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India: BRICS ratings agency can bypass ‘big three’ unfairness

India: BRICS ratings agency can bypass ‘big three’ unfairness

India has urgently sought to establish an international credit rating agency to offset biased agendas.

Will energy giants return to profit in 2017?

Will energy giants return to profit in 2017?

Most are banking on covering capital spending and dividend payouts given prices are at $50 to $55 a barrel.

Activity in China’s service sector drops slightly

Activity in China’s service sector drops slightly

The Caixin PMI appears to be in tandem with National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reports on the manufacturing sector.

India: 2017 Assembly elections begin in Goa, Punjab

India: 2017 Assembly elections begin in Goa, Punjab

Voters could punish the BJP which has strongly supported November's demonetization and anti-graft drive.

China’s Central Bank raises short-term rates

China’s Central Bank raises short-term rates

The PBOC's intervention came as China refuted that it was devaluing the yuan to gain unfair advantage.

India’s markets jump on budget, factory activity

India’s markets jump on budget, factory activity

India's new budget boosts spending and appears to offer development relief to farmers.

China’s manufacturing sector shows continued growth

China’s manufacturing sector shows continued growth

While it dropped by 0.1 from December, the manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) was 51.3 in January.

China’s nominal GDP growth to surge in Q1 – report

China’s nominal GDP growth to surge in Q1 – report

China's nominal GDP growth in 2016 was eight per cent, whereas its real GDP growth was 6.7 per cent.

Commodity prices to rise in 2017 – World Bank

Commodity prices to rise in 2017 – World Bank

The World Bank forecasts oil prices around $55 a barrel.

Trump ends TPP, will China gain?

Trump ends TPP, will China gain?

Countries will now look to China's Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) for future trade agreements.