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BEIJING: China's economic growth is seen slowing to 6.5% in 2017 despite a strong start to the first quarter, as the government seeks to cool the property sector and temper credit growth to contain risks from a dangerous build-up of debt, a Reuters poll showed.
HONG KONG: Asian stocks erased early losses and edged higher on Thursday as steadying commodity prices, especially crude oil, prompted some bargain hunting by investors.
LONDON: When OPEC and Russia meet next month to assess the impact of their oil cuts they face a surprising outcome: stockpiles are even higher than when they started.
HONG KONG: Asian stocks may slip for a second consecutive day on Thursday as a weak Wall Street and declining commodity prices, especially for oil, prompted investors to trim their exposure to risky assets.
WASHINGTON: Tax cuts and financial deregulation proposed by the Trump administration could embolden American companies to boost risk taking to undesirable levels, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned.
PARIS (Reuters) - French voters go to the polls on Sunday for the first round of their most unpredictable presidential election in living memory.
NEW YORK: Oil prices dropped more than 3 percent on Wednesday following a surprise increase in gasoline inventories, and declines in energy shares weighed on U.S. stocks.
SINGAPORE: Oil prices dipped on Wednesday as bloated US supplies weighed on markets while a fall in Saudi crude exports was offset by rising production in the country.
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Tuesday named an environmental and politics expert, Achim Steiner of Germany, to head the U.N. Development Programme, replacing former New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, who steps down on Wednesday.