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Monday 7 January 2013

UK Companies See 40% Chance Recession Return in 2 Year

Futures slip after S&P hits pre-recession levels
Huffington Post
NEW YORK — Stock futures are cooling off after the Standard & Poor's index reached levels last week not seen since the start of the Great Recession. Dow Jones industrial futures are down 8 points to 13,338. The broader S&P futures have lost 0.80 ...
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UK Companies See 40% Chance Recession Return in 2 Year
... 40% Chance Recession Return in 2 Year. By Simon Kennedy - 2013-01-07T00:00:01Z. U.K. companies see a 40 percent chance that the British economy will return to recession within two years, according to a Deloitte LLP survey of chief financial officers.
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Immigrants abandoning recession-hit Italy
Financial Times
The trend is not limited to the Chinese, and is apparent across the various immigrant groups throughout Italy – a grim consequence of its longest postwar recession, and a warning of how hard it will be for the country to start growing again. Italy has ...
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Good News Britain: Finance chiefs turn optimistic as fear of recession starts ...
The finance chiefs believe the risks of a triple-dip recession are receding despite gloomy economic data but, although they are less concerned about margins, cash flow and credit, they remain cautious about expansion or increasing investment. The Bank...
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€840m lottery lifts Spain's recession gloom
The Independent
A lottery showered €840m (£680m) on ticket-holders in five regions of Spain yesterday in the midst of a deep recession and high unemployment. The “El Nino” (The Child) lottery is held on each Feast of the Epiphany and the top prize tickets were sold in ...
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Recession fears stoked by slide in consumer spending over Christmas
Published on Monday 7 January 2013 00:00. THE Christmas woes that faced high street retailers will be laid bare this week, with figures out today showing a drop in consumer spending last month and stoking fears of a triple-dip recession in the UK. Data ...
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Charitable giving remained strong through recession
North Bay Business Journal
While a broad swath of economic activities retracted during the recession, a recent report by the country's leading institute on philanthropy showed that one activity — charitable giving — has continued going strong. Dr. Thomas Peters, John Burns ...
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