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Unleashing Brazil’s Growth

By Martin Kaufman and Mercedes García-Escribano,

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The Ukraine crisis

by Dr Shane Oliver,Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital
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Turkish Lira in a free fall again, this time...

Erdogan government declares war on social media as polls approach and opposition gathers steam, dealing the currency a body blow, reports Team IFM
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China woes pile on as factory output sinks to...

Despite rise in export orders, a sluggish domestic demand drags factory operations and prompts economists to predict new policy changes, reports...
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Yellen springs no surprise, monthly stimulus...

New Federal Reserve head lives up to promise of continuity, whittles monthly assets purchase to $55 billion and keeps interest rates untouched,...
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US home builders more confident as spring...

Approaching buying season likely to boost sales but six-month outlook grim because of shortage of labour and approved land, reports Team IFM
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The Unsung Heroes of Recurring Revenue

by James Dunham, SVP Product Management at ServiceSource
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US shrugs off winter blues, factory output...

Industrial production highest in six months as motor vehicles and parts emerge as biggest gainers, reports Team IFM
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Dragon stumbles as growth falls to lowest point...

Premier Li talks of challenges and promises measures as shocked analysts predict loosening of tight monetary policies, reports Team IFM
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The US reinvents itself, yet again!

Dr Shane Oliver Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist AMP Capital Investors
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Demand for listed real estate in Europe...

by Tom Walker Deputy Global Head of Listed Real Estate
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Column: Investment Insights

Asian Bond Markets Improving But Still Need Catching Up.
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Americans show renewed interest in purchasing...

Despite grim projections of a slowdown in the critical housing sector, sale of single-family new units in January rose to its highest level since...
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Exports prop up German economy in last quarter,...

Overseas demand pushes growth even as job creation and domestic demand remain listless, reports Team IFM
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German businessmen happy with outlook, economy...

Despite predictions to the contrary, the country’s business confidence reached its highest point in 21 months in February, reports Team IFM
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Column: Investment Insights

Abenomics Ends Darkness In The Land of The Rising Sun
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China’s January FDI inflow notches 16% y-o-y jump

Riding on the back of service sector, the world’s second largest economy says all is well with near $11-bn foreign fund inflow, reports Team IFM
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Japan’s December industrial output not per...

Revised data shows while production figures were still ahead of that in November, it fell short year-end predictions, reports Team IFM
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QE termination spells trouble for US markets too

Analysts fear that in 2014, the US Fed's QE "tapering" will lead to volatility in US markets too in just the same that it has spooked those in...
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India’s factory output shrinks but inflation...

Industrial production contracted year-on-year in December for the third consecutive month, but inflation rate falls to 24-month low, reports Team IFM
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India's trade deficit shrinks despite sluggish...

Current Account Deficit on track to stay close to 2% of GDP this fiscal as bullion import curbs pull down imports, reports Team IFM
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China’s January trade surplus stuns all with 14...

The world’s second largest economy posts $31-bn balance contrary to slower growth and lower surplus predicted by economists, reports Team IFM
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Investors celebrate as Australian home prices...

The housing sector Down Under is booming as interest rates are near record lows and banks are rushing in to up lending, reports Team IFM
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ECB discounts deflation fears, keeps rates...

The ECB dashes hopes of action against deflation fears in the euro zone by keeping its benchmark rate unchanged even as Bank of England follows...
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