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Yes I do believe that the media has a semi-direct impact on the markets and the economy in general. In the aftermath of June 2016 EU Referendum result the majority of attention has focused on what might be future economic relationship between the UK and the EU and the prospects for the UK’s trade relationships with third countries once outside the EU. None of the proposed models for the future trade policy relationship between the UK and the EU (for example, membership of the European Economic Area or a Free Trade agreement) come with a defined foreign and security policy relationship.

The U.S. approach to China is in the range from a desire to ensure good relations to alleviate the security threats in the 70’s through the early period of growth of economic relations that began with the Deng reforms and culminated in China receive a first place among U.S. trading partners and the world wide importance of water in the U.S. uncertainty of how to treat China: as a rival, an ally of controversial or difficult partner to deal with, but it is impossible to refuse.

We believe that between 2011 and 2016-2018 will be known as the roaring teens period for the financial markets (especially the U.S. markets), and thus for the world’s major economies, and that many people will forget about the fact that booms frequently end in busts, especially when the foundation of the recovery is built on unsustainable economic policies.

The graph shows the effect of government spending and the multiplier effect increasing AD, but also increasing the LRAS curve as well increasing the capacity of the economy which is good for the economy as its GDP is increasing and there is potential economic growth as well.Economic News

For an in-depth analysis of the labour force, I commend Greg Jericho’s Guardian article How the unemployment rate hides what is happening in the economy ”: drawing on ABS data it reveals some worrying trends that the government would prefer not to talk about.Economic NewsEconomic News