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In India, all eyes on monsoon being critical for economy
India’s monsoon has progressed more slowly than usual after hitting the southern state of Kerala nearly a week late. Monsoon rains have been 44 percent lower-than-average so far in June, delaying the sowing of summer-sown crops and raising concerns that parts of the country could face a worsening drought.
Survey: Australian consumers fret on economy, more upbeat on housing
A measure of Australian consumer confidence dipped in June as a run of disappointing data on the economy overshadowed a cut in interest rates and a hint of stability in falling house prices.
UK economy shrinks by 0.4 percent amid Brexit uncertainty
Britain’s planned withdrawal from the European Union, known as Brexit, is continuing to inflict losses on the economy as official estimates suggest the country lost nearly half a percent of its wealth in April.
Iraqi Kurdistan calls for more economic ties with Iran
The Importer and Exporter Union of Iraq’s northern region of Kurdistan called for wider economic relations with Iranian traders, and asked for an office of Sanandaj Chamber of Commerce to be opened in Erbil, the central city of the Iraqi region.
G-20: Deepening trade tensions pose threat to world economy
After days of wrangling over the wording of a communique, finance chiefs from the world’s largest economies have warned that escalating trade and geopolitical tensions pose the biggest risk to global growth.
Turkey exits recession as economy starts long road to recovery
Turkey exited its first recession in a decade on the back of increased lending by state banks even as economic momentum is beginning to flag again.
Economy in focus as India PM Modi starts second term without key aide
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take his oath of office on Thursday along with his ministers, though he suffered a setback at the start of his second term when key aide and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley opted out of the next government.
EU reports further deterioration in Turkey’s rights, economy
The European Commission says Turkey’s EU membership bid is slipping further away and talks on the issue will remain frozen due to the country’s human rights record and its economic policy.
China's industrial profits shrank in April, add to pressure on economy
Profits for China’s industrial firms shrank in April as slowing manufacturing activity halted the previous month’s surge, putting more pressure on policymakers to step up support for an economy hit by a bitter trade war with the US.
What's gone wrong with Brazil's economy?
By Daniel Gallas & Daniele Palumbo
'First ray of hope' as German economy returns to growth
The German economy returned to growth in the first quarter as householders spent more freely and construction activity picked up, but the government cautioned that the outlook remained clouded by trade disputes.
World economy beset by trade war gets data insight
The trade war between the US and China continues to loom large over the world economy.
Reuters poll: Japan's economy likely shrank in Q1 on weak domestic demand, exports
Japan’s economy likely contracted slightly in the first quarter as corporate and consumer spending weakened, a Reuters poll showed on Friday.

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