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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.

Headlines Around the Web

Governance has failed Karnataka: Experts

Dec 18, 2013 - The Times of India

Better days ahead for Indian economy: Prakash Hinduja

Dec 14, 2013 - The Times of India

Sensex gains 106 points

Dec 02, 2013 - The Times of India

India's GDP to grow at 5.4% in Q2 of FY'14: Assocham

Nov 28, 2013 - The Times of India

Sensex ends 5 points lower after choppy session

Nov 27, 2013 - The Times of India

6% GDP growth next fiscal: Montek Singh Ahluwalia

Nov 27, 2013 - The Times of India

Strikes slow growth in South Africa

Nov 26, 2013 - Financial Times

Manufacturing share in GDP at lowest in 10 years: CII

Nov 23, 2013 - The Times of India

German growth slows to 0.3% in Q3

Nov 14, 2013 - France24

Wall St flat as data points to US expansion

Nov 06, 2013 - New Zealand Herald

Articles About GDP

New Zealand Dollar
New Zealand's Economy Soaring High As Kiwi Moves Close to Parity With Australian Dollar

By IBTimes AU

New Zealand's economy is growing faster than expected with the Kiwi moving closer to parity with the Australian currency. (1:49 pm)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, AUSTRALIA, INVESTMENT

Australian one dollar coins surround a U.S. one dollar note in this photo illustration taken in Sydney July 27, 2011. Australian consumer prices rose by more than expected last quarter while underlying inflation proved alarmingly high, reviving pressure f
Australian Dollar Outlook – December 18, 2014

By Bellfx

The Australian Dollar has dipped suddenly to USD 0.8120 following headlines the FOMC had dropped the "considerable time" phrase with respect to its guidance on interest rates, and instead deciding it could be "patient in beginning to normalise" policy. (Dec 18)

MORE TOPICS: TWITTER, FACEBOOK, RETAIL SALES, AUSTRALIA, RETAIL

The United States Federal Reserve Board building is shown in Washington October 28, 2014. The U.S. Federal Reserve this week will likely reinforce its stated willingness to wait a long while before hiking interest rates after a volatile month in financial
Global Markets Overview – December 18, 2014

By IG Markets

US equities surged on the back of the Fed meeting, which seems to have hit a sweet spot as far as balancing expectations is concerned. (Dec 18)

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

Cars line up for $2.29 regular gasoline at the Costco in Beltsville, Maryland December 16, 2014. U.S. stock index futures fell on Tuesday as a slide in the Russian rouble and crude oil prices sent traders fleeing risky assets. Brent crude lost more than 3
Not Only Russia: Continuous Drop Of Oil Prices Means Billions Of Lost Dollars For Canada

By IBTimes AU

Canada's economy stands to lose billions if the prices of oil continue to drop. (Dec 17)

MORE TOPICS: RUSSIA, NEW YORK

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (C) and Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott (2nd L) examine boomerangs during a tour of the Rio Tinto West Angelas iron ore mine
Australian Economy Expected To Have ‘Solid Growth’ Despite Falling Iron Ore Prices

By IBTimes AU

Australia has traditionally been dependent on the mining industry and falling iron ore prices may affect the budget. (Dec 16)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, IRAQ, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA, INVESTMENT

Participants of the UN Climate Change Conference COP 20 and members of YOUNGO group, with their mouths taped, take part in a protest demanding reduction in fossil fuel emissions by 2050, at the conference venue in Lima December 4, 2014. The two-week long
John Key Worse Than Abbot On Climate Fund Issue, Says New Zealand's Green Party

By IBTimes AU

There are two sects among the climate change warriors, where one group is still not convinced about the efficacy of a global fund. (Dec 16)

MORE TOPICS: AUSTRALIA, UNITED NATIONS, CLIMATE CHANGE, TONY ABBOTT

A police officer runs across Martin Place near Lindt Cafe where hostages are being held, in central Sydney December 15, 2014. Dozens of hostages were trapped inside the central Sydney cafe on Monday, with local television showing some being forced to hold
Australian Stock Market Report – Midday December 15, 2014

By Comsec

Australian shares at 2.30pm AEDT are down by 0.6 per cent; adding to last week's 2.2 per cent slump. Although most sectors are losing ground the telcos, IT stocks, utilities and healthcare industries are modestly firmer. (Dec 15)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, MANUFACTURING, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, JAPAN, AUSTRALIA

An oil field is seen at sunrise near Bakersfield, California October 14, 2014. Brent crude hit a new four-year low on Wednesday before recovering to just under $85 a barrel, as faltering global growth curbed demand for fuel at a time of heavy oversupply.
More Pain For Russia As OPEC Cuts Forecast For Demand And Oil Prices Slide

By IBTimes AU

Russian economy is battling problems on multiple fronts that range from falling oil prices to depreciating currency. (Dec 12)

MORE TOPICS: CHINA, EUROPEAN UNION, RUSSIA, OPEC

Four thousand U.S. dollars are counted out by a banker
Australian Dollar Outlook – December 12, 2014

By Bellfx

The Australian Dollar is trading lower this morning, having given up gains made on the back of yesterday's good jobs data. (Dec 12)

MORE TOPICS: FEDERAL RESERVE, TWITTER, FACEBOOK, RETAIL SALES, AUSTRALIA, RETAIL

An oil field is seen at sunrise near Bakersfield, California October 14, 2014. Brent crude hit a new four-year low on Wednesday before recovering to just under $85 a barrel, as faltering global growth curbed demand for fuel at a time of heavy oversupply.
New Zealand Awards 15 Permits To Different Companies For Onshore And Offshore Oil Exploration

By IBTimes AU

New Zeland is giving a special emphasis to the energy sector to strengthen the economy. (Dec 11)

MORE TOPICS: CHEVRON, OIL SPILL