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Wolf Richter: “severe Collapse” Of Home Prices Might Trigger A “financial-institution...

Australia looks to be on the verge of a nasty unwind of its housing bubble. A plunge would damage not only its banks but also retirement funds, since banks play an outsized role in the Australian stock market.
Related topics: Australia, Banking

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Les Miserables? France Overtakes Denmark As World's Most Taxed Nation

Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk, Congratulations are in order. France just topped Denmark as the most taxed nation. The OECD reports Tax Revenues Rise. The 2018 edition of the OECD’s annual Revenue Statisticspublication shows that...
Related topics: France, Denmark, Taxes

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Eu Tech Tax Talks Teeter On Brink – Reports

As OECD strikes positive note on prospect of global consensus Hopes that European countries will imminently agree on measures for a digital services tax are foundering – but G20 nations have been told a global consensus is still possible by...
Related topics: Taxes

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Global Economic Agency Says Worldwide Gdp Has Peaked, Will Drop

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) issued its forecast for the global economy. The widely regarded agency reported worldwide GDP growth has peaked and will start to...

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South Korea Takes Aim At High Suicide Rate

South Korea continues to have one of the highest rate of suicide among developed nations, sparking actions plans from the government in Seoul to tackle the issue.  Recent findings from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development...
Related topics: South Korea, Seoul

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Alone Among Major Economies, British Household Income Has Barely Grown Since The Brexit Vote

The economic well-being of British households has fared far worse than other major economies over the past two years, the period since the UK voted to quit the European Union, according to the OECD. To get a better picture of personal finances, the...
Related topics: United Kingdom

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Oecd Predicts Unsustainable Rise In Use Of Raw Materials

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development is warning that the world's consumption of raw materials will rise sharply, putting greater pressure on the environment.

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Without Concrete Steps 'golden Passport' Blacklist Is 'tool To Shame' - Lawmaker

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The lack of concrete steps would show that the blacklist of "golden passport" schemes by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is "only a tool to name and shame" the states included, member of the...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow

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David Henderson, Rip, By Alberto Mingardi

Not *our* David Henderson, but the British economist David Henderson passed away at age 91. Len Shackleton has an obituary on the Institute of Economic Affairs’s website. Henderson long worked for the OECD and, after that, became an active...

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Bad Financial Moon Rising: Oecd Chief Economist Warns World On "extremely Dangerous Path"

Authored by William White via Project Syndicate, A decade after the collapse of Lehman Brothers, global debt levels are higher than in 2008, lending has moved into the opaque realm of asset management and private equity, and the dollar is surging....
Related topics: Lehman Brothers

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Oecd Revises Turkey's Real Gdp Growth Forecast After Us Tariffs - Report

BRUSSELS (Sputnik) - The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has revised downwards it forecast for Turkey's real GDP growth in 2019 from 5 percent to 0.5 percent amid the recent pressures on the Turkish lira, the...
Related topics: Turkey, Belgium, Brussels

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Travel Medical: Where *not* To Land

We've written before about both Travel Medical plans (not to be confused with medical tourism), and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). But we've never put them together like the folks at GetGoing, who've come up with...

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Swedish Heatwave Only Made Temporary Problems For Nuclear Reactors - Oecd Nea

MOSCOW (Sputnik), Anastasia Dmitrieva - Sweden’s recent problems with operating nuclear power plants due to hot weather are temporary and may be resolved by investing in additional equipment to deal with high temperatures of cooling water,...
Related topics: Russia, Moscow, Sweden

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To Defend Tax Reform, Trump Must Nominate An Oecd Ambassador

Created in 1961, the Organisation of Economic Co-operation and Development is a 36-country group designed to promote global economic progress — as conceived by a number of Paris-based bureaucrats. washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential
Related topics: Taxes, France, Paris

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Inequalities In Household Wealth Across Oecd Countries

The post Inequalities in household wealth across OECD countries appeared first on The Big Picture.

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Is Portugal An Anti-austerity Story?

A recent NYT story by Liz Alderman says yes, but I find the argument hard to swallow.  Here’s from the OECD: The cyclically adjusted deficit has decreased considerably, moving from 8.7% of potential GDP to 1.9% in 2013 and to 0.9% in 2014....
Related topics: Portugal

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Here's How Wealthy The Average Family Is In 35 Countries Around The World

How much money people have in the bank varies widely from country to country. The OECD tracks average household financial wealth across its member countries. Here's how household net worth compares across the world.
Related topics: Banking

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Countries With The Highest Household Wealth

I am all about employment and wages this week:   click for ginormous graphic Source: How Much   These are the top ten countries among the OECD with the highest household wealth, together with the average disposable income. 1. United...

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Agriculture In Europe To Decline As Asian Output Grows: Un, Oecd

Agricultural production in Western Europe is set to decline over the coming decade, with output in Africa and Asia expected to increase, the OECD and the UN Food and Agriculture Organization said in a report Tuesday.

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Canadians Consumed An Average Of 1.5gb Of Mobile Data Per Month In 2017: Oecd

According to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Canadians consumed an average of 1.54GB of mobile data per month in 2017.Released on June 28th, 2018, the OECD’s latest numbers take into account data gathered over...

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