LONDON, March 5- Global economic growth eased last month as adverse weather conditions hit the service industry in the United States and Japan, a business survey showed on Wednesday.» Read More
BEIJING, Oct 24- Activity in China's giant manufacturing sector picked up in October, a preliminary survey showed on Thursday, buoyed by strong new orders and suggesting the economy may have stabilised even though a strong rebound remains elusive.
HONG KONG, Oct 24- Hong Kong shares may start weaker on Thursday, ahead of a preliminary survey of factory activity in China and the Chinese central bank's second of two weekly open market operations for signs of a shift in its monetary policy. China Unicom, Great Wall Motor and Zijin Mining are among companies due to report quarterly earnings later in the day.
BEIJING, Oct 8- Growth in China's services industry slowed in September and optimism over the business outlook weakened, a private survey showed on Tuesday, indicating that the nascent recovery in the world's No.2 economy is likely to remain a slow one.
BANGALORE, Oct 4- Activity at Indian services companies shrank at the fastest pace in more than four years last month, suggesting the slowdown in Asia's third-largest economy still has some way to run, a survey showed on Friday. India's economy grew just 4.4 percent in the quarter to June, its weakest quarterly pace since the first three months of 2009..
JPMorgan's Global All-Industry Output index, produced with Markit, fell to 53.5 in September from August's 55.1, but held above the 50 threshold for growth for a 15th straight month.
LONDON, Oct 3- Britain's service sector posted solid growth in September, rounding off its strongest quarter in more than 16 years, helped by a recovery in the country's housing market, a survey showed on Thursday.
LONDON, Oct 3- The nascent recovery in euro zone businesses strengthened in September as order books filled at a faster rate and layoffs slowed to a trickle, surveys showed on Thursday, pointing to very mild growth in the third quarter.
LONDON, Oct 1- Growth in Britain's manufacturing sector eased slightly in September from a two-year high the month before, due to less robust export orders, a survey showed on Tuesday.
*Official China PMI edges up to 51.1, below expectations. BEIJING, Oct 1- China's manufacturing growth edged up only slightly in September, official data showed on Tuesday, with small firms struggling in the face of overcapacity and weak demand, adding to concerns a nascent economic recovery may be foundering.
BEIJING, Oct 1- China's manufacturing growth edged up only slightly in September with the official Purchasing Managers' Index at 51.1 from from August's 51.0, below expectations and adding to worries that its economic recovery has foundered.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest manufacturing data.
BEIJING, Sept 30- China's factory sector grew only slightly in September as domestic demand faltered, a private survey showed, an unexpectedly weak outcome that suggests a firm rebound in Asia's economic powerhouse still remains elusive. After seasonal adjustments, however, the expansion was slight, HSBC said.
BEIJING, Sept 30- China's factory sector grew in September after rising foreign orders made up for a subdued home market, a private survey showed, suggesting Asia's economic powerhouse is starting to turn the corner though a firm rebound remains elusive.
TOKYO, Sept 30- Japanese manufacturing activity expanded in September at the fastest pace since a record earthquake and nuclear disaster in early 2011, a survey showed on Monday, suggesting the economy has been able to stage a full recovery due to strong domestic demand and recovering exports.
--Clyde Russell is a Reuters market analyst. LAUNCESTON, Australia, Sept 24- What does China's factory sector growing at its strongest pace in six months have in common with the U.S.
LONDON, Sept 23- Business activity in the euro zone has grown faster than expected this month as new orders flood in at their fastest pace in over two years, surveys showed on Monday, adding to signs that the economy is healing.
SINGAPORE, Sept 23- Brent crude held above $109 a barrel on Monday, paring earlier losses after an upbeat manufacturing survey from China lifted the outlook for demand from the world's No.2 oil consumer. Brent crude for November delivery edged up 3 cents to $109.25 a barrel by 0631 GMT, off a low of $108.97 hit earlier in the session.
HONG KONG, Sept 23- China shares outperformed most other Asian markets on Monday, limiting losses in Hong Kong, after a survey showed manufacturing activity in the world's second-largest economy accelerated to a six-month high this month.
BEIJING, Sept 23- China's factory sector grew at its fastest pace in six months in September, a preliminary survey showed on Monday, adding momentum to a tentative turnaround in the world's second-largest economy since the middle of the year.
SINGAPORE, Sept 23- The euro held steady versus the dollar on Monday, failing to gain much momentum after a general election in Germany left Angela Merkel conservatives just short of the votes needed to rule on their own.