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Soft economies hitting cross-border air travel
Demand for cross-border air travel rose 5.4 per cent in November.
World Bank sees slower track for global trade engine
For the three decades leading up to the global financial crisis of 2007-2009, trade had expanded at a steady clip of about seven per cent a year.
BoE keeps rates steady at 0.5% after Jan meeting
The central bank also said it would reinvest £4.35 billion of proceeds from a maturing January 2015 bond in its £375 billion ($565 billion) of quantitative easing asset purchases.
US trade deficit hits 11-month low
The Commerce Department said on Wednesday the trade gap narrowed 7.7 per cent to $39 billion, the smallest since December 2013.
EU lurches into deflation
ECB expected to announce a programme of government bond buying soon
NRIs upbeat on Gujarat investment trade show
It's the flagship event of the federal Ministry of Overseas Indian Affairs, and the Vibrant Gujarat Global Trade Show kicked off in Gandhinagar near Ahmedabad on Wednesday.
Bahrain to host fourth GCC Financial Forum
International and regional financial experts and decision makers will attend the fourth GCC Financial Forum on February 24 and 25, 2015, to discuss the global economic outlook and its effects on regional financial markets.
Surat given SNZ status for diamond trade
Surat, Gujarat’s diamond city where eight out of the world’s 10 rough sparklers are polished, has become India’s second city after Mumbai to get a special notified zone (SNZ) for trading in rough diamonds.
Asian shares decline, but US, European find footing
The oil market rout has continued into early 2015 with Brent crude futures falling to near $51 a barrel, or 5-1/2-year lows.
China eases controls on rare earth export
Under the new guidelines, rare earths will require an export licence but the amount that can be sold abroad will no longer be covered by a quota.
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