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Looking ahead
Rising bond yields
The future of the American economy
American unemployment
British inflation
The world economy
Europe's response to crisis
China's currency
American economic policy
Quantitative easing
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Charts of 2010
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European leaders try to ignore ambitious new ideas to save the single currency More »
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We invite you to predict when China will overtake America



Europe's economies are moving in different directions



Track the growth of debt around the world

 
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