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China's economy grows 7.4% in 2014 Q1, better than forecast

16/04/2014
China's economy expanded by 7.4% in the first quarter of the year, better than what many were

Germany assures Brussels its current account balance will shrink

16/04/2014
Germany reassured Brussels its current account surplus, the world's largest, would shrink in coming years

Biggest Banks Face Tougher Basel Rule on Risk Concentration

16/04/2014
Banks identified as systemically important to the global economy face tighter rules on how much business

Still Weak Job Market Calls for Fed Patience, Rosengren Says

16/04/2014
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said ongoing labor market weakness and

Portugal to Continue Cutting Spending and Jobs

16/04/2014
The Portuguese government said Tuesday it will cut spending in ministries and continue to lower the number of public workers to meet

Fragile Europe Weakens U.S. Push for Russia Sanctions

16/04/2014
The U.S. readiness to impose new economic sanctions on Russia over Ukraine is offset by the European Union’s

German Econ Min Still Sees GDP Growth of 1.8% in 2014, 2% in 2015

16/04/2014
Germany's Economics Ministry Tuesday maintained its forecast for economic growth of 1.8% for this year,

French Finance Minister: Not Asked EU for Delay on Deficit Targets

16/04/2014
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin on Tuesday denied asking European authorities for more time to meet

Bernanke Says Fed Considers Emerging Markets When Making Policy

16/04/2014
The U.S. Federal Reserve considers developments in emerging markets when formulating policies, former Fed

Greek Lender Eurobank Ergasias Raises EUR1.3 Billion

16/04/2014
One of Greece's largest lenders, Eurobank Ergasias SA, has secured nearly half of the roughly EUR3 billion ($4.1

China’s economic growth slows in Q1

16/04/2014
China’s economic expansion slowed in the first three months of this year, according to an AFP survey, and remains on track for its worst annual

Rising Exports Boost Euro-Zone Trade Surplus

16/04/2014
The 18 countries that share the euro had an increased surplus in their trade in goods with the rest of the world during February, an

Spain Anxiety on Euro Leaves Rajoy With Two-Front Battle

16/04/2014
Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is counting on Mario Draghi’s help in a battle on two fronts against the strength of the

China New Bank Loans Rise In March, M2 Growth Eases

16/04/2014
New loans made by Chinese banks grew in March, while money supply growth eased, data from the People's Bank

China M2 Money-Supply Growth 'Normal,' Liquidity Ample, PBOC Official Says

16/04/2014
China's M2 money-supply growth slowed in March but the pace was "normal" and still provided ample liquidity in

Late Easter causes UK retail sales to fall in March - BRC

16/04/2014
British retail sales took their biggest annual fall last month since April 2013, hurt by unfavourable year-on-year

Abe Ministries Risk Failure in ‘Womenomics’ Goals, Mori Says

16/04/2014
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will fail to meet his goal of having women in 30 percent of management positions in

Bank of Spain to conduct stress tests on 16 banks this month - report

16/04/2014
The Bank of Spain will subject 16 Spanish lenders to its own stress tests this month ahead of European Central

Kuroda Says BOJ Will Act If Needed

16/04/2014
Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda on Tuesday offered Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assurance that the central

Costlier food items push inflation to three-month high of 5.7% in March

16/04/2014
Snapping its declining trend, inflation rose to a three-month high of 5.7 per cent in March mainly due to a
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