macro-economic love

Definitions

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  • adj. Alternative spelling of macroeconomic.

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Examples

  • "Nonetheless, the current valuation of the shares largely reflects the positive aspects of the story, particularly in light of near-term macro-economic concerns."

  • "I don't think enough banks have failed, or have been failing fast enough, to have a macro-economic impact," says economist Edward Yardeni.

    Banks Keep Failing, No End in Sight

  • The austerity package is likely to turn out to be the greatest macro-economic mistake in a century.

    Osborne has taken the coward's route

  • Meanwhile, Chinese companies in both the private and state sectors are responding to government incentives to "Go Out" and compete against the best companies in the world—while juggling fierce competition, rapidly changing technology and shifting macro-economic forces at home.

    China Eyed as Next Educational Frontier

  • Shares shrugged off mild gains in European indexes and remained in the red for most of the session ahead of key corporate earnings and macro-economic growth data later this week.

    India Shares Edge Lower

  • "All we need is a macro-economic shock in China, and the whole house of cards could come down."

    Car Makers Look Past Clouds

  • "Unless the macro-economic environment improves, inflows from foreign funds are unlikely to come by in a hurry," said Mr. Khemani.

    India Shares Post First Annual Fall in Three Years

  • Britain has to recast its approach to capitalism, refashion its macro-economic policy, set about building a vibrant network of institutions better to support investment and innovation.

    Enough of Mervyn King and the economics of La La Land| Will Hutton

  • One of the dangers in the west identified by Lyons is the risk of both macro-economic and regulatory policies being pro-cyclical, the tendency of those in charge to carry on digging when they are in a hole.

    Eurozone crisis: hopes of recovery recede while recession looms

  • We live in a world of increased complexity, where leaders in every corner of life are impacted by information overflow, globalization, and macro-economic challenges.

    Antonio Lucio: Lessons in Leadership From a Friend

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