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Chinese factory data show mild rebound

23/04/2014
Offering investors their first peek at the state of Chinese manufacturing this month, HSBC reported

Obama, Abe under pressure to salvage signature Pacific trade pact

23/04/2014
A meeting between U.S. President Barack Obama and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe this week in

Eurozone Construction Output Growth Eases In February

23/04/2014
Eurozone construction output growth eased sharply in February, data from Eurostat showed Tuesday.

ADB Asian Development Bank: Closer Cooperation Needed to Counter Shifting Global, Asian Landscapes

23/04/2014
Shifting relations between Asian countries and the changing global economy mean that Asia needs to

China's housing sector is crumbling – literally

23/04/2014
Be careful where you step – even when walking through your own living room. One person perished and six

Draghi Gauges Ukraine Effect as ECB Tackles Low Inflation

23/04/2014
Mario Draghi can look for clues from euro-area companies this week on whether the region needs more stimulus to counter economic

Euro-Zone Consumer Sentiment Improves in April

23/04/2014
Consumers across the 18 countries that share the euro became more upbeat about their prospects during April, an indication that

Exit plan unresolved as Portugal's last bailout review kicks off

23/04/2014
Portugal's international lenders started on Tuesday their last evaluation of its performance under its bailout, with further

ECB Weighs Impact of Strong Euro on Inflation Rate -Report

23/04/2014
The European Central Bank is watching the level of the euro on foreign exchange markets to assess the impact of the currency's

Spanish banks face tough rivalry in small companies bet

23/04/2014
Across Spain, the message is hard to miss in office windows showcasing offers: banks want to lend to small

German tax income jumps in March, 1st quarter as country's economy gathers momentum

23/04/2014
Germany's Finance Ministry says the government's tax income rose sharply in March and saw a healthy overall

France ups economic growth forecasts - Les Echos

23/04/2014
France will raise its economic growth forecasts for 2014, 2016 and 2017 in its annual stability programme to be

Hong Kong's January-March Jobless Rate Stays at 16-Year Low of 3.1%

23/04/2014
Hong Kong's unemployment rate was unchanged at the 16-year low of 3.1% in the three-month period ended

Japan's February Leading Index Falls Less Than Estimated

23/04/2014
Japan's leading index fell less than estimated in February, but it remained at a six-month low, final survey data

Hollande Faces Hurdle to Spending Cuts as Socialists Revolt

23/04/2014
French President Francois Hollande’s biggest hurdle in pushing through a plan to cut public spending is

Japan has not narrowed trade differences with U.S., negotiator says

22/04/2014
Japanese officials said on Tuesday there was still a significant way to go before reaching a broad agreement on trade with the

Sales of existing homes slowest since July 2012

22/04/2014
The sales pace of existing homes ticked down in March to the slowest rate since July 2012, according to data released Tuesday. The National Association of Realtors

U.S. Retail Sales Fell in First 2 Weeks of April From March

22/04/2014
National chain-store sales fell 0.5% during the first two weeks of April from the comparable period in March, according to

Italy economy minister says 2014 growth could be above 0.8 percent – paper

22/04/2014
Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said in interview he believed that growth in 2014 could be more than 0.8

U.S. business lobby says market access concerns in China growing

22/04/2014
Multinational firms are planning to invest less in China because of market access barriers and slowing growth in the world's
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