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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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German Producer Price Inflation Accelerates In January

Germany’s producer prices rose for a second month in a row and at a faster pace in January, figures from Destatis showed Friday. Producer prices increased 0.9 percent year-on-year after...

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Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development downgrades GDP growth forecast for this year

Russia’s Ministry of Economic Development has lowered its estimate of Russian GDP growth this year from 3.0 percent to 2.8 percent, Russian economic daily Vedomosti reported on Monday. According to...

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Supply Disruptions Add to Inflation, Undermine Recovery in Europe

With supply constraints likely to persist, the challenge for policymakers is to support recovery without allowing high inflation to become entrenched. When countries asked people to stay at home to...

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(HU) Varga Mihály ezt gondolja a következő évek legnagyobb gazdasági kihívásairól

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UK inflation at record high

Uk inflation accelerated to a record high in January. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Wednesday that the 12-month Consumer Price Index (CPI), excluding housing costs, rose 5.5...

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GM to resume production of Chevrolet Bolt electric cars in April

General Motors plans to restart production of the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicles in early April and begin shipping to auto dealers shortly thereafter....

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Unemployment has fallen in OECD countries

Unemployment in the countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) fell for the eighth consecutive month last December, falling to 5.4 percent from 5.5 percent in November....

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Inflation in the OECD is at a 30-year high

In the countries belonging to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the annual increase in consumer prices was 6.6 percent in December after 5.9 percent in November. The...

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FAO: food prices in January at a nearly 10-year peak

World food prices peaked at a nearly 10-year high in January, mainly due to higher prices of vegetable oils and dairy products. According to data released by the Food and...

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Fidelity: Three reasons why China could roar in the year of the tiger

Tuesday 1 February marks the Chinese New Year, where millions of people around the globe will celebrate the year of the tiger. With inflation fears, talk of tapering and an...

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Caixin/Markit: China’s manufacturing sector falls in January

China’s factory activity contracted at the sharpest rate in 23 months in January, underscoring the huge economic costs from the country’s zero-COVID approach as surging cases and tough containment measures...

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Employment rose to 68 percent in the third quarter in OECD countries

In the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), employment was 68 percent in the third quarter of last year, up 0.6 percentage points from the previous quarter, according to...

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Indicators of economic activity and employment have continued to strengthen

The sectors most adversely affected by the pandemic have improved in recent months but are being affected by the recent sharp rise in COVID-19 cases. Job gains have been solid...

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The IMF has worsened this year’s, but improved next year’s global economic growth forecast

The global economy is growing 0.5 percentage points slower than expected last October, by 4.4 percent this year, according to the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) revised World Economic Outlook (WEO)...

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FAO: Food prices rose to a 10-year high last year

Last year, food prices rose by an average of 28.1 percent globally, and the index following their movement rose to a 10-year high, according to a report by the Food...

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Unemployment in the OECD fell to 5.5 percent

Unemployment in the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) fell to an average of 5.5 percent in November last year from 5.7 percent in October, the rate has fallen...

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The 10 richest people in the world doubled their wealth during the pandemic

The 10 richest people in the world have more than doubled their wealth since the pandemic began, The Guardian reported on Monday. According to a report by the charity Oxfam,...

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Inflation is at a 25-year high in the OECD

In the countries of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), consumer prices rose by 5.8 percent year-on-year in November, after an average of 5.2 percent in October, the...

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Oxford Economics survey: omikron markedly worsened the global business sentiment

The emergence of the rapidly spreading omicron version of the coronavirus, Oxford Economics, one of London’s most prestigious financial and economic analysts in London has significantly worsened the mood in...

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Fitch: supply bottlenecks are slowing global wealth growth

Global supply performance is likely to grow more slowly this year due to seemingly persistent bottlenecks in supply-side supplier networks, Fitch Ratings said in a recent revised quarterly global forecast...

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FAO: food prices at a more decade of peak

The rise in prices on the international food raw materials market has continued after strong demand occured for cereals and dairy products in the past month, according to a report...

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According to the OECD, the global economy will slow down in the next two years, including in Hungary

The OECD expects global economic growth to slow in the next two years compared to this year, with higher and more persistent inflation in the economic outlook being the biggest...

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FAO: food prices are on 10-year peak in October

Partly due to supply shortages and a significant rise in the price of vegetable oils and grains, food prices in the world rose in October for the third consecutive month...

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Moody’s: US economic growth gives Europe a much bigger boost than to China

The recovery in the European economy is expected to be given a much stronger impetus than the Chinese economy for several reasons, according to a study presented by Moody’s Investors...

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OECD: world’s gross domestic product has reached pre-crisis levels

Global gross domestic product has already reached pre-crisis levels in the second quarter of this year, according to the OECD. In its latest global economic growth forecast released on Tuesday...

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The unemployment rate in the OECD fell in July

The unemployment rate in the 37 member states of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) fell to 6.2 percent in July, compared with an average of 6.4 percent...

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