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economic troubles

  • by Melvin Rhodes
Seemingly unnoticed, a titanic battle is underway between the world's most powerful economies. U.S. overspending and a calculated gamble to take advantage of a devalued dollar is forcing other nations—the EU included—to pay the tab.
  • by Donald Ward
What will happen in 2003? No human being knows for sure. But we can observe and analyze the storm clouds that are on the horizon.
  • by Darris McNeely
The news of our world gives us little hope at times. Focus your eyes beyond today and on a future defined by God's promises.
  • by Darrell E Keisel
The housing market has buoyed the economy in recent times. But this growth has been spurred in part by increasingly risky loans. What happens when the bubble bursts?
  • by Graemme Marshall
Our world is changing in ways we never considered. The dominance that affluent nations have enjoyed is about to end. Will peoples of the rich world downsize their lifestyle? Will people who have rarely if ever had to "tighten their belts" be able to make the painful change?
  • by Paul Kieffer
Reaching the 5 million unemployed mark had an immediate impact on Germany's national confidence. In a poll taken a couple of days after the unemployment figures were released, 85 percent of the Germans surveyed expressed concern for their personal future.