15
Jul
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US President Donald trump and first lady melania trump arrived in Japan on May 25 for a four-day state visit. In Japan, trump urged business leaders to invest more in the United States, saying there has never been a better time to do so. Trump's visit to Japan is the first by a foreign head of state since Japan entered the new era, fox news and Reuters reported. Trump said he wants to address the U.S. -japan trade imbalance and…

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9
Jul
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According to the analysis, England's GDP growth dropped sharply in April, mainly due to a decline in car production, which was caused by the closure of car factories due to the uncertainty of brexit. On June 10th the England office for national statistics revealed that GDP contracted by more than expected in April, the biggest drop since March 2016. England's GDP fell 0.4 percent in April from a month earlier, compared with expectations for a 0.1 percent decline, the data…

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18
Jun
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Australian Banks issue "fake silver paper"? Australia's central bank confirmed on Thursday that a new a $50 note issued in October had three places where the word "responsibility" was replaced by "responsibilty", missing an "I". A total of 46 million new notes were printed, many of them out of the market, and it remains unclear how to remedy them. The new note introduces new security features to epitomise Australia's first female mp Edith. Edith Cowan's maiden speech to congress in…

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4
Jun
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South Korea's gross domestic product unexpectedly shrank 0.3 percent in the first quarter from the previous quarter, its worst quarter in a decade, led by falling investment, a weaker technology sector and falling exports. Economists polled by Reuters did not expect the south Korean economy to contract, with the median forecast for a modest 0.3 percent growth. GDP grew at an annualised rate of just 1.8 per cent in the first quarter, below expectations of 2.5 per cent. Exports, which…

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6
May
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The dollar was slightly stronger against major rivals sterling and the euro after a U.S. economic report. U.S. industrial production fell 0.1 percent in March after economists had expected a 0.1 percent gain. Meanwhile, the national association of home builders' (NAHB) sentiment index for April rose 1 point to 63 on Tuesday, in line with expectations, according to the Econoday survey. Currency analysts said the synchronized rise in global stock indexes was a sign of increased appetite for risky assets,…

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2
Apr
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According to recent data released by the international monetary fund (IMF), the proportion of RMB assets held by central Banks in foreign exchange reserves rose to 1.89% in the fourth quarter of 2018, surpassing Australian and Canadian dollars and the highest level since the IMF reported RMB reserve assets in October 2016. According to the latest quarterly data on the composition of official foreign exchange reserve currencies released by the IMF, as of the fourth quarter of last year, RMB…

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25
Mar
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SINGAPORE - Smaller declines in private road transport and accommodation costs caused headline or overall inflation to go up slightly to 0.5 per cent year on year in February, up from 0.4 per cent in the previous month, data released on Monday (March 25) showed. Core inflation - which strips out private transport and accommodation costs - showed a reverse picture and came in a tad lower at 1.5 per cent last month, down from 1.7 per cent in January.…

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20
Mar
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Rent in Manchester most expensive outside of London, 30th in Europe Birmingham sees biggest rent increase in the UK, up £110 per month Edinburgh re-enters top 50 most expensive rent in Europe Dublin rent enters top five most expensive in Europe Rent in London is the most expensive in Europe for expats, averaging USD 7,189 (£5,187) per month for a three-bed home according to the latest annual research published by global mobility experts, ECA International (ECA). Despite uncertainty around Brexit,…

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19
Mar
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House prices are down, but rents are high, according to a new report from the home-rental website Padmapper. The three most expensive cities in the country are Toronto, vancouver and Burnaby   Toronto is the most expensive city in Canada for one home and vancouver the most expensive for two.   Toronto rents are $2,260 for one and $2,850 for two. The rent in vancouver is 2,100 yuan for one room and 3,260 yuan for two rooms. Burnaby rents are…

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21
Feb
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If you have student loans in 2019, you also have a somewhat distressingly large number of different ways to pay them back. Besides the standard repayment plan, in which the government calculates a monthly bill based on what you owe, there's a graduated plan for people who want to pay more later, which is somehow different from what the system calls paying-as-you-earn and income-contingent repayment. In other words, deciding to take on debt for what hopefully will be a worthwhile…

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