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Palm oil watchdog to wield stick to get consumer goods giants to go green
A palm oil industry watchdog will adopt rules next month that will impose fines on consumer goods companies like Unilever and Nestle if they don’t start buying more green palm oil to help curb deforestation in Southeast Asia, the regulating body said.
Investors look for consumer pressure ahead of next tariffs
As President Donald Trump prepares to slap new tariffs on Chinese imports, investors are bracing for signs of pressure on US consumers as top retailers begin reporting quarterly results next week and key consumer sentiment and retail sales data is released.
British consumer keeps UK plc afloat as key sectors start to sink
The British consumer is holding up the country’s economic performance but key sectors are showing signs of strain as Boris Johnson threatens to take the UK out of the EU without a deal, according to a Guardian analysis.
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.
China consumer prices jump, credit slows on New Year Shutdown
China’s consumer inflation surged to the fastest in more than four years and credit growth slowed, as millions traveled home to feast with family and friends for the Lunar New Year holiday.
China’s consumer debt crackdown hits cash loan providers
Executives from Chinese companies specializing in offering consumers small, easy-to-get loans became something of a fixture on Wall Street this year.
Consumer confidence spurs Wall Street
Wall Street has ended higher, with the Nasdaq at a new record following strong US economic data.
Japan's consumer prices seen rising for seventh straight month
Japan's core consumer prices were expected to show their seventh straight month of annual increases in July, a Reuters poll found, offering the central bank some hope a strengthening economic recovery will gradually lift inflation toward its 2 percent target.
UK Lenders told to be vigilant over loans
Lenders have been told to raise their game after regulators highlighted the risks in the consumer credit market.
India has no plans to allow extra sugar imports: food minister
India, the world's biggest sugar consumer, has no plans to allow extra imports of the sweetener as stocks held in mills will suffice, Food Minister Ram Vilas Paswan said on Thursday.
German consumer confidence slips
German consumer confidence slipped for a fourth month in a row in November as shoppers worried about the impact of a record influx of asylum seekers, a survey has found.
US consumer spending weakest since 2009
"The latest official figures show the US consumer spending in December hit the lowest level since 2009" presstv. reported.
Iran among world’s six top gold clients
Iranians buy about 400 metric tons of gold annually, Behrouz Borna, the deputy head of Geological Survey of Iran, said.
Argentina prices up in July
Argentine consumer prices rose 1.4 percent on the month in July as the cost of everything from drinks and entertainment to school tuition and home appliances edged higher.

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