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Reuters poll: Australian economy stuck in sub-par growth, but to dodge recession
Australia may be destined for another two years of sub-par economic growth as debt-laden households keep their wallets shut tight, though analysts are hopeful lower interest rates and tax handouts would help it dodge a recession.
China GDP growth slows to 6.2% in Q2
China's growth slowed to its weakest pace in almost three decades in the second quarter, with the US-China trade war and weakening global demand weighing on the world's number-two economy, official data showed Monday.
Little hope for a summer bounce as no-deal fears drag down UK GDP growth
One swallow doesn’t make a summer, so the old saying goes. For the warm middle months of the year, the British economy looked remarkably frosty, chilled by fears over a no-deal Brexit, until the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported a surprisingly strong month for growth in May.
UK shops suffer slowest growth on record in 12 months to June
Sales at British retailers rose at their slowest average pace on record over the past year as worries about Brexit weighed on consumers, a survey showed on Tuesday, reported Trend citing to Reuters.
Trade feud with Japan feared to hurt S. Korea's growth
Concern is growing over the effect Japan's recent imposition of targeted export curbs will have on the South Korean economy, with some analysts forecasting they will drag the GDP growth rate below two percent.
India's Modi government releases budget to get growth back up, plans structural reforms
India Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government unveiled the budget for 2019/2020 on Friday, seeking to reverse weakening growth and investment that threaten to take the shine off a recent landslide election victory.
Reuters poll: Thai central bank seen holding key rate despite flagging growth
Thailand’s central bank is expected to keep its benchmark policy rate steady on Wednesday for a fourth straight meeting, a Reuters poll showed, despite slowing growth and the way many Asian central banks have shifted toward easing policy.
UK growth tipped to slow as firms run down Brexit stockpiles
Economic growth in Britain is expected to slow to the lowest levels since the financial crisis as firms run down Brexit stockpiles, according to a leading business lobby group.
UK labor market stays resilient as wage growth accelerates
The UK labor market performed better than forecast in the three months through April, which may strengthen the hawkish comments coming from the Bank of England about interest-rate hikes.
ECB policymakers open to cut rates if growth weakens
European Central Bank policymakers are open to cutting the ECB’s policy rate again if economic growth weakens in the remainder of the year and a strong euro hurts a bloc already bearing the brunt of a global trade war, two sources said.
G-20 finance chiefs mull ‘fair tax’ reforms to boost growth
Finance chiefs of the Group of 20 major economies meeting in the Japanese city of Fukuoka debated Saturday over how to revise tax systems to ensure big companies pay their fair share and support economies as global growth slows.
Bank of England's Ramsden sees weak growth in mid-2019
Britain’s economy is likely to see slow growth through the middle of this year before picking up towards the end of 2019, Bank of England (BoE) Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden said in an interview published on Saturday.
UK house price growth cools unexpectedly in May
British house price growth cooled unexpectedly in May to its slowest rate in three months, mortgage lender Nationwide said on Friday, countering other signs the housing market may be past the worst of its pre-Brexit slowdown.
'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.
Malaysia's Q1 GDP growth seen cooling on weak demand, exports
Malaysia’s economic growth pace likely slowed in the first quarter, due to tepid consumption and softer global demand as a result of the US-China trade war, a Reuters poll showed

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