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2014/11/21 17:07
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A drop in oil revenue adds to Malaysia’s debt burden. Ringgit-denominated notes returned one per cent in the past three months, trailing gains of 5.6 per cent for Indonesian securities, 4.6 per cent...
2014/11/21 17:07
2014/11/21 17:07
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2014/11/18 10:06
2014/11/18 10:06
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Catalonian independence, favored by 81 percent of those who voted in an unofficial ballot this month, would put at risk a growing regional economy lifted by one of Spain’s recovering property...
2014/11/14 16:55
2014/11/14 16:55
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LONDON (MarketWatch) — It took six years for Greece to escape recession, but, when it finally did, it did it with style. The country scored a 0.7% growth rate in the third quarter, besting all other...
2014/11/13 11:34
2014/11/13 11:34
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Independent Media.Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi. Picture: Dumisani Sibeko. Cape Town - South Africa’s labour relations are the most hostile of 144 countries measured by the World Economic...
2014/11/13 05:06
2014/11/13 05:06
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The cost to protect sovereign bonds against non-payment for five years has risen 16 basis points over the past two months to 48 basis points yesterday. Benchmark 10-year yields gained to the highest...
2014/11/12 09:06
2014/11/12 09:06
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The sharpest drop in oil prices since 2008, coupled with a surge in the dollar, are testing the resolve of energy-producing nations to defend their currency pegs. Even Saudi Arabia, whose $745...
2014/11/10 12:40
2014/11/10 12:40
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Falling prices for oil, Russia’s lifeblood, and the Western-imposed economic sanctions have pushed the Russian economy to the verge of recession. Russia’s central bank on Monday revealed that it...
2014/11/10 12:27
2014/11/10 12:27
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Meanwhile the country's central bank released a document on Monday in which it lowered its 2014 growth forecast to 0.3 percent and forecast 0 percent growth in 2015. It also estimated that capital...
2014/11/07 14:19
2014/11/07 14:19
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Over the last few months Russia's currency has been grinding downwards against both the dollar and the euro as oil prices fell and the country's economy weakened on the back of international sanctions...
2014/11/04 12:05
2014/11/04 12:05
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European Commission slashes its growth forecast for the euro zone and said greater investment was "much-needed". The prospects for economic growth in the euro zone is looking increasingly bleak after...
2014/11/04 03:06
2014/11/04 03:06
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The Bank of Japan’s expanded monetary easing came just in time to spur a bond rally even as the nation’s $1.1 trillion pension fund starts to cut debt holdings. The 20-year yield dropped about 15...
2014/11/03 18:18
2014/11/03 18:18
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Podemos, the radical leftist party that was created earlier this year in Spain, is now the most popular political party in the country (see the crazy results from El País's election poll over the...
2014/11/03 14:28
2014/11/03 14:28
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... investors have focused on the standoff between Barcelona and Madrid, they should be paying more attention to the surge in support for Podemos (We can), the left-wing anti-establishment party...
2014/10/27 10:06
2014/10/27 10:06
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In his mid-term budget last week, Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene said he would raise an additional 27 billion rand ($2.5 billion) in tax and lower spending ceilings by 25 billion rand over the next...
2014/10/24 14:17
2014/10/24 14:17
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Whoever wins Brazil’s presidential runoff election this Sunday won’t have much good news to deliver on the outlook for the world’s second-largest emerging market. Brazil is in recession, and annual...
2014/11/21 17:07
2014/11/21 17:07
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