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The U.S. moved up to eighth place, a year after cracks in education scores pushed it out of the top 10 for the first time.
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Singapore's Budget to Focus on Health, Infrastructure
A high inflation-adjusted benchmark interest rate is, on balance, a reason for central bankers to consider a looser policy stance.
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Record Malaysia Tax Revenue to Ease Pressure on Budget Deficit
Southeast Asia Feels the Burn as Global Trade Tensions Heat Up
What’s going on in the world economy?
Last year, economists predicted Southeast Asia would be blessed with a strong and vibrant 2018. 2019 is a different story.
Fed officials looked past market fury and White House taunts to hike the benchmark interest rate.
Aside from keeping a healthy skepticism on the polls, here are a few things investors and economists are preparing for:
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