July 29, 2022 The The Realtor.com® Economics Team weekly video update gives you the relevant economic and real estate information you need to navigate the housing market as a buyer, seller or industry professional. This week, Chief Economist Danielle Hale raises a recent popular question: are we in a recession?Read More →

An employee works on the automotive assembly line of Bluecar electric city cars at Renault’s factory in Dieppe, western France, September 1, 2015. REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register PARIS, July 22 (Reuters) – French manufacturing activity contracted and service sector growth slowed in July,Read More →

ISLAMABAD: Ahead of by-elections in 20 Punjab constituencies, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Sunday urged the masses to reflect on the “economic disaster, corruption, mafia patronage and destruction created in the name of change” during the PTI led by Imran Khan. mandate while voting. Shehbaz said, “Pakistan has strayed fromRead More →

LAHORE: Despite rising prices for sacrificial animals, Eid-ul-Azha generated economic activity of around Rs 329 billion this year. However, the number of animals slaughtered this year remained the same as the previous year due to inflation. According to the initial breakdown of Pakistan Tanners Association (PTA) estimates, an economic activityRead More →

By Josfyn Uba Doctor. Esther Obioha is an entrepreneur and humanitarian who impacts the lives of vulnerable people in her community, using her resources. Obioha holds a bachelor’s degree in computer systems and a master’s degree in business administration. She is also the recipient of an honorary doctorate from theRead More →

Gasoline and diesel sales in India soared in June following the start of the agricultural season, summer travel and an overall pick-up in economic activity, according to preliminary industry data. . The start of the harvest season saw diesel demand post double-digit growth in the pre-pandemic period, a record highRead More →

“Greetings from the people of Gorno-Badakhshan,” says a Soviet-style facility on the Kyrgyz-Tajik border. picture by Hylgeriak via Wikimedia (CC BY-SA 3.0). On June 15, 2022, after a month-long violent crackdown on the Pamirs in the Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Region (GBAO) in eastern Tajikistan, which more than 40 dead in aRead More →

José Ramón Díez (Caixabank Research) | The global economic scenario continues to face the effects of a triple global supply shock (bottlenecks, war and zero COVID policy) which keeps commodity prices under pressure, continues to erode agent confidence economies and sounded the alarm in financial markets, with increased volatility andRead More →

Author: Toshiya Takahashi, Shoin University While the Japanese media was busy with the Russian invasion of Ukraine, Japan’s economic security bill passed without strong opposition in the Diet in May 2022. and advanced technology. But the new security policy will have uncertain effects on Japanese security and business. Focusing onRead More →

(ATTN: ADD more information from paragraph 5; CHANGE photo) SEOUL, June 16 (Yonhap) — President Yoon Suk-yeol said Thursday that his government will pursue economic policies centered on private sector-led growth and deregulation to overcome the multifaceted economic crisis. Yoon made the remarks during a meeting on the direction ofRead More →

The KZN Growth Coalition welcomes the urgent action taken by Transnet SOC Ltd to repair the damage caused by the recent KwaZulu-Natal floods, which will make a substantial difference in restoring economic activity in the province. Transnet’s interventions – which include repairing and reopening the line on the container corridorRead More →

U.S. Defense Secretary Austin underscored U.S. support for Taiwan on Saturday, suggesting at the inaugural Asian Defense Forum that recent Chinese military activities around the self-governing island threaten to change the status quo. Speaking at the Shangri-La Dialogue in Singapore, Austin noted a “steady increase in provocative and destabilizing militaryRead More →

$79,200 grant will bolster military support efforts of Florida’s Space Coast Economic Development Commission The Florida Space Coast Economic Development Commission received a $79,200 Defense Reinvestment Grant (DRG) to support its efforts at Patrick Space Force Base, including EDC’s Space Coast Salutes initiative, US Chamber Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes programRead More →

Recent progress has been made by the Town of Leduc on key growth and economic development projects. 65th Avenue InterchangeOn May 12, 2022, the Province of Alberta announced financial support for the 65th Avenue Interchange Project, critical infrastructure supporting safety, ease of travel and future economic development in Leduc, AirportRead More →

DAVOS- The Saudi delegation concluded its participation in the activities of the World Economic Forum (WEF) 2022, which was held in Davos, Switzerland, from May 22 to 26, 2022, under the title “History at a turning point: government policies and companies Strategies”. The Kingdom’s delegation participated in numerous public andRead More →

May 26, 2022 El Paso’s economic growth was relatively flat in April. The metro business cycle index rose slightly. Employment was little changed and the unemployment rate rose. Although still above pre-pandemic levels, job posting growth has slowed. Weekly closed and pending home sales suggested a cooling in the housingRead More →

ROAR – the revitalization of Russell and Akeley – is bringing back its Pine Grove Days event this Saturday. A full day of activities is planned. The day begins with the Run for ROAR 5K with the kick off scheduled for 9am at Russell United Methodist Church. “DayRead More →

The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today issued Syrian General License (GL) 22, authorizing specific economic activities in certain non-regime-controlled areas in the northeast and northeast. western Syria. This new authorization supports the Biden administration’s strategy to defeat ISIS by promoting economic stabilization inRead More →

By Alois Vinga and Sharleen Mohammed VARIOUS speakers and experts strongly condemned the economic stabilization measures introduced by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to “prevent economic hitmen” from sabotaging his administration under fire. They said the measures, primarily a ban on lending by banks, were unconstitutional, inadequate and misguided. Experts also saidRead More →

The Lagos Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and other stakeholders have highlighted the need for the Lagos State Government to come up with a comprehensive plan to unlock the untapped economic potential needed for the development of the Lagos State. According to LCCI President, Dr. Michael Olawale-Cole, in aRead More →

Outlook: We’re getting a ton of data this week, including US and Eurozone GDP at the end of the week. The stock market may be influenced by the latest information from the University of Michigan’s April Consumer Confidence Index. Again, we have to argue with this data as being largeRead More →

First quarter 2022 Las Cruces’ economy grew in February. Payroll employment has reached its pre-pandemic level, unemployment has declined and the metro real estate market has remained robust. Monthly trading volumes were below pre-pandemic levels. New Mexico’s rig count increased, although oil production fell slightly. Commodity prices have soared. laborRead More →

Dmytro Lastovitch/iStock via Getty Images Preliminary data from the PMI survey showed only a modest impact of the war in Ukraine on current economic growth in the world’s largest developed economies in March. Headwinds from the invasion, soaring energy costs, a broader rise in cost pressures and ongoing supply chainRead More →

RALEIGH- There is a new source of funding for rural economic development, and the program is now accepting applications, the North Carolina Department of Commerce announced today. The $48 million fund, known as the Rural Transformation Grant Fundis administered by the Rural Economic Development Division. “As we emerge from theRead More →

By Bob Twinomugisha Over the past two years, the pandemic has affected businesses nationally and globally. Governments in many developing countries have introduced severe containment measures, involving restrictions on economic activity and mobility, to curb the spread of COVID-19. In Uganda, public transport and non-essential businesses were closed during bothRead More →

Abbott hosted a fireside chat with Peter Rex, CEO of Rex, an investment and real estate firm, and Texas Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Robert Allen, in Austin on Friday to discuss the economy of the state. He said the state’s ability to recruit businesses from other states andRead More →

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TUESDAY MARCH 8, 2022 WASHINGTON DC– Today, the DC Policy Center announced the launch of the Alice M. Rivlin Initiative for Economic Policy and Competitiveness. The Rivlin Initiative will undertake in-depth research examining the competitiveness of the District of Columbia and explore policies that can make theRead More →

For decades I have studied economic development, specifically urban redevelopment. I am intrigued by the return of communities. Various policies and approaches can revitalize large projects and neighborhoods. But often an ugly side of economic development is corruption. Recent federal and journalistic investigations into school construction in Connecticut demonstrate theRead More →

Energy producers stand to benefit, weak economies to suffer, experts say Russia’s invasion of Ukraine will isolate the world’s 11th largest economy, at least temporarily. According to the February 26 edition of The Economist, the immediate global economic implications will include higher inflation, weaker growth and disruption in financial markets.Read More →

Esticast Research has published a global research report on the Zero Turn Lawn Mower Sales Market. This report presents an in-depth analysis of the size, share, SWOT analysis, future progress expansion, industry growth, key development strategies and market trend dynamics of Tinplate Packaging, which includes the drivers, restraints, and opportunitiesRead More →

India’s FY2023 budget investment surge in the infrastructure sector is expected to usher in faster economic growth, ratings agency Crisil said. The majority of the massive capital expenditure of the 2022-23 budget – Rs 7.50 lakh crore – will be spent on infrastructure development. Furthermore, the budget avoided a definitiveRead More →

Noah Taborda Kansas Reflector TOPEKA — Kansas senators on Thursday approved a financial incentive package to entice manufacturers to pursue so-called megaproject initiatives in the state, despite some concerns about the message it sends to existing businesses. The bill is a response to a request from the Kelly administration toRead More →

25/01/2022 / Press release Indicators for the euro area as well as for Slovenia in the last quarter of last year suggest that the impact of the epidemiological situation on economic activity has been relatively weak. Economic growth has slowed slightly since Slovenia regained its pre-crisis level of activity, butRead More →

Illustrative image (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – The Standing Committee of the National Assembly (AN) issued on December 30, 2021 a resolution enabling the implementation of a number of mechanisms and policies in the health sector serving COVID-19 prevention and control activities, including drug and drug ingredient management. After theRead More →

Photo: CGV Chinese President Xi Jinping attended the 2017 Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, and during the opening session on January 17, 2017, he delivered a keynote speech titled “Jointly Shoulder Responsibility of Our Times, Promote Global Growth”. President Xi called for unrelenting promotion ofRead More →

Posted January 13, 2022 First Bank of Nigeria Limited has announced its “Nigeria Economic Outlook Webinar” aimed at reflecting on the domestic and global economic trends that shaped 2021 and predicting the economic outlook for 2022. According to a statement, the virtual event, themed “A Look Back at 2021, LessonsRead More →

One of the concerns is that these negative effects could spill over to the United States in an election year, sources told CNN. But other members of the administration believe the severe sanctions being considered would have a manageable impact on the United States and would be worth imposing stiffRead More →

Tracking wage growth by age Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta After years of trying to push up inflation (the elusive 2% inflation target), the Fed’s super-easy quantitative easing policies as well as plentiful help from the budget side (‘helicopter’ money) and disproportionate budget deficits) more than met the target. .Read More →

Economist Herb Stein said if something can’t go on forever, it will stop. If Stein’s saying ever applied, it was to the currently unsustainable Italian public debt situation. Once the European Central Bank (ECB) stops buying Italian government bonds on the massive scale it has done in the past 18Read More →

Montpellier, VT – Today, the Department of Financial Regulation (DFR) submitted a report to the legislature examining the various Vermont worker relocation incentive programs under Law 51 of 2021. In 2018, Vermont implemented a remote worker relocation program, the first in the country, that reimburses certain moving expenses up toRead More →