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Tariffs having major impact on Utah small business

Global trade is growing concern for many Utah small- and medium-sized businesses due in part to the expanding world economy...
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Canadians Are Loving Their Legalized Weed

canadians are loving their legalized weed
Canada on Wednesday became the first major world economy to legalize recreational marijuana. The Canadian people had a strong reaction to the news, flooding the streets to celebrate.
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Souring Sentiments Cause Global Stocks To Tumble [Video]Souring Sentiments Cause Global Stocks To Tumble  00:53

Reuters reports that global stocks fell sharply on Thursday, and the state of the world is to blame. Traders cited the Sino-U.S. trade war, Italy’s budget concerns for the fall. As well as a widening..

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Why Italy might cook up a new euro debt crisis [Video]Why Italy might cook up a new euro debt crisis  01:55

Investors fear Italy's big spending plans could create a new euro zone debt crisis - only much worse than when the world was just worried about Greece, a much smaller economy. Julian Satterthwaite..

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IMF warns trade friction, market turmoil could hurt Asia growth [Video]IMF warns trade friction, market turmoil could hurt Asia growth  01:54

The IMF and World Bank add to a broadside of warnings on the global outlook this week from their conference in Bali - this time with a caution that trade tensions could slash Asia's economic growth by..

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Emerging economies | The Economist [Video]Emerging economies | The Economist  02:25

On many measures, the emerging economies now have more heft and reach than the developed ones Subscribe NOW to The Economist: http://econ.st/1Fsu2Vj The term emerging markets was coined in the..

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Alistair Darling on the world economy | The Economist [Video]Alistair Darling on the world economy | The Economist  15:11

A debilitating division. The former chancellor of the exchequer discusses his time in government, the state of the world economy and the need for banking reforms government british memoir book..

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Ask The Economist. Is the West's decline inevitable? [Video]Ask The Economist. Is the West's decline inevitable?  01:30

The shift in economic power from West to East is accelerating, says John O'Sullivan, an Economics Editor at The Economist and the author of our special report on the world economy, which was published..

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'Trumponomics' has taken a heavy toll on the world

Donald Trump's shadow looms large over the world economy.
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IMF downgrades outlook for world economy to 3.7% growth

Australia would hit 3.2 per cent growth this year before slipping to 2.8 per cent next year, the IMF said.
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IMF cuts world economic growth forecasts

The International Monetary Fund is downgrading its outlook for the world economy, citing rising interest rates and growing tensions over trade.
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It's getting real: World economy feels the bite from Trump's trade war

Protectionism is starting to bite, and it's still early days, with Trump saying on Tuesday that "tariffs are the greatest", flagging more to come.
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Whatever's on the menu, Trump's diplomacy is a dog's breakfast

The world economy will not improve with the threat of building bigger northern hemisphere military forces and breaking up trade alliances.
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Madness: Trump is treating the world economy like its a reality show

Trump seems to be trying to run the global economy as if it were just a slightly more involved episode of "The Apprentice."
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'Very brittle' world economy not ready for a slump, warns former Treasury Secretary

Some prominent figures are painting a gloomy picture for the global economy.
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Global warming set to exceed 1.5 degrees, slow growth: UN draft

Governments can cap temperatures below the strict 1.5-degree ceiling agreed in 2015 only with "rapid and far-reaching" transitions in the world economy, the report says.
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