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US economy expands at tepid 1.1% in spring

The US economy expanded at a sluggish 1.1 percent pace this spring as businesses sharply reduced their stockpiles of goods and spent less on new buildings and equipment....

August 27, 2016, Saturday

Loans to eurozone private sector rise

Loans to the private sector in the eurozone edged up slightly in July, European Central Bank data showed yesterday, in welcome news for the ailing area....

August 27, 2016, Saturday

Consumer spending lifts Spain’s GDP

Spain’s economy grew strongly in the second quarter as consumer spending stayed robust and demand for exports rose, though there were signs that a vibrant investment climate may be starting to cool after...

August 26, 2016, Friday

China to start fiscal reforms

China will kickstart fiscal reforms in areas of national defense and basic public services this year, with plans to focus on education, healthcare and environmental protection in 2017-2018, the State Council...

August 25, 2016, Thursday

France’s strong growth backs eurozone business activity

Surprisingly strong growth in France supported stable eurozone private business activity during August but factories could face a tougher September as new order growth stumbled, surveys showed yesterd...

August 24, 2016, Wednesday

UK inflation edges up

Shoppers cross Oxford Street in London. The UK’s annual inflation rate rose last month, official data showed yesterday, and is set to rise further as a weak pound caused by the Brexit vote raises import prices. The 12-month Consumer Price Index rose by 0.6 percent in July, the Office for National Statistics said. CPI had risen by 0.5 percent in the year to June, it added. ...

August 17, 2016, Wednesday

China hopes G20 to spur economic growth

CHINA will propose a joint initiative to revive weak global growth at next month’s meeting of leaders of Group of 20 major economies amid rising protectionist sentiment in the United States and Europe, ...

August 16, 2016, Tuesday

Abe under heat as Japan’s GDP stalls

JAPAN’S economic growth ground to a halt in April-June as weak exports and shaky domestic demand prompted companies to cut spending, putting fresh pressure on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to come up with ...

August 16, 2016, Tuesday

New measures to tackle industrial overcapacity

CHINA will use the stricter enforcement of environmental safety and energy efficiency standards as well as tougher credit controls to help fight against overcapacity in key industrial sectors, the government ...

August 15, 2016, Monday

Malaysia’s growth eases in Q2

A construction laborer works at a building site in Kuala Lumpur yesterday. Malaysia’s economic growth eased in the second quarter, the central bank said yesterday, attributing the slowdown to a decline in exports amid subdued global demand. ...

August 13, 2016, Saturday


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