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July 29, 2015
Pollution not contagion: eurozone debt market survives Greek crisis
Paris (AFP) July 26, 2015
The latest aggravation in the Greek crisis has strained nerves on the eurozone debt market, but unlike four years ago there has been no contagion across the single currency bloc. The chaotic nature of the bailout negotiations which nearly sent Greece into default exacerbated market volatility, but the rise in yields was largely confined to Greek bonds. While in 2011 Greece's problems rippled across the eurozone as spooked investors demanded higher returns from other countries that in turn pushed ... read more

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China says gold stash rose almost 60% in six years
China's official gold reserves rose by almost 60 percent over the past six years, according to the first official data on the subject since 2009. ... more
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US bank profits withstand trading hit from China, Greece
Large US banks reported mostly higher second-quarter earnings this week even as a pullback in trading revenues due to crises in Greece and China dented results. ... more
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ADB trims China, developing Asia growth forecasts
The Asian Development Bank Thursday trimmed its growth forecasts for China and developing Asia this year and next owing to weakness the world's number two economy. ... more
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Venture capital investors are still keen on the frothy, high-growth opportunities in technology, although some are tempering their optimism over fears of a bubble. ... more
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China's Q2 GDP growth beats forecasts as stimulus kicks in
China's GDP expanded 7.0 percent year-on-year in the second quarter, official data showed Wednesday, beating expectations as months of central bank policy stimulus helped support the world's second-largest economy. ... more
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China trade slumps in first half of year: government
China's total trade slumped in the first half of this year, official data showed Monday, falling well short of the government's targets and dealing a blow to the global economy from its biggest trader in goods. ... more
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Asia markets up as Europe leaders struggle for Greece deal
Asian markets rose Monday while the euro held its own as European leaders struggled to hammer out a debt reform deal to keep Greece in the eurozone, with a source saying a compromise had finally been found. ... more
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China bank lending, money supply grew in June: central bank
China's bank lending rose in June and the broader money supply also increased, the central bank said Tuesday, as monetary easing measures to boost the world's second-largest economy kick in. ... more
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China consumer inflation rate rises to 1.4% in June: govt
The consumer inflation rate in China rose to 1.4 percent in June, authorities said Thursday, though economists cautioned further stimulus was needed in the world's second-largest economy as upward price pressures remained subdued. ... more
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World Bank removes critical section from China report
The World Bank has removed a sharply critical portion from a recently released report on China's economy that called for reform of its financial system, saying the section had not been adequately reviewed and that its wording was inappropriate. ... more
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China brokers to invest $19 mn to curb market plunge
China's 21 largest brokerage firms announced Saturday they would invest more than $19 billion in the country's stock markets in order to curb its precipitous fall over the last three weeks. ... more
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China manufacturing sees slight pick-up in June
Chinese manufacturing activity saw a slight improvement in June, official data suggested Wednesday, but analysts said more stimulus to the world's number two economy would likely be needed to re-energise the sector. ... more
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World Bank warns China over state financial control
The World Bank on Wednesday urged China to accelerate reform of its state-dominated financial sector, warning that failure to address the issue could end "three decades of stellar performance" for the world's second-largest economy. ... more
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China presses US to invest more in its own economy
Chinese Finance Minister Lou Jiwei called Tuesday on the United States to boost its domestic savings and investment to strengthen growth, including spending to improve infrastructure. ... more
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Britain to privatise its 'green' bank
Britain's Conservative government on Thursday said it planned to privatise its 'green' investment bank set up three years ago to financially support environmentally-friendly infrastructure. ... more
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China to scrap constraint on bank lending
China is to abolish a limit on the amount of loans banks can grant, a liberalising step for the heavily-regulated banking sector which could make stimulus measures more effective. ... more
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China's Alibaba launches Internet bank
Chinese e-commerce behemoth Alibaba on Thursday launched an Internet bank aimed at serving small businesses which often struggle to obtain credit from large banks. ... more
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China manufacturing activity contracts in June: HSBC
China's manufacturing activity contracted for the fourth straight month in June as demand remained sluggish in the world's second-largest economy, a survey by British banking giant HSBC showed Tuesday. ... more
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China manufacturing activity contracts in June: HSBC
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A group of data-literate sociologists say they've developed a new data analysis technique for identifying corruption in government. ... more
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HSBC unveils radical overhaul to axe up to 50,000 jobs
HSBC will cut its global workforce by up to 50,000 as it exits Brazil and Turkey and mulls relocating headquarters back to Asia from London, the banking giant said Tuesday. ... more
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China economy shows more weakness as imports, exports fall
Chinese imports fell for a seventh straight month in May while exports also sank, according to official data Monday, as the world's second biggest economy shows protracted weakness despite government easing measures. ... more
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China manufacturing index at six-month high but strains remain
China's official manufacturing index hit a six-month high in May but the industry still faces multiple strains, the government said Monday, while a closely watched private survey pointed to continued deterioration as the world's second-largest economy battles a broad slowdown. ... more
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Bernanke blames Congress as China flexes economic muscles
Former Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke on Tuesday rebuked US lawmakers for allowing China to steal a march with a new Asian bank that threatens to upend Washington's oversight of the world economic order. ... more
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