ECONOMY OF CHINA
China central bank governor says will step up credit support to economy
China will step up credit support to the economy and push real lending rates lower, the central bank governor said.
What trade war? Chinese companies wow with Q3 report card
The companies mostly beat lowered market expectations as consumer spending remained...
Trump, Powell met Monday at White House to discuss economy
The Fed announced that they met “to discuss the economy, growth, employment and in...
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
The bias for the index remains negative until it decisively breaches the 11,950-12,000 zone, said analysts.
Gold prices dip on optimism over US-China trade deal
US gold futures were 0.4 per cent lower at $1,462.90.
Donald Trump says China tariffs will go 'even higher' without deal
Trump's latest tough comment came as markets are watching intensely for signs of progress in the two economic superpowers' attempt to reach a so-called "phase one" partial deal taking the heat out of a growing trade war.
The intangible costs that Delhi's dirty air carries for a slowing economy
India’s losses from air pollution increased more than four times to $560 billion between 1990 and 2013.
China calls on US to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea
During closed-door talks on the sidelines of a gathering of defence ministers in Bangkok, Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe urged US Defense Secretary Mark Esper to "stop flexing muscles in the South China Sea and to not provoke and escalate tensions in the South China Sea." His statement came a day after Esper publicly accused Beijing of coercion.
Australia's partnership with India should be 'far easier' to build than that with China: Tony Abbott
"A partnership between two democracies such as India and Australia should be far easier to build than one between Australia and a one-party communist state like China," Abbott said. He made the remarks on Monday while speaking at an event organised here by the India Foundation. The theme of the event was 'Vision For Free & Open Indo-Pacific'.
Asian shares mixed as doubts grow on elusive US-China trade deal
MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched 0.2 per cent higher.
Frequent FDA inspections slow down Indian pharma exports, says GV Prasad
GV Prasad, Chairman, CII National Committee on Pharmaceuticals said that everybody should up their game in terms of quality, systems, discipline, integrity of data. All there are important things for the industry. He added that the effect of frequent inspections of Indian pharma manufacturing plants by the FDA and measures to be taken to reduce the impact.
Fiscal stimulus needed to revive India's stuttering economy: Analysts
Analysts say it's time to loosen strings & let fiscal deficit cross targetted 3.3% until economy is back on feet.
China's economy shows further signs of weakness
The readings are the latest to give a headache to leaders in Beijing, who are battling the tariffs row with the US as well as a weak global outlook, while trying to control a debt mountain at home. Retail sales, a key gauge of spending, grew 7.2 per cent on-year last month, down 0.6 percentage points from September and short of expectations.
Oil eases amid concern over US-China trade talks dragging on
Brent crude futures were down 20 cents, or 0.32 per cent, at $62.24.
No 5 per cent slump; India continues to be fastest growing economy: Govt
Union Minister Anurag Thakur said India continues to the fastest growing economy in the world even though many countries in the world are facing economic slowdown. He also said that a number of steps are being taken by the government to strengthen the economy that includes merger of banks and tax concessions to industries.
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