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  • *Turkey keen to shake off perception G20 is' talking shop'. ANKARA, Sept 3- When the Group of 20 finance ministers and central bankers meet on Friday in Turkey, China's market turmoil is likely to be the biggest problem they don't do anything about. Slower growth in China and rising market volatility have boosted the risks to the global economy, staff of the...

  • Retail braces for China headwind

    Dana Telsey, Telsey Advisory Group CEO, discusses how China's slowdown could impact luxury brands. The athletic companies are still doing very well, says Telsey. Also Telsey provides insight to the retail sector.

  • *Respite may be brief as China on a holiday break. TOKYO, Sept 3- Asian shares struggled to recover on Thursday with volatility remaining high, while emerging economy and commodity-linked currencies softened as investors worried about the global repercussions of slower growth in China. Many Asian bourses also advanced but weakness in Australia and falls in...

  • *Aug index at 72.3, lowest since May 2014, vs July's 73.4. BANGKOK, Sept 3- Thai consumer confidence fell for the eighth successive month in August to a 15- month low, as weak exports and a deadly bomb blast in the capital Bangkok hold back economic recovery, a university survey showed on Thursday. The consumer confidence index of the University of the Thai Chamber of...

  • *Respite may be brief as China on a holiday break. TOKYO, Sept 3- Asian shares struggled to recover on Thursday with volatility remaining high, while emerging economy and commodity-linked currencies softened as investors worried about the global repercussions of slower growth in China. Japan's Nikkei rose for the first time in four days, gaining 1.4 percent,...

  • WASHINGTON— China's slowdown, volatile financial markets and tumbling raw-materials prices have raised the risks to economic growth around the world, the International Monetary Fund reported Wednesday. China's troubles have sent the prices of raw materials such as oil and copper into a freefall, pinching Brazil, Russia and other commodity exporters.

  • WASHINGTON, Sept 2- Downside risks to the global economy have risen and a combination of threats including slower growth in China and rising market volatility could severely cut the outlook, International Monetary Fund staff warned on Wednesday. The IMF in July lowered its global growth forecast for 2015 to 3.3 percent and forecast growth in China- where a...

  • China’s soft patch may put big dent in tech stocks Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 10:29 AM ET
    The logo of the IFA (Internationale Funkausstellung) electronics trade fair is seen in front of one of the fair's main entrances ahead of the opening of the 55th IFA, on September 02, 2015 in Berlin.

    A stimulus from the Chinese government, even if effective, may not buffer big tech companies like Apple and Cisco from a slowdown in China sales.

  • China bull holds strong Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 10:19 AM ET
    China bull holds strong

    Asian markets push lower again amid worries about China's slowing economy. GGV Capital's Hans Tung, an early investor in Xiaomi, remains bullish on China.

  • Investors remain on edge after the latest market plunge, which was triggered by more signs of slowing growth in China. Tax preparation company H&R Block was the biggest gainer in the S&P 500, rising $2.47, or 7.5 percent, to $35.42. The market has been bouncing around sharply the last few weeks following signs of weakness in China and uncertainty over when the...

  • Sept 2- U.S. stock index futures rose on Wednesday after fresh intervention from China to support its markets helped calm jittery investors, and ahead of U.S. private employment data. *Wall Street closed sharply lower on Tuesday, with renewed concerns about China's economy pushing major indexes down almost 3 percent and intensifying fears of a long-term...

  • Picking up pieces of China Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 7:36 AM ET
    Picking up pieces of China

    Karthik Sankaran, Eurasia Group, provides perspective to China's economic slowdown and the government's attempts to stabilize markets and the Chinese economy.

  • China's bumpy road to transition Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 6:43 AM ET
    China's bumpy road to transition

    Scott Kennedy, Center for Strategic and International Studies, provides insight to China's struggling economy as it attempts to move from an investment-led economy to a services and consumer-based one.

  • Beijing sends mixed message Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 6:43 AM ET
    Beijing sends mixed message

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports on China's erratic markets as worries persist over China's economy and the government orders nearly two thousand companies to shut down for Thursday's military parade.

  • *Trade poll reuters:// realtime/verb= Open/url= cpurl:// apps.cp./ Apps/econ-polls? RIC= CNTRD %3 DEC I. *CPI poll reuters:// realtime/verb= Open/url= cpurl:// apps.cp./ Apps/econ-polls?

  • Why Germany isn’t panicking over China Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 4:51 AM ET

    Germany is taking recent market volatility “very seriously,” but a finance ministry official told CNBC there was no reason to panic.

  • European shares recover from rough ride Wednesday, 2 Sep 2015 | 3:58 AM ET

    *China intervention helping calm mkt jitters- traders. *ECB meeting, China holiday seen also soothing. LONDON, Sept 2- European stock markets recovered from a rough start to the week on Wednesday, rising almost 1 percent as traders pointed to intervention in China that helped calm wobbly markets and hopes for more central bank action.

  • Concerned about China's policy flip-flops, sputtering manufacturing or swooning equities? Add a new source of worry: The patchy state of regional finances

  • *Indonesia is' racing against time'- president. JAKARTA, Sept 2- Indonesia's president on Wednesday promised quick and "massive deregulation" to attract much needed investment in Southeast Asia's largest economy. This is the latest move by President Joko Widodo to try to improve investor sentiment about Indonesia, which has soured recently due to slowing...

  • JAKARTA, Sept 2- Indonesia's president promised quick "massive deregulation" on Wednesday to improve investor sentiment in Southeast Asia's largest economy. "We need to carry out massive deregulation and introduce new regulations that will really create a good climate for the economy as soon as possible. We are racing against time, "President Joko Widodo said...

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