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IMF can't solve Ghana's challenges – Razia Khan - GhanaWeb
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GhanaWebIMF can't solve Ghana's challenges – Razia KhanGhanaWebHead of Africa Research for Standard Chartered Bank, Razia Khan, says an International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme may not bring an end to current challenges facing Ghana's economy. She explains: "no Fund programme on its own is ever going to be ...Ghana Sees About $800 Million Assistance From IMF by JanuaryBl
 
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Mortgage Applications in U.S. Jump 11.6% as Refinancing Surges - Bloomberg
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MPA NewsMortgage Applications in U.S. Jump 11.6% as Refinancing SurgesBloombergMortgage applications in the U.S. soared last week as a plunge in borrowing costs led to biggest gain in home refinancing since January 2012. The Mortgage Bankers Association's index rose 11.6 percent in the period ended Oct. 17, the biggest gain since ...EconomyUS mortgage refinancing surges to highest in a ye
 
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92% of companies in Ghana are SMES – Report - GhanaWeb
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GhanaWeb92% of companies in Ghana are SMES – ReportGhanaWebA study conducted by Bastiat Ghana, a liberal economy think tank, shows that 92 per cent of companies registered in Ghana are micro, small and medium-scale enterprise (SMEs). According to the study 85 per cent of the SMEs offer employment in the ...and more »
 
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Paulwell says Jamaica is still safe with PetroCaribe - Jamaica Observer
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Jamaica ObserverPaulwell says Jamaica is still safe with PetroCaribeJamaica ObserverA few weeks ago when I had a telephone chat with energy minister, Phillip Paulwell, my call to him was triggered by many articles in reputable publications such as Bloomberg, all seemingly arriving at one inescapable conclusion. The economy of ...PetroCaribe presents spillover risk to beneficiary countries, says IM
 
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US consumer sentiment at highest since July 2007 - Daily Mail
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US consumer sentiment at highest since July 2007Daily MailNEW YORK, Oct 17 (Reuters) - U.S. consumer sentiment rose in October to the highest in more than seven years, boosted by views on personal finances and the national economy, a survey released on Friday showed. The Thomson Reuters/University of ...and more »
 
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UPDATE 1-ECB policymakers clash over how to treat sickly euro zone economy - Reuters
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Wall Street JournalUPDATE 1-ECB policymakers clash over how to treat sickly euro zone economyReuters... * Weidmann says Germany does not need stimulus. * Coeure says fiscal policy can help counter low inflation. * Weidmann says risks tied to ECB buying ABS. * Nowotny says talk of ECB becoming a bad bank is "nonsense" (Recasts with Weidmann, Coeure ...The doves rule the dayCNBCECB po
 
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Fed survey finds moderate growth nationwide - The Detroit News
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USA TODAYFed survey finds moderate growth nationwideThe Detroit NewsWashington — The U.S. economy was strengthening in most regions of the country in September to early October, helped by gains in consumer spending, manufacturing and commercial construction, according to the Federal Reserve's latest survey of ...Fed Survey Finds 'Subdued' Price Gains, 'Modest' Wage Growt
 
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Boom times for Ethiopia's coffee shops - BBC News
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BBC NewsBoom times for Ethiopia's coffee shopsBBC NewsAnd so, as Ethiopia's economy continues to expand strongly, more people - led by young professionals in the capital Addis Ababa - are instead buying pre-roasted beans, or visiting coffee shops to have their favourite drink made for them. It means boom ...Mali, Ethiopia in five-goal thrillerSuperSportUS Embassy in Ethiopia warns of attac
 
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How Senegal and Nigeria are beating the US at responding to Ebola - Fortune
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FortuneHow Senegal and Nigeria are beating the US at responding to EbolaFortuneIt is possible to stop the spread of Ebola, the virus that has decimated the West African economy and caused businesses in Liberia to scramble to save their workers. Two African countries, Senegal and Nigeria, have successfully contained the deadly ...WHO: Nigeria, Senegal Days Away From Being 'Ebola Free'TIMENi
 
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Ghana Begins Final Round of Talks On IMF Bailout Loan - SaharaReporters.com
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GhanaWebGhana Begins Final Round of Talks On IMF Bailout LoanSaharaReporters.comNegotiations between the Ghanaian government and the IMF have formally began on a multi-year loan that Ghana's government has said its economy needs to emerge from market-driven shocks.IMF, Ghana begin formal talks todayGhanaWeball 2 news articles »
 
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