Archive for March 10th, 2014

Deeper Analysis

Expected Growth and Currency Movement

March 10, 2014

Early each March, the Economist’s monthly survey of forecasters introduces a new out-year.  Growth projections for 2014 first appeared in the March 9-15th, 2013 issue, and the first forecasts for 2015 are in the current March 8-14, 2014 issue.  The table below shows the growth rates survey participants were predicting for 2014 a year ago […] More

New Overnight Developments Abroad - Daily Update

Soft Japanese and Chinese Economic Statistics

March 10, 2014

Soft Japanese and Chinese data sent stocks lower in the Pacific Rim, but European markets have strengthened. U.S. clocks were put an hour ahead, shortening the time difference between EDT and GMT to four hours but lengthening the differential between Tokyo and New York to 14 hours. The situation in Crimea remains very tense. China […] More