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Eurozone likely dodged recession but growth to stay tepid
The eurozone economy has avoided a recession, according to a Reuters poll of economists who were reasonably confident of that outcome, but their growth and inflation outlook remains very modest for the coming years.
Germany teeters on recession, but it’s not all bad news
Germany’s recent glimmer of hope after a year of industrial doldrums risks coming too late to prevent wider weakness from taking hold.
Singapore’s economy dodges technical recession after growing 0.6% in the third quarter
Singapore’s economy — often seen as a bellwether for global growth — avoided a technical recession after growing by 0.6 percent in the third quarter, compared to the previous three months.
Recession looms for Britain
GDP figures for the second quarter showed the UK economy going into reverse as some of the stock building that took place in the first quarter unwound and investment continued to fall. Exports also fell back, though this was offset by an even sharper drop in imports.
What profits at Canada's big banks are saying about the odds of a recession
If a recession is headed our way, the canaries in the economic coal mine that are most likely to sing its arrival will be Canada's big banks.
Export slump pushes German economy to brink of recession
A collapse in exports pushed Europe’s largest economy to the brink of recession in the second quarter.
US stocks tumble on recession fears
Wall Street stocks were back in sell-off mode early Wednesday as weak economic data from China and Germany and a key US Treasury benchmark exacerbated global recession fears.
Singapore slashes 2019 growth forecast stoking recession fears
Singapore slashed its full-year economic growth forecast on Tuesday as global conditions were seen worsening and data confirmed the slowest growth rate in a decade amid mounting fears of recession in the city-state.
Three of Europe's biggest economies are probably in recession — ECB is out of bullets
Europe could be about to hit a crisis, as three of its largest economies are tanking at the same time.
'Scary' German output figures propel recession fears
German industrial output fell more than expected in June, driven by weaker production of intermediate and capital goods, adding to signs that Europe’s biggest economy contracted in the second quarter as its exporters get caught in trade disputes.
German manufacturing recession deepens, weakest showing in seven years: PMI
A recession in Germany’s manufacturing sector worsened in July with the performance of goods producers dropping to the lowest level in seven years, a survey showed on Wednesday, suggesting a deteriorating growth outlook for Europe’s largest economy.
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.
Eurozone factory jobs might be only thing stopping a recession
The eurozone’s continued demand for factory jobs is a mystery that may be the only thing staving off a recession right now.
Singapore's decade-low growth triggers recession warning
Singapore’s economy grew at its slowest annual pace in a decade in the second quarter, preliminary data showed on Friday, raising doubts about a technical recession and monetary policy easing could be just around the corner.

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