A reading of global gross domestic product (GDP) reports has revealed another litany of woes. Contraction is no longer a vulgar economic word. It seems to be a staple amongst the maturing or cyclical economies defined under economics 101. The emerging economies, or the New World Order, are currently not in the same position to reproduce such damaging data. They are not the countries actively guiding or cajoling their currencies to underperforming levels. The claustrophobic growth squeeze remains healthy amongst the Group of Seven (G7).