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China factories stall for second month

China factories stall for second month

"We're not out of the woods yet, still continuing to see contraction in China," said Frederic Neumann, co-head of Asian economics research at HSBC. "It's not the export sector that is problematic, it is the domestic sector. There are still reports ... CNBC, 3 days ago
China Factories Remain in Contraction, 3 days ago
China factories stall for second straight month Austin American Statesman, 3 days ago

Korea's Yen Problem — Barron's Asia

By FREDERIC NEUMANN How does easing by big central banks affect neighbouring countries? Topical stuff: the ECB just threw another log on the fire and the Bank of Japan cut its inflation forecast this week, suggesting that it will press the ...
 iMarketReports3 days ago

U.S. economy still bigger than China's, but maybe not as crucial

While most analysis would still put the U.S. comfortably atop the world ranking of economic size, HSBC economist Frederic Neumann says China, and emerging Asia as a whole, has likely become more important to the global economy than the West. ...
 Global Advisors1 month ago

BSP signals steady interest rates

By Karl Lester M. Yap and Siegfrid Alegado Diverging monetary policies and uneven growth globally pose the biggest risks to the Philippines, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Governor Amando Tetangco Jr. said, signaling he will refrain from cutting ...
 Manila Standard Today6 days ago HSBC : BSP signals steady interest rates  4 Traders4 days ago

China Economy Slows to 24 Year Low

By Daniel Hunter The Chinese economy grew by 7.4% in 2014 - its slowest rate of growth in 24 years. Its official growth target was 7.5%, and it marks the first time China has missed its target for 15 years. Despite the 24 year low, 7.4% is ...
 Fresh Business Thinking6 days ago
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China\\\\\\'s growth slows to weakest in 24 yrs

:00:07 A A- A+ China's growth slows to weakest in 24 yrs China's economic growth slowed to its weakest in 24 years, expanding 7.4pc last year from 7.7pc in 2013. Growth in the world's 2nd largest economy missed its official annual growth ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh6 days ago China's growth slows to 7.4% in 2014  Social Dashboard6 days ago

What Rajan Wants to See in Modi Budget to Keep India Cuts Coming

(Bloomberg) -- After months of holding India's interest rates as inflation eased in line with a slump in global oil prices, central bank chief Raghuram Rajan finally cut yesterday in an unscheduled meeting. It marked Rajan's first reduction since ...
 La Repubblica1 week ago What Rajan Wants From Modi to Keep Cutting India's Rates  BusinessWeek1 week ago

How Europe's Woes Hurt Asian Exporters

By Rachel Rosenthal As China's growth engine cools, Asian exporters were hoping demand in the West would help pick up the slack. But fresh concerns about Europe's economic weakness and a faltering euro now trading at a nine-year lowcould dash ...
 iMarketReports1 week ago

Housing set for rocky road

The downgrading has "nothing to do with local political events" but reflects broader challenges from a weaker global economy, said Frederic Neumann, the bank's co-head of Asia Economic Research, pointing to slower economic growth in China. Higher ...
 Hong Kong Standard1 week ago

HSBC sees US raising interest rate in Sept

15/01/2015 14:49 ...
 InfocastFN.com1 week ago
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