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European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Will QE spur a revival in investment?Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Consumer Confidence (Mar.)China Economics > China Economics Update — Equity boom propping up GDP growth, for nowEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Greek crisis may finally be coming to a headMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Saudi economy picks up, but unlikely to last for longUK Economics > UK Quarterly Review — Don’t underestimate the economy’s hidden slackEuropean Economics > European Economics Focus — Are Dutch consumers now ready to spend?Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Manufacturing Sales (Feb.)European Commercial Property > European Commercial Property Updates — Will an Italian economic recovery boost commercial property in 2015?Commodities Overview > Commodities Update — Four and a half reasons not to worry about China’s slowdown
Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South African retail sales a positive surprise, but outlook still grimChina Economics > China Economics Update — Headwinds to continue weighing on growth in 2015India Economics > India Economics Update — India overtaking China – what is all the fuss about?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Algeria’s economy to hit a crunch point sooner rather than laterGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — IMF: catching up with realityEmerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Update — Singapore is finished with policy looseningMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — North Africa: 5-6% growth achievable, but reforms are crucialEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Italian Industrial Production (Feb.)European Economics > European Economics Update — New government will struggle to revive Finland’s economyJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Machinery Orders (Feb.)
Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Weaker currency will partly cushion hit from low oil pricesUS Economics > US Economics Update — Wacky weatherThis article appears in multiple services — Should we trust the upbeat business surveys?European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Oil and euro boosts to growth will fade next yearThis article appears in multiple services — Industrial Production & Construction Output (Feb.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Will Australian households rescue the economy?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economic Outlook — Most of Emerging Asia set for faster growthEuropean Economics > European Economics Update — Is deflation good for the euro-zone after all?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — Assessing the impact of a potential nuclear deal with IranEuropean Economics > European Economic Outlook — Recovery prospects clouded by Greece
Global Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Global growth to recover after weak Q1Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — Ghana: IMF deal a positive, but difficult transition aheadUK Economics > UK Economics Chart Book — Inflation is dead, but should rise again before longThis article appears in multiple services — CIPS/Markit Report on Services (Mar.)India Economics > India Economics Update — Door for further rate cuts still openCanada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Oil price slump will drag economy downCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — January's soft GDP likely the calm before the stormChina Economics > China Watch — Policymakers still have plenty of ammunitionCanada Economics > Canada Data Response — International Merchandise Trade (Feb.)UK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Current account cloud casting shadow over recovery
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Economics Weekly — AIIB – what is all the fuss about?Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Economics Update — Russia’s recession spreading unevenly across the economyJapan Economics > Japan Economics Weekly — Did Chinese New Year distort Japan’s activity data?Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — What does an iron ore price of $50 mean for Australia?Global Economics > Global Economics Update — Global growth to recover in Q2Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economic Outlook — In the footsteps of the Fed?This article appears in multiple services — Markit/CIPS Report on Manuf. (Mar.) & Productivity (Q4)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Manufacturing PMIs (Mar.)Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Data Response — Manufacturing PMIs (Mar.)China Economics > China Data Response — Manufacturing PMIs (Mar.)
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Tankan (Q1)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — GDP by Industry (Jan.)European Economics > European Chart Book — Consumers drive the recoveryUK Economics > UK Data Response — National Accounts & Balance of Payments (Q4)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Turkey GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone EC Survey (Mar.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Data Response — Economic Sentiment Indicators (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Economics Focus — “Abenomics” needs a fresh boostJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Industrial Production (Feb.)Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Impact of oil price shock bigger than most think
US Housing > The US Housing Market Analyst — Housing will continue to normaliseEuropean Economics > European Economics Weekly — Euro-zone consumers look ready to start spendingUK Economics > UK Economics Weekly — Zero inflation doesn’t boost case for rate cutLatin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Brazil GDP (Q4)Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Economics Focus — Shifting sands: why the outlook for the BRICs is starting to divergeChina Economics > China Economics Focus — Outlook for China has actually brightenedIndia Economics > India Economics Focus — Is Mr Modi delivering on promises of reform?Canada Economics > Canada Economics Update — Bank of Canada in no hurry to cut ratesLatin America Economics > Latin America Chart Book — Currency sell-off puts paid to further policy looseningThis article appears in multiple services — Retail Sales (Feb.)
Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Data Response — Vietnam GDP (Q1)Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Nigerian politics take centre stageAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Chart Book — Investment outlook weakensUS Economics > US Chart Book — Slump in productivity growth could be pivotalUS Economics > US Data Response — Durable Goods (Feb.)Emerging Europe Economics > Emerging Europe Chart Book — Central Europe shaping up well at the start of 2015European Economics > European Data Response — German Ifo Survey (Mar.)Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Chart Book — Saudi Arabia refuses to budgeEmerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Activity Monitor — EM growth stuck at post-crisis lowGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Global growth likely to pick up after weak first quarter
European Economics > European Economics Update — Can the euro-zone converge with the US?Emerging Asia Economics > Emerging Asia Chart Book — Exports take a turn for the worseCommodities Overview > Commodities Data Response — China & Euro-zone Flash PMIs (Mar.)European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone Flash PMIs (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Small Business Confidence (Mar.)China Economics > China Data Response — HSBC/Markit Flash Manufacturing PMI (Mar.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Flash Manufacturing PMI (Mar.)European Economics > European Economics Update — Portugal’s good news should be treated with cautionChina Economics > China Activity Monitor — China’s growth slipping below 7% in Q1Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — 2014 will be as good as it gets for New Zealand
Canada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Economy likely to struggle for longer than others expectUS Economics > US Economics Update — Are lower oil prices a net negative for the US after all?UK Cities & Regions > UK Cities & Regions Chart Book — Recovery not as evenly spread as Budget assertsChina Economics > China Economics Update — Low birth rate won’t derail growthUK Economics > UK Data Response — Public Finances (Feb.)Canada Economics > Canada Chart Book — Economy slowing sharper than headlines suggestMiddle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Watch — What did we take away from Egypt’s investor conference?US Economics > US Economics Update — Is the US headed for another weather-related contraction?Africa Economics > Africa Economics Update — South Africa GDP Tracker points to slowdown at start of yearAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — New Zealand GDP (Q4)
European Economics > European Economics Update — Greece’s output gap won’t solve its debt problemsLatin America Economics > Latin America Data Response — Chile GDP & Current Account (Q4)Africa Economics > Africa Outlook — A difficult year aheadJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — External trade (Feb.)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — Survey of Manufacturing (Jan.)China Economics > China Chart Book — Policymakers strike sanguine noteGlobal Economics > Global Economics Update — Is growth in the euro-zone about to outpace that in the US?Middle East & North Africa Economics > Middle East Economic Updates — Saudi Arabia makes weak start to the yearCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Canadian dollar will remain down for a long timeAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — New Zealand is vulnerable to Australian slowdown
European Economics > European Economics Weekly — Now is the euro low enough?Global Economics > Global Inflation Watch — Inflation to bounce back, but remain lowEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Ireland GDP (Q4)Africa Economics > Africa Data Response — South Africa Manufacturing Production (Jan.)European Economics > European Economics Focus — Will Greece & deflation re-ignite the euro-zone crisis?Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — RBNZ to shift from neutral to reverse later this yearChina Economics > China Data Response — Bank Lending & Broad Credit (Feb.)Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Business Outlook Survey (Q1)European Economics > European Economics Update — Is German wage growth finally taking off?China Economics > China Data Response — Activity & Spending (Jan. & Feb.)
Japan Economics > Japan Data Response — Machinery Orders (Jan.)UK Economics > UK Economics Focus — Why are the public finances not already fixed?European Economics > European Data Response — Iceland GDP (Q4)European Economics > European Economics Update — Start of ECB QE won’t herald strong recoveryAfrica Economics > Africa Watch — South Africa faces lasting energy crisisJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Economy Watchers Survey (Feb.)Australia & New Zealand Economics > RBNZ Watch — Bucking the global trend…for nowJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — GDP (Q4 Revised) & Current Account (Jan)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — International Trade & Building Permits (Jan.)European Economics > European Economics Weekly — ECB’s hopes unlikely to be met
European Economics > European Data Response — Euro-zone GDP Breakdown (Q4)This article appears in multiple services — Without tighter rules, migration to stay strongAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Weekly — Was that it?Emerging Markets Economics > Emerging Markets Financial Risk Monitor — Venezuela in crisis, but EM risks generally lowAfrica Economics > Africa Economics Focus — Low commodity prices spell an era of weaker growth for SSAGlobal Economics > Global Economics Chart Book — Consumers beginning to spend their oil windfallThis article appears in multiple services — Misery index on track for 50-year lowEuropean Economics > European Chart Book — Deflationary pressures remain intenseAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Data Response — Australia GDP (Q4)Canada Economics > Canada Data Response — GDP (Q4 2014)
European Economics > European Data Response — Swiss GDP (Q4)Australia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economic Outlook — Struggling to cope with commodity collapseAustralia & New Zealand Economics > Australia & New Zealand Economics Update — 10 key calls on Australia and New ZealandChina Economics > China Economics Update — Rate cut alone won't boost lendingJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Capital Expenditure (Q4)China Economics > China Watch — What to watch at the National People’s CongressCanada Economics > Canada Economics Weekly — Bank of Canada will still cut rates furtherEuropean Economics > European Data Response — Swedish & Danish GDP (Q4)Africa Economics > Africa Chart Book — Delay to Nigeria’s election puts naira under pressureJapan Economics > Japan Data Response — Industrial Production, Retail Sales, Unemployment, Household Spending & Consumer Prices (Jan.)