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GDP

The gross domestic product (GDP) or gross domestic income (GDI) is a basic measure of a country's overall economic output. It is the market value of all final goods and services made within the borders of a country in a year.

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Governance has failed Karnataka: Experts

Dec 18 - The Times of India

Sensex gains 106 points

Dec 02 - The Times of India

Strikes slow growth in South Africa

Nov 26 - Financial Times

Wall St flat as data points to US expansion

Nov 06 - New Zealand Herald

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Australian Dollar Outlook - 18 September 2014

By IBTimes AU

The AUD had been losing ground during the night, then after the FOMC statement it fell from 0.9020 to 0.8950 levels (Sep 18)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, FEDERAL RESERVE, UNEMPLOYMENT, AUSTRALIA

US Dollar: Way to Majesty and Honor in Society
Australian Dollar Outlook - 17 September 2014

By IBTimes AU

Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar starts the day just below .9100 after its brief flirtation with the sub .9000’s as the speculation increases about the language that will accompany the FOMC announcement early Thursday morning Australi... (Sep 17)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, FEDERAL RESERVE, GERMANY, AUSTRALIA, BANK OF ENGLAND

The national flag of China flutters behind a fence of the headquarters of the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) in Beijing, in this July 12, 2013
Global Markets Overview – September 17, 2014

By IBTimes AU

We have never had a clearer example of the adage the 'market is always right' than what happened with China overnight. (Sep 17)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOLD, DOW JONES, FTSE, TWITTER, FACEBOOK

Australian Dollar Outlook - 15 September 2014

By IBTimes AU

Bell FX Currency Outlook: The Australian Dollar continued its slide over the weekend after some figures from China were softer than expected. (Sep 15)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, CHINA, EXISTING HOME SALES, RETAIL SALES, AUSTRALIA, RETAIL, TRADE BALANCE

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key Speaks At A Luncheon In Sydney
New Zealand Election Campaigns Bank On Economic Gains

By IBTimes AU

New Zealand's strong economic performance in the past years has been used to the advantage of National's John Key as he seeks another term in office. While National proposes tax cuts, Labour wants to impose more taxes on the wealthy. (Sep 12)

MORE TOPICS: MORTGAGE, INVESTMENT

New York Stock Exchange
Global Markets Overview – September 8, 2014

By IG Markets

A few surprises in data and the political world over the weekend have seen futures and currencies falling out of bed this morning. (Sep 08)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, GOLD, DOW JONES, FTSE, TWITTER, FACEBOOK

Asian stock market
Australian Stock Market Report – Afternoon September 2, 2014

By Comsec

The Australian market improved this afternoon to finish at the best levels of the day and at a fresh six-year high. Volume was light due to the Labor day holiday yesterday in the US. (Sep 02)

MORE TOPICS: UNEMPLOYMENT, MANUFACTURING, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, AUSTRALIA, RETAIL

Stock market yawning investor
Australian Stock Market Report – Afternoon September 1, 2014

By Comsec

The Australian sharemarket edged higher, making up for part of last week's 0.3 per cent slide. The All Ordinaries Index (XAO) rose by just 0.1 per cent and volume was light ahead of market closures in both the US and Canada (Labor Day) tonight. (Sep 01)

MORE TOPICS: WESTPAC, GERMANY, MANUFACTURING, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, AUSTRALIA

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen speaks during a news conference at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels
NATO Seeks More Funding To Tackle New Threats: Canada, Germany Not Convinced

By IBTimes AU

NATO Summit in Wales can give more clarity whether any new funding is worthwhile to handle the Russian threat evident at the Ukraine crisis. (Sep 01)

MORE TOPICS: IRAQ, UNITED KINGDOM, GERMANY, UKRAINE

New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key Speaks At A Luncheon In Sydney
National Party of New Zealand Affirms Independent Foreign Policy And Bigger Foreign Trade

By IBTimes AU

The autonomy in foreign policy pursued by the National Party government was evident in ts approach to sanctions on Russia (Aug 28)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, AUSTRALIA