Economy

PAST COLUMNS: 2005

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PAST COLUMNS: 2005

December

· Surprise of the year: a DVD player for $39

· Global slowdown already in the numbers

· B.C. Fish Fuelling Export Growth

· Global Capital Flows to Ebb in 2006

November

· Managing oil windfalls

· Introducing TOM

· Canadian dollar should be edging lower

· 2006: Year of the downgrade

October

· Temporary stagflation still stressful

· Productivity upturn underway

· What does Dutch disease feel like?

· Germany, Japan and reform prospects

September

· Central Europe’s productivity imperative

· Brazil faces new market test

· Costly Katrina

· Non-energy commodity markets

· Politics versus economics, Ecuador-style

August

· Canadian and Australian dollars diverge

· Productivity basics

· Low bond yields

· Mad cow roundup

July

· Yuan yawn

· Should Italy abandon the euro?

· U.S. fiscal fear fizzling

· Exporter confidence rebound

June

· Financial instability continuing

· Telecom recovery dialled in

· Policy conundrum

· Services lead export growth

· Chile’s energy shortfall

May

· Exchange rates in harmony

· Auto sector strong

· Managing rising export risks

· Global textile market

April

· Export outlook steady

· Oil markets

· Interest rate spreads

· Mexican politics & economics

March

· Offshoring a sign of progress

· Canadian productivity will rise

· India worth exploring

· Construction sector

· Mexico’s challenge

February

· Current bond markets

· Debt worries overdone

· Thanks, Mr. G.

· Is China slowing?

January

· G7 to the rescue

· Argentina climbing out

· Exporter confidence flagging

· Tsunami impact still growing

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