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Americans' incomes rise, but annual gains are slowing

American median household income rose 1.8 percent last year, representing a slower rate of growth than during the previous two years, the U.S. Census Bureau said Wednesday. American households recorded median income of $61,372 last year, which marked the first full year of the Trump administration. While that marks the third consecutive year of income gains, the rate of increase was considerably slower than in the last two years of the Obama administration. A decade after the financial crisis, many Americans are still struggling to play catch-up. Income growth in the post-recession years was largely captured by the richest Americans,...


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Reserve Bank bounces back into the black with $3.8bn profit

By business reporter Stephen Letts The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has roared back into profitability, with a $3.8 billion profit last year.It represents a $4.7 billion turnaround from last year's $900 million loss.While losses are unusual, they are not unprecedented as the bank plays the long game in currency trading, tending to lean against the market if it thinks the dollar is over, or undervalued at any point in time.It is in the market virtually every day providing services to its clients, the biggest of which is the Australian Government, but seldom intervenes to affect the exchange rate.The last...
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Al Maryah Central mall to open in August 2019

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DFM rises 24 pts on blue chips Thursday

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Qatar Airways posts $69m annual loss

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Wetherspoon, McDonald's and TGI Fridays workers to strike

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OECD: Global economic growth is stalling — trade, a strong dollar and wages are to blame

The global growth expansion may have peaked as trade uncertainty and stalled wages tighten their grip on confidence, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Thursday. The OECD projected global growth to plateau at 3.7% in both 2018 and 2019, the group said in its latest interim outlook released Thursday. That’s slower than the outlook issued in May and marks a return to a rate of growth just below that seen prior to the financial crisis 10 years ago. “Confidence has weakened, trade and investment growth have proven slower than anticipated and wage growth has remained modest across most...