Common and country-specific fluctuations in productivity, investment, and the current account
Common economic activity for the G7 countries is analyzed. Movement of US investments causes common fluctuations. Other common fluctuations impact productivity and investments but seldom change balance of payments. Country-specific boosts in investment lead to deterioration of the current account in most countries. Other conclusions are discussed.
Publication Name: Journal of Monetary Economics
Economic outlook: UK: table 9: cross exchange rates
The article tabulates UK cross exchange rates for 1992-2007. Data covers the US dollar, Euro, UK Sterling and Japan Yen, among others.
Publication Name: Economic Outlook
Nonlinearities, cyclical behaviour and predictability in stock markets: international evidence
The cyclical nature of the stock markets of the Group of 7 countries is analyzed.
Publication Name: International Journal of Forecasting
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