"The 2008 crash was more than the start of a recession; it represented the end of what economists James Stock and Mark Watson labeled the "Great Moderation," a two-decade period of low business cycle volatility, moderate inflation, moderate unemployment, and steady industrial production. The Great Moderation lulled businesses into reducing their reserves and led some economists to speculate that perhaps we had moved beyond business cycles entirely."
Why Hollywood As We Know It Is Already Over – With theater attendance at a two-decade low and profits dwindling, the kind of disruption that hit music, publishing, and other industries is already reshaping the entertainment business.
D-FW shopping center vacancy drops to near decade low as retail construction slows
The bond market looks like a classic bubble – Business Insider #photography #business http://business.remmont.com/the-bond-market-looks-like-a-classic-bubble-business-insider-photography-business/ #bond market news # The bond market looks like a ‘classic bubble’ Bond yields are low. Historically low. Yields on government bonds in the US, Europe, Japan, and beyond are at seriously depressed levels. Even corporate bonds are reaching multi-decade lows as more investors pour into the asset…
The Indian government will announce GDP data for the first quarter of 2014 on Friday. According to the median estimate for the full last fiscal year, growth was also likely 4.6%, falling short of the government’s expectation of 4.9% and about the same as the decade-low rate of 4.5% in the preceding fiscal year. Know more visit: