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It's Duke vs. Wisconsin!

April 5th, 2015
in econ_news

Econintersect:  Wisconsin defeated Kentucky and Duke ran away from Michigan State in semifinal games on Saturday to gain the right to face off for the national championship on Monday night.   Kentucky (undefeated and ranked #1) was upended by #3 ranked Wisconsin in a nip and tuck battle most of the way until the  game opened to a 7-point spread in the final seconds, 71-64.  Duke, ranked #4/5, cruised to a 81-61 triumph over the Spartans, ranked  22/23.

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Earnings and Economic Reports: Week Starting 06 April 2015

April 4th, 2015
in News, econ_news, syndication

Written by Merlin Rothfeld, Online Trading Academy

Econintersect: Here is a day-by-day rundown of the global economic calendar events for the coming week and the important earnings announcements each day, as well.

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Merlin Rothfeld

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Five Incredible Old English Homes Built by Women

April 4th, 2015
in econ_news

by Briony McDonagh, The Conversation

We tend to think of the landowners, architects and builders of the past as men, just as we do its politicians, rulers and artists. Women rarely get a look in. But research is uncovering more and more historical examples of women who played a leading role in society, politics or the arts – and the public, it seems, are fascinated. Take Amanda Vickery’s recent series on The Story of Women and Art for example, or the idea that Bach’s wife composed some of his finest works.

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Easter In The United States By The Numbers

April 4th, 2015
in News, econ_news, syndication

from Felix Richter, Statista.com
by Niall McCarthy

80 percent of American adults are going to celebrate Easter this year and overall spending in the United States is set to reach $16.4 billion!

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Nominal GDP: Target Or Benchmark?

April 4th, 2015
in econ_news

from the Richmond Fed

Some observers have argued that the Federal Reserve would best fulfi ll its mandate by adopting a target for nominal gross domestic product (GDP). Insights from the monetarist tradition suggest that nominal GDP targeting could be destabilizing. However, adopting benchmarks for both nominal and real GDP could off er useful information about when monetary policy is too tight or too loose.

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