6/24/2013

Last week's market tremors induced by the U.S. Federal Reserve notwithstanding, the economies of developed nations are looking up, economists say, noting progress not only in the U.S. but also in Europe and Japan. "There are pretty clear signs of an improvement in developed-world final domestic demand," said Daniel McCormack, a strategist with Macquarie in London.

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