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Canada's Economic Growth Triples US's - Huffington Post Canada

The experts promised us a “barnburner” of a first quarter for Canada's economy, and the economy delivered. Canada's GDP grew at a 3.7-per-cent pace in the first three months of 2017, more than tripling the U.S.'s 1.2-per-cent pace, StatsCan reported on ...and more »

Econo-metrics: The (almost) monster first quarter GDP -

Here is the headline: Canada's gross domestic product accelerated to an annual rate of 3.7 per cent in the first quarter, as Canadians kept shopping and companies rebuilt inventories, Statistics Canada reported May 31. StatsCan raised its growth ...and more »

Three Years Into Modi's Regime, the Cracks Are Beginning to Show - The Wire

Unemployment has risen and the corporate sector has taken a hit, but the Modi government is relying on statistics to create an illusion of economic growth. Three Years Into Modi's Regime, the Cracks Are Beginning to Show. Prime Minister Narendra Modi.and more »

India's GDP growth slowed to 7.1% in the historic year of demonetisation - Quartz

The data is in: While India remains one of the world's fastest-growing major economies, the currency ban in November 2016 did take some steam out of its growth engine. India's GDP grew at 7.1% in 2016-17, the country's Central Statistics Office (CSO ...and more »

GDP growth slows to 6.1% in Jan-March: Indian economy finally bares its demonetisation scars - Hindustan Times

Finally, the impact of demonetisation is visible in the gross domestic product (GDP) numbers. Gross value-added (GVA) growth at constant prices fell to a mere 5.6% in the fourth quarter of fiscal year 2017 (FY17), clearly showing the scars of ...and more »

Demonetisation pulls down India GDP growth rate to 6.1% in Q4 2016-17 - Livemint

New Delhi: India's economic growth slowed for the fourth consecutive quarter in the three months ended March, mirroring the impact of demonetisation on key sectors including construction and financial services. Gross domestic product (GDP) growth ...and more »

India's GDP in Q4 grows 6.1%, loses fastest growing economy tag - Times of India

India's GDP or gross domestic product grew 6.1 per cent year-on-year during the January-March period, government data showed on Wednesday. With this, India loses its status of the world's fastest growing economy. China's GDP grew 6.9 per cent during ...and more »

Bad news, bears: Canada's economy is actually doing better than you think -

It takes a special kind of cynic to look at the latest GDP numbers and find them wanting. Canada posted impressive gains in the first quarter, Statistics Canada revealed on Wednesday, with the economy expanding at an annual pace of 3.7 per cent — the ...and more »

India's red hot economy is losing steam - CNNMoney

India's crown is slipping: It can no longer claim to be the fastest growing major economy in the world. The annual rate of growth slumped to 6.1% in the quarter ended March 31, down from 7% in the previous quarter. Content by MyFinance. Online Savings ...and more »

New GDP numbers could be bad news for Canadians with debt -

The Canadian economy posted bang-up growth in the first three months of 2017, increasing the chance that the Bank of Canada (BoC) will raise interest rates sooner rather than later. Story continues below. READ MORE: Could you handle a 33 per cent ...and more »