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Fitch: inflationary pressures will slow global economic growth this year

The global economy is likely to grow at a much slower-than-expected pace this year due to the demand-driven effects of intensifying global inflationary pressures and renewed Chinese restrictions on coronavirus,...

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FAO: World food prices fell in May for the second month in a row

For the second month in a row, global food prices fell in May, mainly due to lower prices for vegetable oils and dairy products. According to data released by the...

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Inflation has accelerated in OECD countries

In the countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), consumer prices rose by an average of 9.2 percent year-on-year in April from 8.8 percent a month earlier....

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GDP growth in OECD countries slowed in the first quarter

The gross domestic product (GDP) of the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) grew by 0.1 percent in the first quarter, compared with the previous...

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Unemployment in OECD countries fell to 5.1 percent in March

In the 37 member states of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), unemployment fell to an average of 5.1 percent in March from 5.2 percent a month earlier....

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Russian-Chinese trade grew by nearly 26 percent in the first quarter of the year

Trade between Russia and China rose 25.9 percent to 51.09 billion USD in January-April from the same period of last year, the Russian news agency TASS reported on referring to...

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Smartphone shipments fell 8.9 percent in the first quarter globally

Globally, global shipments of smartphones fell 8.9 percent to 314.1 million in the first quarter of this year. The indicator is already declining for the third quarter. Nabilah Popal, director...

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Extreme rainfall and more wet days will hamper global economy, study says

Climate affects the “economic growth story” and requires a response at the local, regional and international level, a climate scientist has told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Europe”. Anders Levermann, who is...

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Central Europe would also be trapped if Russia were completely isolated from the world

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FAO: world food prices fell 0.8 percent in April

World food prices fell slightly in April, mainly due to the drastic fall in vegetable oil prices and a slight fall in cereal prices. The April price index was 158.5...

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Inflation is at a 34-year high in the OECD

In the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), consumer prices rose by an average of 8.8 percent in March after an increase of 7.8 percent...

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China is making the world more expensive

Russia’s war in Ukraine has taken a shocking toll on the region. It has also contributed to a global food crisis, as Russia is blocking vital fertilizer exports needed by...

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World Bank food prices will rise 23 percent this year

As a result of the shock caused by the Russian war against Ukraine, global energy and food prices will rise sharply this year, according to the World Bank’s quarterly commodity...

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China’s industrial growth slows in March

China’s industrial growth slowed in March and retail sales shrank due to the economic crippling effects of the closures caused by a new coronavirus pandemic in several cities of the...

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FT-Brookings: the war in Ukraine and stagflation threaten global economic recovery

The global economy is facing a double risk of slowing growth and concomitant high inflation, or stagflation, this year, while the global recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will be further...

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The WTO has lowered its global trade and economic growth forecast

It has lowered its forecasts for global economic turnover and global gross domestic product growth, compared to its previous October forecast in a World Trade Organization (WTO) report released on...

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FAO: Record high world food prices

The FAO food price index rose a further 12.6 percent to 159.3 points in March from a 141.4-point high in February, the Paris-based World Food and Agriculture Organization said on...

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In the OECD, inflation was at a 31-year high in February

In the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the annual increase in consumer prices was 7.7 percent in February after 7.2 percent in January. Inflation...

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Fed prepares for aggressive monetary tightening

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(HU) A feje tetejére állt a világgazdaság

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Global smartphone sales grew 6 percent last year

After a sharp decline of two years ago, smartphone sales rose worldwide last year, according to market research firm Gartner. The five market leaders further increased their market share to...

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Fitch’s growth prospects in the global economy have deteriorated significantly

The growth outlook for the global economy this year has deteriorated significantly due to renewed inflation and the war in Ukraine, which has exacerbated inflationary pressures, Fitch Ratings said in...

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OECD: the crisis could take more than 1 percentage point of the global economy’s growth this year

The war in Ukraine could take more than a percentage point of the world’s economic growth this year and drop inflation by two and a percentage point. In its first...

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Coface: Economy under double press: Russian-Ukrainian crisis could lead to stagflation

The escalation of the conflict in Ukraine and the invasion of the latter by the Russian military on 24 February has triggered turmoil in the financial markets, and drastically increased...

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In January, inflation in the OECD peaked at a nearly 31-year high

In the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the annual increase in consumer prices was 7.2 percent in January after 6.6 percent in December. The...

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Russia-Ukraine war in March greatly deteriorated investor sentiment in the euro area

Investor sentiment in the eurozone fell much weaker than analysts expected in March, according to a survey by the Sentix Economic Research Institute in Frankfurt, mainly due to the Russian...

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China sets economic growth of around 5.5% by 2022

China has set an economic growth goal of around 5.5 percent by 2022, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Saturday at the opening of the annual session of the National...

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U.S. economic growth accelerated in February

Private sector growth in the U.S. economy accelerated more than expected in February, according to a survey by London-based financial and economic data provider IHS Markit, whose preliminary data was...

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Diageo Enters Deal to Repurchase Up to GBP1.7B of Shares

Diageo PLC said Monday that it has started a share buyback for up to 1.7 billion pounds ($2.31 billion) as part of its return of capital program. The U.K. alcohol-beverage...

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European Stock Futures Higher on Ukraine Summit Hopes

European stock markets are expected to open cautiously higher Monday, helped by fresh hopes for a diplomatic solution to the tense situation on the Ukraine border. At 2 AM ET...

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