ECONOMY OF CHINA
EMs may need more boost than surprise China output recoup
A Bloomberg Barclays index of local-currency bonds fell for a fourth straight week.
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By 2020 the share of Asian economies in the world GDP in terms of purchasing power parity will exceed 50%.
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Signs of progress in the US -China trade dispute is adding to confidence.
Australia shares close higher on Trump's remarks on trade talks; NZ up
The S&P/ASX 200 index firmed 1.2 per cent to 6,683.00 at the close of trade.
Vladimir Putin, Xi Jinping launch 'historic' Russian gas pipeline to China
Presiding by video link-up over an elaborate televised ceremony, Russian leader Vladimir Putin and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping hailed the "Power of Siberia" pipeline as a symbol of cooperation. "Today is remarkable, a truly historic event not only for the global energy market, but first of all for us and for you, for Russia and China," Putin said.
Fund manager sticks to quality stocks as economy slows
For market breadth to improve, economic growth outlook needs to improve.
View: Rupee set to trade in 71.50-72.20 range
This week the focus will be on GDP and fiscal deficit numbers.
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.
Gold steadies on doubts over progress in US-China trade talks
US gold futures were down 0.1 per cent at $1,455.40.
Gold slips on firm dollar, positive China factory data
US gold futures fell 0.7 per cent to $1,463.
Oil jumps amid hopes for further Opec cuts, China factory growth
West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures rose 75 cents, or 1.4 per cent, to $55.92 a barrel.
China plans new coal plants, trims support for clean energy
But as China's economy slows to the lowest level in a quarter century - around 6% growth, according to government statistics - policymakers are doubling down on support for coal and other heavy industries, the traditional backbones of China's energy system and economy.
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