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Reuters poll: Thai central bank seen holding fire after December hike
Thailand’s central bank is all but certain to hold its key interest rate steady on Wednesday after December’s tightening, pausing to support a slowing economy in the face of growing external risks.
Reuters poll: Japan's economy set to rebound on capex, consumer spending in Q4
Japan’s economy likely rebounded in the fourth quarter led by capital expenditure and consumer spending but weak exports could dampen the momentum, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.
Reuters poll: Taiwan's economy to slow in Q4 as falter
Taiwan’s economic growth probably slowed in the fourth quarter as the island’s technology exports were hit by softening global demand and fallout from the US-China trade war.
Defending champion Kipchoge to run London Marathon, facing Farah test
Kenya’s world record holder and defending champion Eliud Kipchoge will return to the London Marathon this year, setting up a mouth-watering clash with Britain’s Mo Farah.
Ronaldo lawyers to sue Der Spiegel over 'illegal' report
Lawyers for Cristiano Ronaldo said on Friday they would sue German magazine Der Spiegel after it published “blatantly illegal” accusations by an American woman who alleges she was raped by the Portuguese soccer star in 2009.
Reuters poll: Women in management at Japan firms still a rarity
Three-quarters of Japanese companies have no female senior executives and the vast majority say women account for less than 10 percent of management, a Reuters poll showed, underscoring an uphill battle for Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s ‘Womenomics’ push.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics ticket prices unveiled
The organizers of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics unveiled domestic ticket prices for the Games on Friday ranging from less than $18 up to $2,760, the top rate for a place at the opening ceremony.
Tokyo weather prompts 2020 fears
As the two-year mark approaches for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, Japan is being scorched by an intense heatwave that has prompted fears of similar extreme weather when the sporting showpiece takes place in the country.
Stunned Germany pledges to bounce back from Mexico loss
Germany’s shock World Cup opening defeat to Mexico on Sunday has left its tournament plans in disarray but coach Joachim Loew sounded confident the world champion would quickly make amends.
Zidane not in frame for France job, French soccer chief says
Zinedine Zidane will not be taking over as coach of the French national team any time soon as Didier Deschamps will remain in that job for the rest of his contract, which runs to 2020, the head of the French Football Federation (FFF) said on Friday.
Queiroz to quit Iran job after World Cup
Carlos Queiroz will not remain at the helm of the Iran national team after the conclusion of the country’s involvement in the World Cup finals in Russia, the former Real Madrid coach told Reuters on Thursday.
LeBron masterclass leaves Toronto clinging on
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James delivered a masterclass on Thursday that left the dispirited Toronto Raptors wondering if there was anything they could do to slow down the game’s greatest player.
FIFA proposes mini World Cup every two years
FIFA president Gianni Infantino has proposed staging what would effectively be a mini World Cup, featuring eight international teams, every two years in addition to the traditional competition.
Madrid's miracle men survive German siege
Real Madrid’s passage to a third consecutive Champions League final after its 2-2 draw at home to Bayern Munich was described as being akin to a miracle in the media after Los Blancos rode their luck for the third game running.
World Cup may boost Russia GDP by 150-210b rubles per year: organizing committee
The soccer World Cup could boost Russia’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 150 billion to 210 billion rubles ($2.43 billion-$3.40 billion) per year over the next five years, according to a study by the tournament’s organizing committee released on Wednesday

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