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Clamour for Komatsu to share findings of system tracking 430,000 machines worldwide
Can’t live with it, can’t live without it?
The recovery in the advanced economies is incomplete, writes Jason Furman
Fund expects growth of 1% this year as policy reversals hit investor sentiment
Governments swap tax rises aimed at rebuilding public purse for those targeting economic expansion
For the longue durée, promise still beckons for the developing world, says Arvind Subramanian
G20 leaders need to change domestic rhetoric as well as policies
And what would it take to make it grow again?
One idea is to give cash to households with an incentive not to hoard it, writes Robert Skidelsky
A combination of QE and the prospect of fresh fiscal stimulus won’t generate a recovery
Balance of payments surpluses and improving credit conditions to bolster growth, says GAM
Central bank unexpectedly cuts benchmark interest rate by 100 basis points
Purchasing managers’ index dips to 16-month low
Austerity nations are among the least successful in preventing debt from rising, especially the UK
Policymakers would be ill advised to slack off reform
Monetary policy can limit the drop but not eliminate it, writes Olivier Blanchard
Rising equities do not remove the imperative for structural reforms
Forecasts cut for G7 group of industrialised nations amid slowing trade and market turmoil
Expectations fade that the region’s markets would start to outshine the US
Region posts growth of almost 4% as cheap oil fuels spending boom
Momentum trades of 2015 are dead as biotechs lose 25%
Problems in China, Brazil and other emerging markets offset falls in jobless numbers elsewhere
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