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China manufacturing growth slows in December
The index tracks manufacturing activity in Chinaís factories and workshops and is a closely watched gauge of the health of the economy
China exports top estimates with surplus at four-year high
Shipments to US, Europe and South Korea rise in November
US auto sales surge at fastest pace since 2007
Industry climbing out of painful downturn after 2008 crisis
US Cyber Monday sales soar to record 19%
Cyber Monday sales surged, sending online shopping toward a single-day record as Amazon.com Inc and EBay Inc siphoned consumers from brick-and-mortar stores.
Spanish jobless queue shrinks in November
Spanish unemployment queues shrank in November, government figures showed on Tuesday, shining a glimmer of hope on one of Europeís bleakest job markets.
Output up in Nov although Europe diverging; Asia in upswing
Increasing demand for manufactured goods drove global factory activity higher last month but the spurt in the eurozone masked a widening disparity among some of the blocís key members.
Indian inflation marches higher to 7.0%
The Wholesale Price Index, Indiaís most closely watched inflation indicator, rose to 7.0 per cent in October from 6.46 in September.
GCC set for robust growth
The GCC can expect to see robust economic growth over the medium term and successful diversification of its local economies, Ernst & Young said in its most recent Rapid-Growth Markets (RGMs) Forecast.
Investors bet on last-minute deal
With a possible US government shutdown days away, Wall Street still hasnít come down with a critical case of fiscal fever despite forecasts that failure to resolve the federal budget standoff could be catastrophic.
US consumer spending up
Consumer spending in the US rose in August for a fourth consecutive month as a pickup in incomes supported the biggest part of the economy.
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