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2014/12/19 20:05
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Illustration: Simon Bosch. Like a comedian timing the punchline to a joke, Joe Hockey saved his best line about wages until the end. "The government's income has fallen below expectations," he told...
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VIDEO: The Colbert Report Says Goodbye with Massive Celebrity Sing-Along Stephen Colbert�said goodbye�Thursday�night to�The Colbert Report�and the character he's played for the past nine...
2014/12/19 17:46
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Comedian Stephen Colbert bid farewell on his final show Thursday night with the help of a pantheon of celebrities, including Washington notables and dignitaries. Everyone from National Institutes of...
2014/12/19 16:08
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But, apparently, that wasn't enough for the comedian and host. He also gathered a few hundred of his closest celebrity friends for an eight-minute musical sendoff to the tune of "We’ll Meet Again” by...
2014/12/19 15:09
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Last night's final episode of The Colbert Report concluded with a musical medley that found Colbert—the character and, of course, the guy—accompanied by a staggering collection of celebrities, among...
2014/12/19 14:48
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What’s happening in Russia? Amid a dramatic fall in the ruble’s value, the country’s central bank frantically moved this week to correct course, sharply raising interest rates and sparking renewed...
2014/12/19 13:48
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Thursday night was the final episode of “The Colbert Report,” and the musical extravaganza sendoff was absolutely epic. It began with Stephen Colbert joined by Jon Stewart singing “We’ll Meet Again.”...
2014/12/19 06:19
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Stephen Colbert appears on “The Colbert Report” in 2010. (AP Photo/Comedy Central, Scott Gries) Instead of Stephen Colbert killing off his ultra-conservative pundit alter-ego on the final episode of...
2014/12/19 01:36
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Share this page Will we ever really get over the financial crisis? Six years or more on from the start of it, the world economy is still struggling to generate a convincing recovery. Among the...
2014/12/18 16:20
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Last week we started a series of letters on the topics I think we need to research in depth as we try to peer into the future and think about how 2015 will unfold. In forecasting US growth, I wrote...
2014/12/18 09:06
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Every year, I use the birthday post to thank the people who have contributed to the success of this site over time. Now that we are eight years old, that list is so long that any effort to do it...
2014/12/18 05:29
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You might think the words from Bob Dylan's song, "The Times they are A-changin'" were the Zanu-PF 6th People's Congress anthem? But are the times really changing?An ocean away in Washington, far from...
2014/12/18 03:44
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The days left to us in 2014 are dwindling to a precious few. It gets darker and darker. The Fed doesn’t seem to be able to do anything about it. Yesterday, the Dow fell another 112 points. Gold is...
2014/12/17 17:07
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Economies grow and contract, currencies rise and fall. In the past what's marked a crisis as a particularly Russian one isn't nuclear weaponry, as Paul Krugman argued yesterday, but denial that...
2014/12/17 15:16
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When it comes to weak inflation, 2014 will have proved to be a banner year. For the first time in at least 55 years, not one advanced economy will see consumer prices growing more than 4 percent this...
2014/12/17 08:06
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At Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, clients are being advised to brace themselves for negative rates in February. The Riksbank will later also be forced to buy assets and may even resort to currency...
2014/12/17 04:06
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More than 20 years after Bill Clinton weighed in on an internal Japanese battle to wrest control of economic policy from bureaucrats, it’s still raging. The good news, from Clinton’s perspective, is...
2014/12/16 22:42
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A couple of posts ago, I showed that when analyzed properly, hourly pay has risen just as much as productivity since 1947. The keys to getting the analysis right are to Compare mean hourly...
2014/12/16 17:57
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The reasons for the Fed not raising rates keep getting more bizarre and outside the scope of what used to constitute the Fed`s purview. First it was the financial crisis, then it was GDP growth not...
2014/12/16 17:16
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There’s business to be done, people. Oil is tanking, the ruble is rubble and Abenomics 2.0 is sharpening its third arrow. But apparently you’re all a bit distracted at the moment by the colored...
2014/12/19 20:05
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