Economic Indicators Across the Countries and Regions of the United States, Canada, Japan and the Euro zone


Add to cart
Essay #: 051894
Total text length is 8,824 characters (approximately 6.1 pages).

Excerpts from the Paper

The beginning:
This paper shall discuss various economic indicators across the countries and regions of the United States, Canada, Japan and the Euro zone.
Economic Indicators 
Compare the United States, Japan, the Euro Area and Canada in terms of production and employment in the most recent quarter and a year ago.
Economic indicators provide valuable tools for the analysis of the health and wealth of a country or region. Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employment,  and inflation as measured by the Consumer Price Index (CPI) are helpful tools to assess a country’s forward looking prospects. With the global recession, the St. Louis Federal Reserve office has observed poor figures from nearly all countries. As such, this paper will look at the most...
The end:
.....economy the bleakest of the four considered areas.References
Economist Intelligence Unit. (March 30, 2009). Country Briefings
Canada: Forecast. The Economist. Retrieved May 10, 2009 
Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. (May 2009). International
Economic Trends. St. Louis Fed. Retrieved May 10, 2009
Nutting, R. (March 11, 2009). Budget Deficit Widens 10% as 
Receipts fall to 14-year low. Market Watch. Retrieved May
9, 2009 from:{E595148D-3756-4F39-A1A6-773ABA0039A8}