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https://news.yahoo.com/global-debt-surges-record-high-188-tn-imf-142925892.html

Global debt surges to record high $188 tn: IMF chief
https://news.yahoo.com/global-debt-surges-record-high-188-tn-imf-142925892.html

The global debt load has surged to a new all-time record equivalent to more than double the world's economic output, IMF chief Kristalina Georgieva warned Thursday. "Global debt -- both public and private -- has reached an all-time high of $188 trillion. This amounts to about 230 percent of



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BigP  67 Days
Saudi Arabia is shutting down about half of its oil output after apparently coordinated drone strikes hit Saudi production facilities, people familiar with the matter said, in what Yemen’s Houthi rebels described as one of their largest-ever attacks inside the kingdom.
The production shutdown amounts to a loss of about five million barrels a day, the people said, roughly 5% of the world’s daily production of crude oil. The kingdom produces 9.8 million barrels a day.
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BigP  91 Days
The economy had about 501,000 fewer jobs as of March 2019 than the Bureau of Labor Statistics initially calculated in its survey of business establishments. That’s the largest revision since the waning stages of the Great Recession in 2009
BigP  91 Days
The newly revised figures indicate the economy didn’t get a huge boost last year from President Trump’s tax cuts and higher federal spending. They also signal the economy is a bit weaker than previously believed and could give the Federal Reserve even greater reason to cut interest rates in September.