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Growth in GCC to slow moderately this year

POLL-Indian economic growth forecasts pegged back, despite rat...

* For poll data: reuters://realtime/verb=Open/url=cpurl://apps.cp./Apps/econ-polls * India GDP seen growing 6.2 pct in FY15/16, below Octber forecast of 6.4 pct * Growth of 5.5 pct seen in FY 14/15, unchanged from October forecast * ... CNBC, 2 days ago
Growth in GCC to slow moderately this year Emirates247, 2 days ago
Global Times

Growth rises by 7.4 percent in 2014

Figure slightly below the government target, but GDP exceeds $10 trillion for first time   China's economy grew by 7.4 percent in 2014, in line with market expectations and registering the weakest expansion in 24 years, the National Bureau of ...
 China Securities Journal Net3 days ago Shanghai Growth Lags China's National Average  iMarketReports8 hours ago China's 7.4% growth last year falls short of target  Asiaone2 days ago 『 China power demand tipped modestly higher in 2015 as GDP posts slowest growth in 24 years 』  ECF4 days ago
Business Standard

2015 growth could slump to 5.4%

THEPhilippines could miss its target of growing gross domestic product (GDP) by 7 percent to 8 percent in 2015—and could even see growth slowing to 5.4 percent—especially if the government would not increase its spending and the output of the ...
 Business Mirror3 days ago 2015 growth goal easier to achieve  Business Mirror2 hours ago Output cut at Kumtor gold mine slows Kyrgyz GDP growth in 2014  24.kg1 week ago Nifty fall not a worry, may rise 30-40% in 24 mths: StanC  Money Control1 month ago
Business Standard

S&P to revise India rating if GDP growth touches 5.5%

CHENNAI Global rating agency Standard & Poor's (S&P) has said that it could raise India's sovereign rating if the economy reverts to real per capita gross domestic product (GDP) growth of 5.5 per cent. The rating agency in its report Asia Pacific ...
 Oman Tribune13 hours ago Revising India's rating depends on economic growth: S&P  Prokerala2 days ago Revising Indias rating depends on economic growth SampP  Calcutta News.Net2 days ago
Irish Examiner

The double-digit spell comes to an end: China's GDP growth hits 24-year low

China's economy grew at its slowest pace in 24 years in 2014 as property prices cooled and companies and local governments struggled under heavy debt burdens, keeping pressure on Beijing to take aggressive steps to avoid a sharper downturn. ...
 Albawaba4 days ago Economic growth is weakest in more than two years  Korea Joongang Daily1 day ago China's 2014 GDP growth misses target, hits 24-year low  Lebanon Daily Star4 days ago What does China's 7.4% GDP growth mean for 2015?  Want China Times3 days ago
Deccan chronicle

UN forecasts stable GDP growth for Mena region in 2015

The Mena region will see net growth in 2015, despite lower oil prices, ongoing conflicts, and less robust global economic performance, according to a new report published by the United Nations. You need to be logged in to see this You need ...
 MENA Fund Manager5 days ago World Bank President Kim: Oil Price Plunge Could Boost Global Growth 20%  Moneynews2 days ago Kill graft, India will grow even faster  Asian Age1 day ago World Bank: India to be world's fastest growing big economy by 2017  Prokerala1 week ago
Business Recorder

Economy to decelerate next year: Chinese Central Bank

China's GDP growth will decelerate to 7.1 per cent next year, the central bank today said confirming the slowdown in the world's second-largest economy amid speculation that it would miss this year's official target of 7.4 per cent. According to a ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Peru central bank cuts view of 2015 growth to 4.8 pct  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago UPDATE 2-Peru central bank cuts view of 2015 growth to 4.8 pct  Reuters1 day ago Central Reserve Bank: Peru GDP estimated at 4.8% for 2015  Peru this Week1 day ago
Business Standard

China should not be judged by GDP alone: Xi Jinping

oJinping said that China should not be judged by GDP, days after country recorded last year's economic growth at 7.4 per cent, missing the official target."China should not be judged by GDP alone," Xi said while addressing the members of Politburo ...
 24Dunia21 hours ago
Business Times Singapore

S. Korea's GDP growth slows to 3.3% last year on tax shortfall

South Korea's economy expanded at a far weaker-than-expected rate of 3.3 percent last year, as exports and manufacturing industry contracted and the government was expected to see a shortfall in tax revenue. Growth especially in the fourth quarter ...
 Maekyung2 days ago South Korea GDP up 0.4 pct in last quarter, lowest in two years  Individual.com2 days ago Saudi GDP growth in Q4 lowest in over a year  MENAFN3 days ago Saudi's GDP expands 2pc  Gulf Daily News3 days ago
Seeking Alpha

Shorting China Based On GDP Growth Rate Projections Is Highly Risky

Summary China is looking at record trade surpluses in 2015, which should boost GDP growth. Many China shorts assume GDP growth moves in one direction instead of up and down. Shorting based on projections is risky, especially when there are many ...
 Seeking Alpha2 days ago Can India's GDP surpass China's? By 2032, perhaps  Business Standard2 days ago India to overtake China in GDP growth in 2016  Steel Guru4 days ago 'India to surpass China in 2016' | China's GDP weakest in 24 yrs  Economic Times5 days ago
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