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  1. 101. opinion | 17 Feb 2015

    Currency war poses threat to the global economy


    Newspaper section: News

    » Six and a half years after the global financial crisis, central banks in emerging and developed economies alike are continuing to pursue unprecedentedly activist — and unpredictable — monetary policy. How much road remai...

  2. 102. news | 16 Feb 2015

    Bundesbank may raise German 2015 growth forecast

    By AFP

    » FRANKFURT - Germany's central bank hailed Monday the robustness of the country's economy at the end of last year and suggested it could upgrade its growth forecast for this year.

  3. 103. business | 14 Feb 2015

    Gold is back, at least for Valentine’s Day romance

    By Bloomberg News

    » NEW YORK/CHICAGO — Investors may have fallen out of love with gold, but romantics bolstered by a better economy are pushing US jewellery sales for Valentine’s Day to the highest in at least five years.

  4. 104. news | 13 Feb 2015

    Eurozone economy grows as cheap oil takes hold

    By AFP

    » BRUSSELS - Economic activity in the eurozone picked up slightly in fourth quarter, official EU data showed Friday, in a sign that the benefits of cheap oil and stimulus by the European Central Bank are taking effect.

  5. 105. news | 13 Feb 2015

    German growth surges on higher consumer spending

    By AFP

    » The German economy, Europe's biggest, expanded surprisingly strongly in the fourth quarter of 2014, driven primarily by robust consumer spending, official data showed on Friday.

  6. 106. business | 13 Feb 2015

    Malaysian growth engine gains speed

    Newspaper section: Business

    » Kuala Lumpur - Amid a sliding currency and a flirtation with default by its state investment company, Malaysia got some good news yesterday its economy unexpectedly accelerated last quarter.

  7. 107. news | 12 Feb 2015

    Govt: Welcome 'rude' Chinese visitors

    By Patsara Jikkham

    » People should welcome Chinese visitors even if their manners are deemed to be rude, because tourism is good for the economy, deputy government spokesman Sansern Kaewkamnerd said on Thursday.

  8. 108. news | 12 Feb 2015

    Digital lawmaker defends bills amid concerns over privacy

    cyber laws

    By Manop Thip-Osod, Newspaper section: News

    » The architect of the government's 10 controversial "digital economy" bills defended the proposed policies at a media seminar yesterday, arguing the laws are necessary to drive economic growth.

  9. 109. opinion | 12 Feb 2015

    Cheap oil offers chance to change


    Newspaper section: News

    » The recent decline in oil prices is likely to have a major, largely positive impact on the global economy — even greater than most observers seem to recognise. Indeed, if governments take advantage of lower oil prices to...

  10. 110. news | 10 Feb 2015

    India PM's party crushed in Delhi polls

    By Bloomberg News

    » NEW DELHI — Prime Minister Narendra Modi conceded an overwhelming defeat in a local election in India’s capital, his first setback at the polls since taking charge of Asia’s third-biggest economy last year.

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