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HSBC Raises China GDP Growth Forecast
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China stocks rise on growth hopes

after HSBC upgraded GDP forecast and hopes the government will do more to shore up economic growth. The benchmark Shanghai Composite advanced 21 points, or 1.02%, to 2075.48. Trading turnover increased to 98.70 billion yuan from yesterday's 75.70 ... Business Standard India, 23 hours ago
HSBC raises China GDP growth forecast Xinhua News Agency, 2 days ago
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China's debt soars to 250% of GDP

China's debt has soared by two and a half times, showing the struggles it faces in balancing growth in
 Wall Street Business Network1 day ago China's debt stands at over 250% of GDP, says report  CHINAdaily1 day ago China's debt to GDP ratio breaks 250% of GDP  Austin American Statesman1 day ago China's Debt, At 250% Of GDP And Rising, Flashes Warning Signs  International Business Times17 hours ago
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US GDP Weaker In 2nd Quarter 2014

US GDP fell 2.9% in Q-1 of Y2014, 30 June marked the end of Q-2, and news from the Chicago FedBank that growth around the country says GDP came in weaker in the month of June. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index (CFNAI) edged down to +0.12 in ...
 Live Trading News1 day ago Growth stabilizes, reform sees progress  China.org.cn5 hours ago Li stresses quality growth, innovation  Xinhua News Agency1 day ago Shanghai GDP expands 7.2% in second quarter  GCTL8.com1 day ago
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Economic Survey pegs GDP growth at 5.4-5.9%

The Economic Survey 2013-14, which was tabled on Wednesday in the Lok Sabha, has pegged GDP growth for the year 2014-15 in the range of 5.4-5.9 per cent. There are downside risks to the economy arising from a poor monsoon, the external environment ...
 IndiaVision23 hours ago Eco Survey: FY15 GDP growth seen at 5.4-5.9% | Live updates  Economic Times2 weeks ago Economic survey estimates FY15 GDP growth at 5.4-5.9%  Business Standard2 weeks ago Economic Survey 2014: FY15 GDP growth seen at 5.4-5.9%  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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How GDP Became the Standard Measure of Economic Growth

Measurement theory shows that strong assumptions are required for certain statistics to provide meaningful information about reality. Measurement theory encourages people to think about the meaning of their data. It encourages critical assessment of ...
 Equities.com15 hours ago GDP Economic Statistic : A Brief But Affectionate History  Market Oracle1 day ago 5 measures in the budget that will take GDP growth rate to 7-8%  Economic Times1 week ago Experts' take: 5 measures in the budget that will take GDP growth rate to 7-8%  Economic Times1 week ago
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GDP growth to be 40 bps lower than estimate 5.3% in FY15: Kotak

The monsoon has not augured well till date though the recent upswing in precipitation has raised some hopes. July is the most important month of the season and we believe that clarity will evolve by early August. ''For now, we maintain our GDP ...
 MyIris1 hour ago

South Korean won, stocks end flat; markets await GDP, economy measures

SEOUL: The edged up slightly for a third day of gains on Wednesday but investors were cautious ahead of second-quarter growth estimates and new government measures to boost the economy to be announced on Thursday. The won was quoted at 1,023.7 at ...
 Economic Times5 hours ago S.Korean won, stocks end flat; markets await GDP, economy measures  Sharenet5 hours ago
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Japan cuts 2014 growth outlook

Japan's Cabinet Office announced on Tuesday it was expecting gross domestic product (GDP) to expand by 1.2 percent this year, down from a previous forecast of 1.4 percent in March. A week ago, the Bank of Japan already lowered its outlook to 1.0 ...
 Deutsche Welle1 day ago Japan Cuts GDP Forecast  RTTNews.com1 day ago Japan Cabinet Office Estimates real GDP growth at 1.2% in FY 2014/15  Forex TV1 day ago Japan govt downgrades growth expectations for 2014  TeleTrader.com1 day ago
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GDP growth at 5.5% in Q1 of current FY expected: SBI

NEW DELHI: An 'incipient recovery' is round the corner for the Indian economy and it is expected to clock a GDP growth rate of 5.5 per cent in the first quarter of the current fiscal amid signs of improved sentiment on consumer spending and the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Incipient recovery on anvil for economy, GDP growth at 5.5% in Q1 of current FY expected: SBI  Economic Times1 day ago Incipient recovery on anvil for India: SBI  Business Standard1 day ago Incipient recovery on the anvil for India: SBI  Deccan Herald12 hours ago

Low per-capita GDP country's weakness

Details Category: Top News 19 Jul 2014 Written by Bianca Cuaresma THE country's economic structure and growth was cited as its most fundamental weakness owing its low per-capita gross domestic product (GDP), an international credit ...
 Business Mirror3 days ago RBI suggests counter-cyclical buffer be linked to credit-GDP gap  Economic Times1 day ago RBI:Credit-to-GDP gap alone won't cover countercyclical buffer  Business Standard India1 day ago
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