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Struggle for inflation reading makes Japan govt bond a minefield

The Japanese government bond (JGB) market is where the Bank of Japan will win or lose its battle to push Japan's economy out of deflation.

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BOJ's Sato: won't rule out further steps if risks materialise

FUKUSHIMA, Japan: Bank of Japan board member Takehiro Sato said on Monday the central bank has abandoned its previous approach of taking incremental policy action but will not rule out offering additional stimulus if unexpected risks to the economy materialise.

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Malaysia-Market Factors To Watch On July 22(Monday)

KUALA LUMPUR: Following is a list of events in Malaysia as well as news company-related and market news which could have an influence on the Malaysian market.

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Sex scandals cloud Zimbabwe PM's election campaign

MUTARE, Zimbabwe (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's sole television station, state-owned and tightly controlled by President Robert Mugabe, is targeting the private life of his arch rival Morgan Tsvangirai with "attack ads" aimed at discrediting him before July 31 elections.

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Are you feeling trapped in your finances and want to break free? Here are some tips

Are you feeling trapped in your finances and want to break free from the mundane lifestyle of the average income group? The keyto embark on your financial success is to have a prudent money management system that allows you to systematically allocate your money via the five “magical accounts”.

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Iran denies missing World Bank payments, blames sanctions

DUBAI (Reuters) - Iran denied on Sunday it had failed to make payments on its loans to the World Bank for the last six months, blaming Western sanctions for preventing an intermediary from forwarding funds to the global lender, Iran's IRNA state news agency said.

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France's Hollande in tight spot on pension reform

PARIS (Reuters) - President Francois Hollande may only manage a lightweight reform of France's indebted pension system, with trade unions preparing street protests and his own Socialist Party warning it would oppose painful measures.

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South Sudan to shut down oil production by end of July

JUBA/KHARTOUM (Reuters) - South Sudan plans to sell 6.4 million barrels of oil worth $300 million before shutting down its entire production by the end of July due to a row over its alleged support for rebels in neighbouring Sudan, its oil minister said on Saturday.

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Bangkok cuts growth forecast

BANGKOK: Thailand’s central bank cut its 2013 economic growth forecast to 4.2% from 5.1% and lowered its export and inflation projections, bolstering views it has room to keep monetary policy easy to support expansion.

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June consumer prices stable

PETALING JAYA: Prices remained stable in June with the consumer price index (CPI) up 1.8% compared with a year ago due to increases in the prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages as well as non-food items.