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Good times are ideal for building 'buffers and resilience': IMF

The U.S. is the only country among advanced economies where the public debt-to-GDP ratio is forecasted to go up, says Vitor Gaspar of the IMF.

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US growth rate won’t be enough to control the deficit, economist warns

The CBO projects the federal deficit will top a staggering $1 trillion in the next two years, and debt could equal GDP within a decade.

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Asia markets drift lower as investors digest China data

Asian markets closed mostly lower on Tuesday after China reported that first-quarter GDP growth topped expectations.

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We are 'well hedged' in the case of a potential trade war, says leading global agri-business

A trade war would have serious consequences for global GDP growth, but Olam's strategic business model has placed the company in a stable position, said Sunny Verghese, the CEO of Olam International.

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China says its economy grew 6.8% in the first quarter of 2018, topping expectations

China reported its first-quarter 2018 GDP figures on Tuesday.

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China is likely to meet its 6.5% GDP growth target for 2018: Economist

China's better-than-expected retail sales and overall GDP are on track, but some moderation is expected later in the year, says David Fernandez of Barclays.

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China's import growth has been 'very strong': Economist

Sian Fenner of Oxford Economics explains why she sees first quarter GDP from China at 6.6 percent, a bit below other forecasts.

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Fed minutes: 'All' members see higher GDP and inflation, and more rate hikes

Federal officials at their most recent meeting saw an economy growing at a strong pace and inflation moving up as well.

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Portugal is set to break away from a 25-year long budget deficit

The Portuguese government is forecasting a budget surplus of 0.25 percent of gross domestic product (GDP) for 2020.

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The GOP tax plan means short-term gains for the economy, but federal debt is primed to explode, CBO analysis says

The CBO estimated the cumulative deficit over the next decade will be $1.6 trillion larger than previously projected. By 2028, national debt would total 96 percent of GDP.

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