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ANALYSIS-For Xi and China Evergrande, a delicate balancing act
The crisis at property giant China Evergrande Group poses a $305 billion conundrum for President Xi Jinping: how to impose financial discipline without fuelling social unrest.
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JGB yields rise to 3-month high after Fed's taper hints
Yields on Japanese government bonds edged up on Friday to three-month highs, in a delayed action after a market holiday, due to growing expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will taper its bond purchase later this year.
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ANALYSIS-Red tape, political hurdles hinder Draghi's drive to reform Italy
* Changes promised by Draghi in return for EU Recovery Fund cash
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UPDATE 1-Daimler takes 33% stake in European battery cell venture ACC
Daimler's Mercedes-Benz on Friday said it will take a 33% stake in battery cell manufacturer Automotive Cells Company (ACC) alongside the project's original founders Stellantis and TotalEnergies.
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Some Evergrande offshore bondholders not paid by Thursday deadline U.S. time - sources
Some of China Evergrande Group's offshore bondholders have not received interest payment by a Thursday deadline U.S. time, two people familiar with the matter said, as worries about the fate of the property developer mount.
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Nomura cuts China 2021 growth forecast to 7.7% from 8.2%
Analysts at Nomura cut their forecast for China's annual gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2021 to 7.7% from 8.2% on Friday, citing the impact of factories pausing operations amid power outages and environmental policies.
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India's Sensex crosses 60,000 mark on tech, bank stocks boost
India's benchmark Sensex crossed the 60,000 level for the first time on Friday, driven by tech and private bank stocks, as analysts pointed to easing fears over economic damage from a possible third COVID-19 wave.
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UPDATE 2-ECB's Lagarde says many causes of inflation spike are temporary: CNBC
Many of the drivers of a recent spike in euro zone inflation are temporary and due to fade in the next year, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said in an interview aired on CNBC on Friday.
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ECB's Lagarde says many causes of inflation spike temporary: CNBC
Many of the drivers of the recent spike in euro zone inflation are temporary and due to fade in the next year, European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde said in an interview aired on CNBC on Friday.
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China's yuan left in limbo as Evergrande woes linger
The yuan was a tad weaker on Friday, and while the Chinese currency has has barely reacted to fears that property giant China Evergrande Group could default, traders were watching anxiously after an interest payment deadline expired. "Fear of large negative spillover effects from the property sector into financials and the real economy has tr
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New Beijing stock exchange to run technical tests ahead of trading
China's newly-established Beijing Stock Exchange has said it plans to run two comprehensive technical tests with market players, one as early as Saturday, in a sign that the start of trading could be imminent.
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GRAPHIC-Wall Street eyes four more years for Powell at Fed
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell remains favored for renomination by the White House, and if recent history repeats itself a decision may come at any time before the central bank meets again in early November.
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China blue chip shares rise on consumer boost; property sector slips
Chinese blue-chip shares rose on Friday, led by consumer staples firms, while property indexes in mainland markets and Hong Kong slipped amid persistent investor concerns over a possible default by developer China Evergrande Group.
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PRECIOUS-Gold prices firm as soft dollar, Evergrande crisis lift safe-haven appeal
* Platinum heads for biggest weekly gain in six (Recasts, adds comments, and updates prices)
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India's BSE Sensex crosses 60,000 mark with tech stocks in lead
Indian shares scaled record highs on Friday, with the benchmark S&P BSE Sensex topping the 60,000 level for the first time on the back of gains in tech and property stocks.
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EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine stocks cheer record low rates, virus spike hits Singapore
Equities in the Philippines outshone their emerging Asian peers on Friday after its central bank kept interest rates at record lows, while stocks in Singapore were hit as the city-state logged record COVID-19 cases. Manila's benchmark index added 0.7% and was set for its fourth straight day of gains after Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on Th
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EMERGING MARKETS-Philippine stocks cheer record low rates, virus spike hits Singapore
Equities in the Philippines outshone their emerging Asian peers on Friday after its central bank kept interest rates at record lows, while stocks in Singapore were hit as the city-state logged record COVID-19 cases. Manila's benchmark index added 0.7% and was set for its fourth straight day of gains after Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) on Th
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UPDATE 1-Japan's ruling party race puts legacy of Abenomics in focus
Japan's widening wealth gap has emerged as a key issue in a ruling party leadership contest that will decide who becomes the next prime minister, with candidates forced to reassess the legacy of former premier Shinzo Abe's "Abenomics" policies.
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Japan's ruling party race puts legacy of Abenomics in focus
Japan's widening wealth gap has emerged as a key issue in a ruling party leadership contest that will decide who becomes the next prime minister, with candidates forced to reassess the legacy of former premier Shinzo Abe's "Abenomics" policies.
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Australia, NZ dollars dodge bears for now, bonds mauled
The Australian and New Zealand dollars were clinging to weekly gains on Friday after repeated speculative attacks failed to crack support, though a hawkish turn by some central banks offshore did slug local bonds.
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