By Ferdinando Giugliano*
Don't blame ECB for negative rates
Growth in Germany’s services sector stayed weak in November, a survey showed on Wednesday, with persistent labor shortages pushing up wages as companies continued to add staff despite a drop in new orders.
German services sector growth stays anemic: PMI
Wall Street’s poor start to December has some investors bracing for a choppy end-of-year as fears about the US-China trade war resurface.
Trade fears threaten Wall Street's end of decade
For the first time, the Asia-Pacific region has become the largest destination and source of foreign direct investment (FDI) globally, according to a new report launched by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP).
Asia-Pacific becomes largest destination and source of foreign direct investment
Tehran will host Iran-Turkey joint economic commission meeting in the ICT field, Iran's Minister of Information and Communications Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said on the sidelines of the inaugural ceremony of the 25th Bakutel International Exhibition held on December 3.
Iran to host joint economic commission with Turkey
Iran exported over 400,000 tons of agricultural products worth over $300 million to the Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) market during the year to March 20, a senior government official said.
Iran’s annual sales of agro products to EEU nations top $300m
Ministry of Agricultural Jihad boosted rural women cooperatives as part of its efforts to achieve national strategic goals, Iran’s Deputy Minister of Agricultural Jihad Hossein Shirzad said.
Iran boosts rural women cooperatives as part of strategic goals
Nearly $1.4 billion worth of assets owned by 18 Iranian banks are being sold off as the banking system goes through a massive restructuring program aimed at optimizing the nation’s financial institutions.
Iranian banks selling $1.4b in assets amid overhaul: Report
Load and unload activities for petrochemical cargoes at Iranian ports have soared by almost a third in one month, despite sanctions imposed by the United States, meant to disrupt the country's trade of crude oil and related products.
Iran logs surge in loading, unloading of petchem cargoes
The UK’s six richest people control as much wealth as the poorest 13 million, according to research into the gaping inequality in British society.
UK's six richest people control as much wealth as poorest 13m: Study

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