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Expert: Gold could hit $1,400 by end of 2019
Gold is poised to move higher later this year, powered by the Federal Reserve’s less aggressive stance on interest rates and lingering global uncertainties, a precious metals expert said on Tuesday.
Government source: Germany to halve 2019 growth forecast
The German government is set to halve its 2019 growth forecast for Europe’s biggest economy, a government source told Reuters on Friday, reflecting a worsening slowdown linked to a recession in the manufacturing sector.
HSBC predicts China’s 2019 GDP will soar past others’ estimates
China’s stimulus-boosted private sector is on track to lead the economy to a ‘self-sustained recovery’ that could see growth hit 6.6 percent this year, according to HSBC (Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation).
Big rise in atmospheric CO2 expected in 2019
Researchers at Met Office, the UK's national weather service, expect to record one of the biggest rises in atmospheric concentrations of CO2 in 2019.
Sri Lanka targets $5b in revenue from tourism in 2019
Sri Lanka's tourism industry is aiming to earn $5 billion in 2019 as the industry gears to attract over three million tourists this year, the Sri Lanka's Tourism Development Authority said in a statement on Monday.
Sources: China to set lower GDP growth target of 6-6.5% in 2019
China plans to set a lower economic growth target of 6-6.5 percent in 2019 compared with last year’s target of ‘around’ 6.5 percent, policy sources told Reuters, as Beijing gears up to cope with higher US tariffs and weakening domestic demand.
Indonesia to double disaster relief budget in 2019 after year of tragedies
Indonesia will more than double its disaster response budget to 15 trillion rupiah ($1.06 billion) in 2019, officials said on Tuesday, after a series of major natural disasters devastated three regions of the vast archipelago last year.
Deal-making in global health-care sector set to rebound in 2019, law firm says
Deal-making activity in the rapidly growing health-care sector is expected to rebound in 2019, a law firm said in a report Monday, but heavier regulation and political uncertainty cloud the future of mergers and acquisitions.
Germany: 2019 status and role
By Hossein Ziaee*
All risks besieging Europe bonds spilling over into 2019
For the European bond investors who survived a bruising 2018, there may be bad news in the year ahead.
UK CEOs make more in first three days of 2019 than worker's annual salary
The bosses of the UK’s biggest companies are facing renewed scrutiny over excessive pay deals, after new figures showed top executives earned the average worker’s annual salary within the first three working days of 2019.
2019 brings Germans greater fear of old-age poverty
More and more Germans are worried about not being able to make ends meet when they retire, a new study showed.
What's coming in smartphones in 2019?
From the launch of 5G to phones with large folding screens, more cameras and fingerprint scanners under the screens, 2019 looks set to transform the smartphone in more ways than one.
Japan cuts 2019 growth forecast on weaker capital spending
Japanese government on Tuesday cut its domestic growth forecast for fiscal 2019, citing weaker than expected capital spending amid a slowdown in the global economy.

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