Prospect of US-Iran conflict threatens Gulf economies
Observers say such a conflict might send oil prices above USD 100 a barrel but could also lead to a massive disruption of exports if Iran closes the Strait of Hormuz, a strategic waterway which serves as the main artery for Middle East oil.
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China raises estimate of economy's size following census
The National Bureau of Statistics said Friday the revision reflects more complete measures of the services sector and assets. It raises the possibility China's communist leaders will attain their target of doubling the country's GDP between 2010 and 2020.
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EMs look vulnerable to slowdown in the global economy.
Modi’s goal of a $5 trillion economy by 2025 is at risk
New measures by the government to bolster growth are seen falling short of addressing pain points.
Trade spat with Pakistan no big deal for India
Pakistan’s key stock index fell for a sixth straight day Thursday.
China hits back at Trump by weakening yuan, halting crop imports
Stocks and EM currencies sank on concerns over a prolonged conflict between the superpowers.
European shares tumble on U.S.-Iran faceoff; oil stocks near 2-month high
The pan-European STOXX 600 equity index was down 1.2 per cent by 0914 GMT.
Currency markets expose a crucial flaw in Trump's China tariffs
The yuan “floats” far less than most major currencies in global FX markets
China inflation hits highest level in 15 months
The consumer price index (CPI) -- a key gauge of retail inflation -- hit 2.7 percent, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said, compared with 2.5 percent in April and the highest since February 2018.
Stock rally may get extended if Modi wins second term decisively
Having gained 8 per cent so far, the index is forecast to add another 2.6 per cent by end-2019.
Asian markets calm as investors await US jobs report
Overnight on Wall Street, major indices gave up initial gains and closed in the red, weighed down by energy shares.
Global tightening cycle over, slower ride for growth ahead: Poll
The 2020 forecast held at 3.4 percent, the joint lowest since Reuters began polling on it.
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