slowing or stable in emerging economies leading indicator for its 33 member countries unchanged for the 6th month in a row at 100.6 Latest monthly report from the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development UK – above trend at 101.13 … Continue reading
Number of low paying jobs in Germany is too high Germany must spur more domestic demand OECD welcomes German minimum wage, though it shouldn’t be set too high Comments from OECD secretary general Angel Gurria, speaking in Berlin
The Organisation for economic cooperation and development has released its February leading indicators. While the outlook for advanced economies has stabilised, emerging markets are still sliding.The main index covering 33 countries held steady at 100.7 for the third straight month. … Continue reading
Sees slower growth in major advanced economies in the first half of 2014 than second half of 2013 Sees Japan GDP growing at 4.8% in Q1 then 2.9% in Q2 US GDP +1.7% in Q1, 3.1% Q2 UK 3.3% Q1 … Continue reading
Weak euro region inflation due to weak recovery So says the OECD’s Jose Angel Gurria. Wasn’t that the whole problem with the GFC, that no one saw it coming?
Sec gen Jose Angel Gurria on Bloomberg radio. They’re trotting out the one liners today.