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  • Draghi’s Inflation Bets Firmer Than Fed: Cutting Research

    Mario Draghi has more reason than Janet Yellen to be confident investors won’t question the ability of central banks to keep inflation on target.

  • Old Normal Returns as Pimco Sees 'New Destination' for U.S. Growth

    The “new normal” U.S. economy is starting to look more like a classic expansion.

  • U.S. Deflation Risk Seen Growing in Wells Fargo Model

    The U.S. economy may prove more prone to deflation than the Federal Reserve acknowledges and that may present a reason to keep monetary policy loose, according to a model created by Wells Fargo Securities LLC.

  • Davos Pitch for Dynamism Rams Into End-of-Growth Debate

    Over the course of 2012, the U.S. economy rebounded with all the vitality of a slug waking from a long nap. In debt-strapped, recession-hit Europe, investors fret about a Spanish bailout, a Greek default and whether the euro itself will shatter.

  • Don’t Worry About Robots. Worry About Washington

    It’s hard to know sometimes which is the greater threat to prosperity -- headlong technological progress that’s destroying decent jobs and hollowing out the middle class, or fading technological progress that’s causing persistently slow growth. With a little ingenuity, you could no doubt combine these ideas and worry that technological progress is both too fast and too slow.

  • Rock-Climbing Generation at Foot of U.S. Startup Ascent: Economy

    Lucas Kovalcik and Tim Walsh turned their passion for rock climbing into a business. Their success helps show why U.S. entrepreneurship probably is about to get a shot in the arm.

  • Decline in U.S. Seen Without More Immigration: Cutting Research

    The U.S.’s best 250 years are behind it, Northwestern University professor Robert Gordon writes in a paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research, saying economic growth may gradually “sputter out.”

  • Anadarko Fights Ailing Preacher in $25 Billion EPA Toxic Lawsuit

    Reverend Steven Jamison recalls the February day 13 years ago when he was digging ditches to replace culverts at his Maranatha Faith Center in Columbus, Mississippi. As he switched from a shovel to an excavator, an oily black substance began to fill the trench. It smelled like turpentine, and the deeper he dug, the more he saw, Bloomberg Markets magazine reports in its June issue.

  • U.S. Expansion Poised for Longevity

    The modest pace of the U.S. economic recovery has a silver lining, as the expansion shows signs of lasting almost twice as long as average.

  • Detroit Slides From Industrial Might to Bankruptcy

    Detroit, the cradle of the automobile assembly line and a symbol of industrial might, filed the biggest U.S. municipal bankruptcy after decades of decline left it too poor to pay billions of dollars owed bondholders, retired cops and current city workers.

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