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First world trade fair in Mideast opens soon - World News
World

First world trade fair in Mideast opens soon

But diplomats from five different countries said they had revised down their national pavilions visitor targets. James Swanston an economist at Capital Economics said the continuing...
Indebted Evergrande denies bankruptcy claims - China Property News
Property

Indebted Evergrande denies bankruptcy claims

A report last week by Capital Economics said Evergrande had 1.4 million properties it has committed to completing as of the end of June.
Resilient factories battling with delays, rising costs - China Economy News
Economy

Resilient factories battling with delays, rising costs

Supply bottlenecks remain a constraint. But the PMIs suggest demand is cooling too taking the heat out of price gains and weighing on activity in industry and construction said...
Eurozone economy booms at fastest rate in 15 years - China Economy News
Economy

Eurozone economy booms at fastest rate in 15 years

Jack Allen Reynolds chief economist at Capital Economics pointed to the demand for labor that has shot up as large parts of the economy have opened at once and this was never going...
Factory output, retail sales cool further in China - China Economy News
Economy

Factory output, retail sales cool further in China

On a month on month basis Capital Economics estimated industrial output growth was unchanged at 0.
Japan Q1 GDP shrinks 1.3%, hit by virus restrictions - World News
World

Japan Q1 GDP shrinks 1.3%, hit by virus restrictions

Further complicating the growth picture is Japan s comparatively slow vaccine rollout said Marcel Thieliant senior Japan economist at Capital Economics.
New York shuts early as hospitals fill up in Europe - World News
World

New York shuts early as hospitals fill up in Europe

Capital Economics noted that French President Emmanuel Macron had promised last month to lift restrictions once new daily infection numbers fall from the current 30 000 40 000 to just...
Manufacturing PMI drifts lower in August - China Economy News
Economy

Manufacturing PMI drifts lower in August

It s not too surprising that the manufacturing PMI has started to level off since growth in industry has already returned to its pre virus level Julian Evans Pritchard senior China economist at Capital Economics...
US layoffs stay high, 1.3m seek jobless benefits - World News
World

US layoffs stay high, 1.3m seek jobless benefits

This suggests that renewed fears about the virus rather than government restrictions are driving the pullback in activity said Andrew Hunter senior US economist at Capital Economics.
Japan braces for worst postwar crash amid virus - China Economy News
Economy

Japan braces for worst postwar crash amid virus

The upward revision to Q1 GDP displayed in the revised estimate is cold comfort given that output is plummeting this quarter said Tom Learmouth economist at Capital Economics.
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