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Global Growth: How Strong Is the Engine?

June 25, 2015

This special report from Bloomberg Brief and Bloomberg Intelligence assesses the strength of the global economy and the risks of a slower expansion.Featuring commentaries on global interest rates, the U.S., Brazil, the euro area, the U.K., Africa, China, Japan, India and more. Click here to view the full supplement.   

Emerging Markets Projected to Hold Back Global Growth in 2015

June 25, 2015

Global growth will be divided in 2015 between developed countries, where systemic risks are on the wane, and the emerging markets, where many countries, especially oil exporters who did not build substantial reserves during the boom years, will contract or see slower growth. Private sector economists are more optimistic than

San Francisco Apartments Chip Away at NYC Price Gap

June 23, 2015

Manhattan apartments are the costliest to rent and to buy, yet San Francisco is chipping away at the gap between the two due to strong job growth, expensive single-family homes and an overall housing shortage. New York’s average rent is 42 percent higher than San Francisco’s, down from 50 percent

Brief Bites- 6/19

June 19, 2015

Editor Taylor Riggs highlights the week’s top Bloomberg Brief stories.

Violence’s Impact on GDP More Than 6x Greece’s Bailout

June 18, 2015

The impact of violence on the global economy reached $14.3 trillion in the past year, according to a report from the Institute for Economics and Peace. The amount is comprised of US$7.16 trillion in current yearly costs — including among others global military expenditure, terrorism, GDP losses from conflict, and

Keene’s Corner: Wells Fargo Chief Economist John Silvia

June 16, 2015

  Wells Fargo Chief Economist John Silvia speaks with Bloomberg’s Tom Keene and Michael McKee about slow U.S productivity growth and the lack of economic mobility in the labor force.  Click here to see the full interview taken from the Bloomberg Brief Economics Newsletter. To take a complimentary 30 day trial

The Sharing Economy

June 15, 2015

By Eric Newcomer, Bloomberg News “The sharing economy” is a sobriquet to warm hearts. Think of it as a claim that while grubbier businesspeople sell, buy and rent, the ones in the sharing economy collaborate, facilitate, build trust. Or so they say. Sharing-economy flag-bearers like Uber, Airbnb and Homejoy give

Brief Bites- 6/12

June 12, 2015

Editor Taylor Riggs highlights the week’s top Bloomberg Brief stories.  

Generation X Frets Its Financial Stability

June 11, 2015

Generation X — comprising Americans born between 1965 and 1980 — is in worse shape financially than the baby boomers who preceded them or the millennials who followed. Gen Xers are still paying off student loans while raising families on wages that have barely budged in recent years. Almost 40

Don’t Go West, Young Man: Millennials Are Priced Out of Californian Hot Spots

June 9, 2015

In the Californian hubs of San Francisco, San Jose and Los Angeles, the typical young adult doesn’t even make half of what’s needed to afford a home, according to a Bloomberg ranking using data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Zillow Group Inc. and The gap shows how much more money millennials would