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German Inflation Rate Falls Below 1%

12/04/2014
German inflation hit multiyear lows in March, data released by the country's statistics office showed Friday,

BoJ Minutes: Economic Recovery Poised To Continue

12/04/2014
The members of the Bank of Japan's monetary policy board said that Japan was seeing a moderate economic

China should be very cautious with any stimulus - central bank

12/04/2014
The Chinese government and central bank should be "very cautious" in implementing any stimulus programs

Fitch Upgrades Portugal's Rating Outlook

12/04/2014
Fitch Ratings on Friday upgraded the outlook on Portugal's rating to 'positive' from 'negative', citing falling budget

Barclays Cuts China Growth Forecast As Exports Decline

11/04/2014
China’s export-driven economy is not exporting as much as it needs to keep investors happy. On Thursday,

China Consumption Seen Up Sharply By 2020

11/04/2014
China's drive to restructure its economy and reduce its reliance on investment for economic growth

Central Banks See What They Want in Ignoring Deflation

11/04/2014
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen and her international counterparts are suffering from a case of what

U.S. budget deficit narrows sharply in March

11/04/2014
The U.S. budget deficit narrowed sharply in March, the Treasury Department reported, as tax receipts

Fed's Evans : Strong Global Economy Needs Strong US Economy

11/04/2014
Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago President Charles Evans said that when the U.S. central bank creates

Greece Jobless Rate Falls In January

11/04/2014
Greece's jobless rate declined further in January, data from the Hellenic Statistical Authority revealed Thursday.

ECB's Praet says readiness to launch QE is what is important now

11/04/2014
The European Central Bank will choose the appropriate form of quantitative easing, if it were to launch it,

Strong German Economic Growth Expected in 2014

11/04/2014
Four of Germany's prominent economic research institutes added their voices to consensus forecasts showing

Hollande Deficit Delay Brings No Market Risk, Economists Say

11/04/2014
French President Francois Hollande’s push to slow the pace of deficit reduction is unlikely to trigger any

China's Central Bank Adds Liquidity to Banking System

11/04/2014
China's central bank pumped money into the banking system for the first time in nine weeks, a move that

Special report: Global trade unbundled

11/04/2014
Global trade patterns have changed dramatically in the last two decades. Emerging markets now account for 42% of world exports, up from 19% in 1990, or 52% excluding intra-EU trade. Asia has firmly established itself as the centre of the “made in the world” vertical global supply chain, with China emerging as a mega-trader. Trade is increasingly “unbundled” with countries no

Greek Bond Sale Tops $4 Billion in Return to Markets

11/04/2014
Greece ended a four-year exile from international markets with a bond sale of 3 billion euros ($4.2 billion), more than the

China says no major stimulus planned; March trade weak

11/04/2014
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang ruled out major stimulus to fight short-term dips in growth, even as big falls in imports and exports

Record Europe Dividends Keep $3 Trillion From Factories

11/04/2014
The DAX index curve is displayed on an electronic board at the Frankfurt Stock Exchange in Frankfurt. Given the choice

The Conference Board Leading Economic Index(R) (LEI) for Japan Remains Unchanged

11/04/2014
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index(R) for Japan was unchanged in February, remaining at 100.8

French Inflation Slows In March

11/04/2014
EU harmonized inflation in France slowed in March largely due to a fall in petroleum prices, data from the
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