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BusinessGlobal economy to stage vigorous recovery; jobs growth to lag

Reuters 23 Apr 2021
... builds in most major economies, according to Reuters polls of over 500 economists ... While the latest consensus is just a touch below the International Monetary Fund's 6% projection, nearly 30% of 74 economists predicted world GDP growth in excess of the IMF's forecast.
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Global economy to stage vigorous recovery; jobs growth to lag: Reuters poll

Yahoo Daily News 23 Apr 2021
... builds in most major economies, according to Reuters polls of over 500 economists ... While the latest consensus is just a touch below the International Monetary Fund's 6% projection, nearly 30% of 74 economists predicted world GDP growth in excess of the IMF's forecast.
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Great American Outdoors Act funds local projects

The Bradford Era 22 Apr 2021
WARREN — Allegheny National Forest officials announced that as part of the Great American Outdoors Act, four local projects have been selected for funding for fiscal year 2021 ... Forest Service economists estimate that projects funded with these dollars will support roughly 4,400 jobs and contribute $420 million to the gross domestic product.
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Stop poisoning Florida's waterways

The Gainesville Sun 22 Apr 2021
Environmental economists argue we should apply the precautionary principle to our decision making — that is, if we do not know for sure what the ... An ecological economist, Cox helps raise funds for Pelican Island Audubon Society's after-school lagoon science education project.
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Chicago is the latest city to mull guaranteed income for poor people

Chicago Business 22 Apr 2021
If approved, the city would pay for the program with $30 million of its $1.9 billion in American Rescue Plan funds ... Why legendary economists liked Universal Basic Income ... Villegas said Chicago’s one-year pilot program could be funded by federal aid but could continue in future years through a combination of philanthropic and city revenue.
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Freeland says Liberals open to provincial child care demands, draws line around fees

North Shore News 21 Apr 2021
Provinces that don't want to agree to those conditions, won't get any federal funding, he said ... to the new funding ... Provinces aren't being asked to match costs over the ramp-up, if they sign on to five-year funding agreements starting this fall, said economist Armine Yalnizyan.
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Eye on the Pie: Crass commercialism conquers

The Courier Times 21 Apr 2021
PBS and NPR seem to be increasing their appeals for money as well as their “acknowledgments” of funding by for- and not-for-profit organizations ... Environmental calamity is assured, if your funds are not received in time to be matched by a generous contribution ... Morton Marcus is an economist.
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Stop government-sanctioned poisoning of our lakes, rivers in Florida, elsewhere | Opinion

The Ledger 21 Apr 2021
Environmental economists argue we should apply the precautionary principle to our decision making — that is, if we do not know for sure what the ... An ecological economist, Cox helps raise funds for Pelican Island Audubon Society's after-school lagoon science education project.
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Freeland says Liberals open to provincial daycare demands, but draws line around fees

Moosejaw Today 20 Apr 2021
The budget's child-care spending pledge would see the government increase funding over time before matching provincial spending on child care. Provinces aren't being asked to match costs over the ramp-up, if they sign on to five-year funding agreements starting this fall, said economist Armine Yalnizyan.
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Australia’s COVID-19 win to help fuel economic growth this year: Reuters poll

Metro USA 20 Apr 2021
After contracting at a much slower pace than its peers at around 2.5% last year, Australia’s A$2 trillion economy was forecast to expand on average by 4.4% this year, according to an April 6-19 poll of 34 economists ... International Monetary Fund’s projection of 4.5%.
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Boris Johnson will meet FA, Premier league and PFA officials today after vowing 'do everything' ...

The Daily Mail 20 Apr 2021
'Your formal statement does, however, compel us to take protective steps to secure ourselves against such an adverse reaction, which would not only jeopardise the funding commitment under the grant but, significantly, would be unlawful ... The remainder came in the form of payment in kind loans, which were later sold to hedge funds.
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Economists say passage of Excluded Workers Fund was 'positive policy'

Newsday 19 Apr 2021
Several economists on Monday applauded the State Legislature's recent passage of the $2.1 billion Excluded Workers Fund aimed at helping largely undocumented workers, saying it's a "positive policy" that will not only help families who have been unemployed for the past year but will pump millions into local economies across the state.
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Survey: More than 6 in 10 Americans say $1,400 stimulus checks won’t last three full months

Finger Lakes Times 19 Apr 2021
Nearly 61 percent say stimulus money won’t sustain their financial well-being for more than three months, with the largest group (26 percent) expecting funds to last between one to less than three months ...Women, minorities, low-income adults and mid-career Americans are among the demographics regarding stimulus funds as most important.
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No knockout, but new U.S. sanctions add to Russia’s ‘slow destruction’

Metro USA 19 Apr 2021
LONDON (Reuters) -For all the insouciance with which markets treated Washington’s latest sanctions on Russia, its move to target Moscow’s main funding avenue – the rouble bond market – has in some ways, crossed the Rubicon, potentially with far-reaching consequences.
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Hungarian Press Roundup: Ruminations on Life after Covid

Hungary Today 19 Apr 2021
Quoting the latest report of the Fitch Ratings company, the conservative economist believes that economic growth in the V4 will outperform most of the EU, and Hungarian GDP could grow by 5 per cent in 2021, and around 7 per cent in 2022 ... On Portfolio, the conservative economist ...
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