proposals will prevent the reoccurrence of another Lehman Brothers-type catastrophe.

28 pages

Competitiveness concerns are raising questions about the viability of the European Monetary Union.

5 pages

Despite the Canadian financial system's prudence prior to the Great Recession, the large exposure to the US remains a huge risk for Canada.

21 pages

Governments and central banks are trying to avert the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

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The large size of China's recent interest rate cut was in no small part a preventative measure to minimize the fall out from the Global Financial Crisis.

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Despite an easing of credit conditions, a significant global economic downturn is a fait accompli.

4 pages

The composition of the next Senate will not be finalized until December.

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Central banks have been forced to take unprecedented actions in trying to contain the burgeoning crisis.