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U.S. economy grew 3.1% in 3Q, topping analysts’ estimates

The U.S. economy grew approximately 3.1 percent in the third quarter, according to data released by the Commerce Department. The rate of the U.S. economic growth in the period exceeded analysts’ estimates. Despite the surprising result, analysts believe that the final quarter of the year will report weaker result due to the looming fiscal cliff.

U.S. to see moderate growth in 2013

On the 17th of December, the National Association for Business Economics released its forecast, indicating that the U.S. economy would probably see a moderate growth in 2013. Analysts underline that the modest growth will be pushed mainly by a recovery in housing sector which will balance visible weaknesses in business investment though. Also the U.S. job market will pick up slightly in the coming year, according to the survey.

U.S. economy grew at 1.7% in April-June quarter; growth will stay weak in the second half of 2012.

The U.S. economy grew at 1.7 percent in the second quarter (April – June) and the growth was slightly faster than initially estimated, according to data published by the U.S. Commerce Department. However the 1.7 annual rate in the second quarter suggests that the growth will stay weak in the second half of 2012.

Asian Shares Fall as U.S. Data Weakens

It has been a fourth consecutive session for the fall of Asian stocks after Friday’s weak U.S. employment data and China’s faster-than-expected inflation numbers hurt risk appetite while Japanese exporters were hit by a stronger yen. Investor confidence in the U.S. economic recovery was shaken by a sharp slowdown in U.S. non-farm payrolls data released on Friday.

Corporate Taxes Dropping Down

Businesses undoubtedly hands over tax money to Uncle Sam, but are you aware of where the money ultimately comes from? Well, it comes out of your pocket. It can raise the price of its product; it can pay its workers less; or it can pay the tax out of its profits.

Ben Bernanke Cautions on Slow Growth of Job Market

The recovery of U.S. from the brutal recession has been uneven and modest, and has been hampered by a depressed housing market, tight credit for borrowers, budget-leashed governments and uncertainties in resolving the eurozone debt crisis. The job market is far from normal. Continued improvement is likely to require stronger growth in final demand and production.

Some Big Companies Creating New Jobs in 2012: Which Companies?

Even though two-thirds of chief executive officers said that their companies will either be cutting staff, or won’t be hiring in 2012, one-third are job hiring companies that expected to add employees and create New jobs in the next six months. Let’s take a look at hiring trends among industry leaders as the new year arrives in a few short weeks.

Gold Rush All Over Again! North Dakota Yields Riches Galore!

North Dakota has seen two previous almost-booms, oil rushes that almost made it but then failed. Understandably, the locals as well as those traveling from all over are a little wary of the feasibility of the current oil boom. Most people are traveling to the region to make the most of the opportunity but aren’t looking to settle down in the region. Those who’ve witnessed first two oil booms are worried about “too much happening too fast”.

Obama Proposes $3 Tn Deficit Cut Plan. $1.5 trillion of this in Tax Revenue

The $3 trillion deficit reduction plan to be put forth by U.S President Barack Obama on Monday will include generating half of this, i.e., …

A Decade Later… What has the Economic Impact of the 9/11 Attack Been?

Yesterday, September 11th 2011, marked the 10th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that brought down the World Trade Centre, killed over 3000 people, shook …

President Obama’s ‘American Jobs Act’: Factual efforts for restoration or a fictitious campaign?

The President unveiled the American Jobs Act, to create more jobs – most of which is made up of ideas that have been supported by both, the Democrats and the Republicans, and ideally the Congress should pass it right away to get the economy moving.

A Ceaseless Climb for Gold, while the World Economy Bites its Nails…

Recording an all-time high for the fourth consecutive session, gold prices touched a never-before price of $1,910 earlier today reinforcing prevalent investor sentiments regarding …

Dow Responds to U.S Downgrade By Plunging Over 600 Points

In response to Standard & Poor’s first-ever downgrade on the outlook for the U.S economy from a triple-A rating to AA+, the Dow Jones …

IEA, Obama admin counter Libya hold-up by releasing oil reserves

The International Energy Agency (IEA) announced on Thursday, the release of 60 million barrels of oil from global reserves. Primarily being touted as a …

How will Bin Laden’s Death affect Global Economic Equations ?

News regarding Osama Bin Laden’s death on the night of May 1st did two big things for the U.S: it gave closure to a …

Riding high on a nervous global economy: Gold soars to $1,500

The precious yellow metal, true to its tradition of breaking record highs when the rest of the economy is in doldrums, shot over $1,500 …

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