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A recent Reuters poll reveals that the coronavirus outbreak is expected to slow down China's quarterly economic growth to the weakest pace Full Article

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Fed chairman Powell continued to maintain confidence about the outlook for the US economy, expressing hope that low unemployment, and an Full Article

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Recent research by the New York Fed reveals that household debt among US consumers has soared by over $600 billion during 2019, the highest Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll expresses caution about a recovery in global economic growth this year, despite the optimism surrounding the US-China Full Article

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A recent Reuters poll indicates that the phase one trade deal between the US and China is expected to show no significant impact on US Full Article

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The International Labor Organization (ILO) feels that global unemployment rate has bottomed out, after declining over the past nine years Full Article

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A recent survey by PwC reveals that over half of worldwide CEOs anticipate the global economic growth to slowdown in 2020, revealing a high Full Article

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The UN has cautioned that continued trade tensions between the US and China or any rise in geopolitical tensions could stall economic Full Article

1 month

A recent survey the Federal Reserve reveals that the US economy managed to grow at a moderate rate during the last weeks of 2019 even as Full Article

1 month

Despite the upcoming phase one trade deal between the US and China, the World Bank estimates slower recovery in global economic growth in Full Article

1 month

Cutting RRR lets banks free up more cash for use in the financial system, and is seen as a way to improve China's GDP which has slowed to Full Article

2 Mo.

2020's budget, which aims to maintain fiscal deficit at 2.2% of GDP for the third straight year, has now received approval from both houses Full Article

2 Mo.

The US dollar continues to trade strong and steady well into the last few days of this year, supported by recent positive economic data Full Article

2 Mo.

Recent Reuters polls reveal that economic growth is likely to remain subdued next year in leading economies around the world. Despite the Full Article

2 Mo.

The Thomson Reuters/INSEAD Asian Business Sentiment Index soared 13 points higher to 71 in Q4 2019, the highest levels seen in 18 months. Full Article

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