Links below point to Goldman's 2011 Global Economic Outlook piece published roughly a week prior to the Morgan Stanley docs posted yesterday. GS has been criticized lately on their seemingly overly bullish outlook for local
While the focus as usual tends to be on employment growth (which alone we question in the U.S. on a number of fronts, particularly in production and manufacturing) and increased spending/forecast GDP, a question lingering
This is an interactive map assembled by Deutsche Bank Research quite literally packed with information. Click on the left column to select your economic indicator, followed by country on the map for specific details. Hold
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