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Spain's GDP grows by 0.8 percent in first quarter
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Spain's GDP grows by 0.8 percent in first quarter

The Spanish economy registered a quarterly growth of 0.8 percent between January and March of this year, the same rate as the fourth quarter of 2015, the National Statistics Institute confirmed on Thursday. On an annual basis, the growth rate of ... EFE, 2 hours ago
Spain's GDP grows by 0.8 pct. in first quarter Equities.com, 7 hours ago
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Stock Indexes Calm Before GDP Data; Apple Tests 100 Price Area

Bears and bulls alike showed patience Thursday afternoon as the stock indexes stayed close to the break-even level. The market is likely waiting for thesecond take on first quarter GDP, which will be released Friday before the opening bell. The ...
 Investor's Business Daily16 minutes ago SE Asia Stocks-Thai rebounds on GDP data; Indonesia hits 2-1/2-mth low  Sify1 week ago SE Asia Stocks-S'pore snaps 10-day losing streak, Indonesia hits over 2-month low  Sify2 weeks ago SE Asia Stocks-Up after early losses; Philippines ends 8-day losing streak  Sify3 weeks ago
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Could Rally Cool Off Ahead Of Friday's GDP Data and Yellen Speech?

Stock Market XML and JSON Data API provided by FinancialContent Services, Inc. Nasdaq quotes delayed at least 15 minutes, all others at least 20 minutes. Markets are closed on certain holidays. Stock Market Holiday List By accessing this page, ...
 Minyanville1 hour ago SE Asia Stocks-Cautious ahead of US GDP data, Yellen speech  Sharenet3 days ago Why the Stock Market Isn't Affected by Slow GDP Growth  Investopedia4 days ago Cautious ahead of US GDP data, Yellen speech  United News of India3 days ago
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FX round-up: Sterling falls after slowdown in Q1 GDP confirmed

Andrew Schonberg (ShareCast News) - Sterling was lower as UK's Q1 2016 gross domestic product (GDP) growth was confirmed to have slowed, with the US dollar down after a range of data and commentary from Federal Reserve officials. At about 17:05 ...
 BullBearings1 hour ago
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Intra-Africa trade to play larger role in local GDP contributions

As growth in developed markets such as Europe, China and North Africa continues to stagnate, greater regional integration in Africa, among all role players, is needed to capitalise on the continent's growth potential. This is according to Hennie ...
 INVESTSA Magazine5 hours ago
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High food prices will cost India $49b

India could lose $49 billion in GDP, equivalent to the total GDP of Croatia, if global food prices double in future, according to a report that said the world is likely suffer from more volatile food prices due to rising populations. According to the report, ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 hour ago A food price shock could shave $49 billion off India's GDP, says UN report  Domain-B6 hours ago India could lose $49b in GDP by food price shock: UN  The Financial Chronicle8 hours ago India could lose nearly Rs 3.25 lakh crore in GDP if food prices double in future: UN  DNA India11 hours ago
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CIMB keeps Singapore GDP growth forecast at 2.0%, says further MAS easing unlikely this year

SINGAPORE (May 26): Singapore's resilient manufacturing sector should recover from the sharp contraction last year and provide modest boost to growth, says CIMB, maintaining its GDP growth forecast in 2016 at 2.0%. Singapore's Ministry of Trade ...
 Edge Markets14 hours ago Singapore slashes trade outlook after anaemic Q1 GDP growth  United News of India1 day ago Singapore final Q1 GDP +0.2 pct q/q, slightly better than forecast  Reuters UK1 day ago UPDATE 1-Singapore Q1 GDP barely grows, outlook dim as exports fcast cut  Reuters UK1 day ago
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Seoul seeks to cap ratio of national debt to GDP

The South Korean government said it will seek to cap the proportion of national debt to gross domestic product as part of efforts to preemptively enhance fiscal stability in the long term. In a meeting presided over by Finance Minister Yoo Il-ho in ...
 Korea Herald11 hours ago [Photo News] Global chipmakers meet in Seoul  Korea Herald11 hours ago

Atlanta Fed GDP model keeps moving higher

GDPNow's latest forecast for Q2 GDP growth is up to 2.9% from 2.5% just over a week ago, with this morning's fast durable goods print pushing the model higher. Earlier in May, GDPNow saw less than 2% growth for Q2. The Blue Chip consensus ...
 Seeking Alpha3 hours ago
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Expect Q4 GDP growth of 7.2 pc: Icra

The economy is likely to show a marginal uptick in the March quarter, with gross value added (GVA) growth expected at 7.2 percent from 7.1 percent in the previous three-month period, domestic ratings agency Icra said today. "We anticipate a ...
 Moneycontrol.com5 hours ago U.S. GDP Growth Is Expected To Rebound In Q2  Investing.com6 hours ago Govt expects 7.25% GDP growth in FY17  Dhaka Tribune3 days ago PTI - ICRA-GDP (BCM20) - Expect Q4 GDP growth of 7.2 pc: Icra  Namibia Press Agency4 hours ago
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