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China shares higher as oil bounces

China's fragile stock markets edged up on Thursday as oil prices bounced from their lows and helped push Asian share markets higher. The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index was up 0.5 percent at the end of the morning session.

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Asian shares skid to 2011 levels as oil plummets

Asian shares slid to their lowest levels since late 2011 on Monday after weak US economic data and massive falls in oil prices stoked further worries about a global economic downturn. Oil prices fell as much as 4 per cent on Monda

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How far can it fall? Hedge funds see 15pc tumble for yuan

The global gloom over China's yuan has deepened swiftly, with investment banks slashing forecasts and some analysts and money managers arguing it should fall by 15 per cent or more to respond to Beijing's financial imbalances.

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China agrees big projects as GDP seen at 7pc

China economy likely grew by around 7 per cent in 2015 and added 13 million new jobs, the top economic planning agency said on Tuesday as it announced the approval of more large infrastructure projects to avert the risks of a sharper slowdown.

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China guides yuan higher, but stocks fall

China guided its yuan currency stronger for a second straight session on Monday, in a move that might calm concerns about how ready Beijing is to let the currency depreciate, but added to doubts over the ultimate policy intent. &n

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Asia stocks plunge as oil rout deepens

Asian stocks fell on Monday and China's yuan hit fresh 4-1/2 year lows as plunging oil prices added to investors' nervousness about riskier assets ahead of an expected US rate rise by the Federal Reserve later in the week.

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Global stocks tumble amid oil’s 7-year lows

Stock markets worldwide tumbled on Friday, Brent crude oil prices fell to seven-year lows and China's yuan currency sank on risk aversion ahead of a widely anticipated US interest rate increase next week and worries over economic growth.

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Asia shares fall on China caution, yuan surges

Asian shares fell on Monday as Chinese stocks extended last week's sharp losses, while the yuan bounced in volatile trade hours ahead of an IMF decision on whether to promote it to a basket of global reserve currencies. MSCI&#

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Global firms keen on ‘nearshoring’ of products

There is a growing appetite for 'nearshoring', that is moving production closer to its ultimate end-market, among international companies, according to a new study. The study released by global business-advisory firm AlixP

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Global firms keen on ‘nearshoring’ of products

There is a growing appetite for 'nearshoring', that is moving production closer to its ultimate end-market, among international companies, according to a new study. The study released by global business-advisory firm AlixP

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