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Sep 26, 2016 at 18:12 | Source: PTI
"China is going through a big political revolution. And I think the economy is slowing down much more than the official figures show," Rogoff told BBC, raising concerns over Chinese economy's continued slowdown.
Sep 09, 2016 at 08:14 | Source: PTI
Hong Kong, Sep 8 (AFP) Asian markets mostly fell todayfollowing a recent run of gains but Hong Kong and Shanghaitraders cheered data showing Chinese imports rose in Augustfor the first time in almost two years.Regional shares have enjoyed a strong run since the startof the month, fuelled by optimism about the state of the USeconomy and the prospects of borrowing costs being kept atultra-low levels until at least December.But the rally petered out today as investors put theirfoot on the brake.Tokyo was down 0.8 per cent in the afternoon but thestandout performer was Nintendo, which soared on news it haddeveloped an exclusive Super Mario game for Apple.Sydney lost one per cent and Seoul shed 0.2 per cent.Singapore, Wellington and Bangkok also suffered sharp losses."Volatility, or the lack thereof, is still the key driverin financial markets," Chris Weston, chief markets strategistin Melbourne at IG Ltd, said in an email, according toBloomberg News."The Fed are not going to raise rates this year if theytruly are data dependent and if they hike in December it wouldbe an admittance that they are more dictated by a calendar-based guidance."But Hong Kong was up 0.4 per cent by the break whileShanghai pared almost all its early losses to end the morningflat following the Chinese figures.China's customs department said August imports rose 1.5per cent on-year, the first increase in 22 months, whileexports fell less than expected thanks to weakness in thecountry's yuan currency.The figures marked a sharp turnaround from July and willraise hopes the world's number two economy and key driver ofglobal growth is stabilising after years of slowing growth.The economy grew last year at its slowest pace in a quarter ofa century.In Tokyo gaming giant Nintendo soared 18 per cent at onepoint after it announced with Apple that "Super Mario Run"would be available on the App Store this year. It ended themorning up 13.2 per cent.The news came after the global success of mobile gamePokemon Go, based other Nintendo characters, which has nowbeen downloaded about half a billion times.However, Japanese investors were left unimpressed byfigures showing the economy grew just 0.7 per cent on anannualised basis in April-June, well down from the 2.1 percent seen in the previous three months..
Sep 03, 2016 at 14:37 | Source: Reuters
In the absence of "breakthrough, collective" policies, global growth is likely to remain weak, Gurria said in an interview with Reuters ahead of a meeting of leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies, the G20, in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.
Sep 03, 2016 at 13:49 | Source: Reuters
On the eve of the Group of 20 summit, roads and malls around the main venue in the centre of Hangzhou, usually a bustling city of 9 million, were largely deserted, with just a smattering of cars and people around while shops were shut and locked.
Sep 01, 2016 at 09:54 | Source: PTI
It is estimated that pressure will still remain in economic development in the second half of 2016 in the world's second largest economy, Xu Shaoshi, chairman of the National Development and Reform Commission, the planning body of the country, told lawmakers here.
Aug 30, 2016 at 18:30 | Source: PTI
All of China's "Big Four" state-owned banks reported mounting bad loans in the first half of the year, statements showed, as the world's second-largest economy faces souring debt amid slowing growth.
Aug 16, 2016 at 13:55 | Source: Reuters
Dollar debt issued by firms from riskier and less developed countries has been among the year's best performing assets, yielding more than 11 percent, according to JPMorgan's emerging market (EM) corporate debt index, the CEMBI Broad.
Aug 15, 2016 at 18:32 | Source: PTI
The high-profile meeting of the world's 20 biggest economies in the Chinese city of Hangzhou from September 4 to 5 will be attended by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, US President Barack Obama and other world leaders.
Aug 05, 2016 at 13:48 | Source: PTI
"China is more likely to see this reform, which aims to make India a better destination for investment, as an opportunity rather than a threat," it said, adding that China will be happy to see the reforms go through and will be willing to work with India to make it a reality.
Aug 01, 2016 at 10:25 | Source: CNBC
Didi, China's largest ride-hailing app, has been locked in a fierce battle with Uber for dominance in the world's second-largest economy. It counts technology giant Apple as a shareholder.
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POSITIVE ALERT FOR BANKNIFTY: Last month, in a global survey, top ten banks in the world on terms of Return on Equity were dominated by 4 indian banks and the balance 6 chinese banks. however, due to slowdown in chinese economy, top four chinese banks retrenched 22000 jobs this week and expressed

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And also the sales are a function of some many global factors like Chinese economy, cross currency rates and the ever stringent laws on emission and safety across the world which inevitably lead to more recalls.

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will Benefit Rain Going Ahead. For the Upside, Closes ABOVE 47.05 Will see Moves towards the #50 Handle, & Good Supports should be seen in the 42.30 on the Downside. Muted Trends in the IT Sector may effect Nifty which may see Mid-Caps Move in a Narrow Range. Dear Manish, The chinese Economy Also in Slow

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Source:Financial Express - On the surface, the Chinese economy�s resilience has been impressive�the first to recover � Once again, China has defied the naysayers. Economic growth picked up in the final quarter of 2012 to 7.9%�half a percentage point faster than the 7.4% increase in GDP

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"January`s PMI does raise some red flags about the state of the economy," Alistair Thornton, an economist at IHS Global Insight in Beijing, said in reference to the Chinese economy. "Things look a little shaky."

12.11 PM Feb 1st 2013

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"Certainly 2013 has started with an air of optimism. U.S. politicians show some willingness to deal with problems, no fresh issues have emerged in Europe and the Chinese economy is exhibiting firmer growth. Volatility has receded with investors keen to put cash to work in other asset classes,"

10.26 AM Jan 31st 2013

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The Chinese economy has shown signs of recovery with increase in export data this month, the new Japanese Govt has boosted the confidence by a slew of measures to stem the rot, Greece` parliament has passed new austerity measures and has been handed out the bail package, US has also postponed

1.56 PM Jan 22nd 2013

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Chinese economy shackled by 1) workforce, 2) income disparity

9.25 PM Jan 19th 2013

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Cheap labour is one of the major component that fired Chinese economy to become 2nd largest

9.22 PM Jan 19th 2013

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Source:Business Today - Chinese economy grew at its slowest pace in 13 years posting 7.8 per cent year-on-year growth in 2012 amid external jitters and domestic woes.Data released by the National Bureau of Statistics showed that the growth rate, the weakest expansion in 13 years, was down from 9

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