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  • Bruno Alves, Ricardo Quaresma, Pepe, Cristiano Ronaldo, Coupe Henri Delaunay, Joao Moutinho, Andre Gomes and Joao Mario celebrate winning the UEFA EURO 2016 final match between Portugal and France at the Stade de France in Paris.

    While Portugal's victory at Euro 2016 was a cause for celebration, its economy is less of a success story according to Barclays.

  • China's food service industry is a key part of the mainland's service sector.

    Soft China inflation data has sparked speculation the economic giant may join the ranks of various central banks in cutting interest rates.

  • US NFP

    ING's Tim Condon says Friday's stong U.S. nonfarm payrolls figures don't alter expectations the Fed will remain on hold this year.

  • China CPI

    China needs to ease further in order to hit its GDP targets and incentivize the private sector to invest more, says Commerzbank's Hao Zhou.

  • Rough time ahead, trouble

    2016 is set to be a record year for sovereign credit rating cuts, driven largely by the hit from lower commodity prices, Fitch Ratings said on Thursday.

  • Modi Africa Tour

    India's Modi will focus on trade, investments and geopolitics during his four-nation Africa visit, says University of Maryland's Anil Gupta.

  • Nigel Farage

    With Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson stepping aside, the prospect of "Brexit" is less certain than ever, says NYU Stern Professor Luis Cabral.

  • UK Recession

    UBS's Paul Donovan explains that U.K. citizens will have the security of household income, which will help avert a recession.

  • An employee at a research lab at the Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research campus in Shanghai, China.

    China has revised up the size of its economy by adding research and development (R&D) spending into its calculations for gross domestic product.

  • *China revises up the size of 2015 GDP by 1.3 pct. BEIJING, July 5- China has revised up the size of the world's second-largest economy by adding research and development spending into its calculations for gross domestic product, the statistics bureau said on Tuesday. The move will help bring China's calculations for the value of its goods and services more in line...

  • BEIJING, July 5- China has revised up the size of its economy by adding research and development spending into gross domestic product calculations, the country's statistics bureau said on Tuesday. The new method has increased the value of GDP but has only slightly affected annual growth rates, the National Bureau of Statistics said in a statement posted on its...

  • MANILA, July 5- The Philippines on Tuesday cut its economic growth targets for this year and next, citing weak farm output due to El Nino and external headwinds. The economy is now expected to grow 6-7 percent this year, from the previous forecast of 6.8-7.8 percent, Budget Secretary Benjamin Diokno told reporters. For 2017, the growth target has been trimmed to...

  • Post-Brexit Market Impact

    U.K. and European banks account for a significant amount of bank lending in Asia, explains Credit Suisse Private Banking's Sailesh Jha.

  • A buyer picks up euro coins in a supermarket in Vilnius on January 1, 2015.

    Euro zone economic growth will take a knock in 2017 and 2018 because of the U.K.'s vote to leave the EU, S&P Global Ratings said on Monday.

  • FRUTILLAR, Chile, June 30- Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos said on Thursday that a peace deal with the country's leftist FARC rebels will open vast sectors of the nation to private investment and would boost national gross domestic product growth by at least 1 percent per year. And that will allow the country to grow at a higher rate, forecast to be at least 1...

  • MINSK, June 30- Belarus can see economic growth exceeding 4.5 percent of gross domestic product if it speeds up reforms, the head of the mission of the International Monetary Fund to Belarus, Peter Dohlman, said on Thursday.

  • BUENOS AIRES, June 29- Argentina's economy eeked out 0.5 percent growth in the first quarter compared with the year-earlier period, the government said on Wednesday, releasing its first 2016 growth data under President Mauricio Macri. The slight rise in first quarter in gross domestic product was also helped by a 7.5 percent expansion in Argentina's fishing...

  • PARIS, June 29- There is a "high risk" France will miss its target of cutting the public deficit to 2.7 percent of gross domestic product in 2017 after a slew of new spending promises, the independent public audit office said on Wednesday. France is a repeat offender when it comes to breaching the European Union requirement of delivering a budget deficit under 3...

  • PARIS, June 29- There is a "high risk" France will miss its target of cutting the public deficit to 2.7 percent of gross domestic product in 2017 after a slew of new spending promises, the independent public audit office said on Wednesday. France is a repeat offender when it comes to breaching the European Union requirement of delivering a budget deficit under 3...

  • US Markets

    Investors believe that central banks will step in and inject liquidity to prevent any financial crisis, says Wells Fargo Advantage Funds' Margaret Patel.