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By PBS NewsHour
Since mid-June, China’s two main stock markets have seen drastic drops, falling by more than 30 percent. In the past year, reforms toward greater liberalization had helped the markets skyrocket, but this recent free fall has spurred some panic among…
By Anna Sillers
The International Energy Agency announced today that, for the first time in 40 years, carbon dioxide emissions flatlined despite global economy growth.
Al Gore's 'Future' Tackles Technology, Global Economy, American Democracy…
Editor’s note: On last night’s NewsHour, Paul spoke with Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on the sidelines of the G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh. Lula weighed in not only on the legitimacy of meetings like the G-20 and where…
In an interview with Paul Solman from the G-20 meeting in Pittsburgh, Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva clarifies his infamous remarks on 'blue-eyed' bankers and weighs in on where emerging markets like Brazil fit in the global economy.
Editor’s note: In anticipation of the G-20 summit that begins today in Pittsburgh, Paul’s segment last night took a look at how the world’s economies are faring a year into the financial crisis. Along the way, he gets some global…
Question: What scenarios are associated with the G20 conference for the U.S. and global economy? Paul Solman: We want the rest of the world to spend more money stimulating their economies. Except for China, most countries seem to be…
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