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Weidmann Citing QE Legitimacy Paves Way for ECB Consensus

Jens Weidmann has morphed from Dr. No into Mr. Maybe. After building a reputation as a nay-sayer on the

India’s exports contract for a second month in March

India’s merchandise exports contracted for the second month in a row in March, while a decline in imports

China should be very cautious with any stimulus - central bank

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

BoJ Minutes: Economic Recovery Poised To Continue

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

German Inflation Rate Falls Below 1%

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

Economy still in upward phase despite weak figures

Despite recent softening economic figures, China's economy remains resilient and could maintain a growth

ILO Labour Organization : Global jobs gap widens even as recovery takes hold

A massive global jobs gap that opened at the height of the financial crisis is not closing. In fact, the gap will

Spain's Consumer Prices Drop Less Than Estimated

Spain's consumer prices dropped for the first time in five months in March but it fell at a slower than estimated

Japan urges G20 cooperation to ease geopolitical risks

Japan urged G20 countries to work closely together to alleviate geo-political uncertainties over Ukraine that

Japan minister to head to U.S. for trade talks next week - media

Japanese Economics Minister Akira Amari will travel to the United States for trade talks late next week in a bid to

U.S. Producer Prices Rise 0.5% in March

The prices businesses receive for their goods and services rose in March, defying a long stretch of subdued

China to ease restrictions on overseas investments

China will ease restrictions on overseas investments by local firms and deals below $1 billion will no longer

China March Inflation Rises; PPI Extends Down Trend

China's consumer price inflation accelerated in March on higher food prices, but remained within the

ECB's Weidmann: no sign deflation spiral will grip euro zone

European Central Bank policymaker Jens Weidmann said on Friday he saw no risk of a growth-destroying

China Normal Growth Needs Only Minor Policy Changes: Zhou

China’s central bank chief said the nation needs only minor policy adjustments when growth is within a normal

BRICS aim to finish development bank preparations by July summit

The BRICS bloc of emerging economies will have all preparatory work done for setting up its development bank

France to stick to 3 pct budget deficit target for 2015 - minister

France will stick to the European Union deadline to reduce its budget deficit below 3 percent by the end of

Fitch Upgrades Portugal's Rating Outlook

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

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