Jeremy Lawson, Chief Economist at Standard Life Investments, says growth in the second quarter may not meet expectations due to declining productivity.» Read More
CNBC's Steve Liesman reports expectations from the Fed's monetary policy announcement and economic outlook.
*Second-quarter growth seen at 3.0 percent rate. WASHINGTON, July 28- U.S. economic growth likely rebounded in the second-quarter from a winter-induced slump at the start of the year and will probably continue to gather momentum through the rest of 2014..
NEW YORK, July 25- Even if data next week shows a mediocre rebound in U.S. economic growth, that might be enough to keep the stock market aloft at record highs and the Federal Reserve steadfast in its winding down of stimulus through bond purchases.
LONDON— Britain's economy has grown to surpass the peak it reached in 2008, before the global banking crisis caused a deep recession, official figures showed Friday. The Office for National Statistics said gross domestic product grew by 0.8 percent in the three months through June compared with the previous quarter.
Marc Ostwald, strategist at ADM Investor Services, says the preliminary reading of the U.K.'s second quarter GDP is unlikely to change the outlook for rates.
Business Roundtable president John Engler, discusses the current economic situation in the U.S., and what really matters. He shares his opinions on the Export-Import Bank.
BANGALORE, July 24- India's economic growth will accelerate this fiscal year but economists in a Reuters poll trimmed their forecasts, tempering their optimism the first majority government in three decades would quickly bring in reforms and spur business investment.
Shen Jian Guang, Greater China Chief Economist at Mizuho, says China will likely hit its growth target with stronger stimulus fueling economic activity in the second half of 2014.
S.KOREA FINANCE MINISTRY CUTS 2014 GDP FORECAST TO 3.7 PCT FROM 4.1 PCT; SEES 2015 GDP GROWTH AT 4.0 PCT.
SEJONG, South Korea, July 24- South Korea unveiled stimulus measures on Thursday to prop up slowing economic growth, including plans to boost public spending by some $11 billion and ease mortgage borrowing rules.
SEOUL, July 24- Following are details of the advance estimates of South Korea's gross domestic product for the April-June period from the central bank, the Bank of Korea: OVER PREVIOUS QUARTER, SEASONALLY ADJUSTED.
SEOUL, July 23- South Korea's economy likely posted its weakest growth in more than a year in the June quarter, with a deadly ferry accident hitting consumption and offsetting a modest recovery in exports. The Bank of Korea is confident the second quarter will prove to be the trough for Asia's fourth-largest economy, but the government is less sanguine.
David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, remains optimistic on the mainland despite a new report showing that China's debt has soared to two and a half times its economy.
FINANCE MINISTER SAYS ECONOMY CONTRACTED BY 5 PCT IN THE FIRST SIX MONTHS OF THE YEAR, SEES GDP FALLING BY 6.5 PCT THIS YEAR.
Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist Asia Pacific at Standard and Poor's Ratings Services, explains why higher growth data may not benefit China.
Raymond Yeung, senior economist for Greater China at ANZ, says China can achieve 7.5 percent GDP growth in 2014, as the momentum in the economy "clearly picked up" in the second quarter.
HONG KONG, July 16- China shares posted their first losses in four sessions on Wednesday, as investors rotated out of recent outperformers ahead of a new batch of initial public offerings. Investors largely shrugged off the announcement that China's economy grew slightly faster than expected in the second quarter.
*Intel stock up more than 4 pct after beating estimates. SYDNEY, July 16- Asian stocks held stubbornly steady on Wednesday after China reported economic growth that was just ahead of market expectations, drawing a sigh of relief from investors rather than outright applause.
*Huadian Power jumps on positive profit alert. HONG KONG, July 16- Hong Kong and China shares eked out slim gains by midday on Wednesday, after China reported that second-quarter economic growth was slightly faster than market expectations.
Alaistair Chan, Economist at Moody's Analytics, says issues like overcapacity and deflationary pressures will compel Beijing to unleash more stimulus measures in the months ahead.