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  • BOJ must maintain stimulus but with eye on risks-OECD Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015 | 10:00 PM ET

    The global think tank also warned that without a credible plan to rein in its huge public debt, Japan may face a bond market sell-off that could hit banks with huge bond holdings. Aggressive purchases by the BOJ, which now holds a quarter of Japan's government bond market, have kept borrowing costs low but that will not last indefinitely, leaving the country...

  • SEOUL, April 15- South Korea's imports of Iranian crude doubled in March from a year earlier but the country's oil shipments from the OPEC country in the first quarter of this year fell 16 percent year- on-year to meet international sanction requirements. Iran and the United States, Britain, France, Russia, China, and Germany reached a preliminary deal on Iran's...

  • *EU to accuse Google of abusing position- FT and Dow Jones. BRUSSELS, April 14- The European Union will accuse Google on Wednesday of abusing its dominant position in Internet searches in Europe, a step that could see the Internet giant fined up to $6.6 billion, the Financial Times and Dow Jones reported on Tuesday. The EU's Competition Commissioner Margrethe...

  • BRUSSELS, April 14- The European Union will accuse Google on Wednesday of abusing its dominant position in Internet searches in Europe, stepping up its high profile five-year investigation of the company, the Financial Times and Dow Jones reported on Tuesday. The EU's Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager will say on Wednesday that Google will soon be...

  • FOREX-Dollar slides on U.S. retail sales, IMF outlook Tuesday, 14 Apr 2015 | 3:16 PM ET

    NEW YORK, April 14- The dollar tumbled on Tuesday, after five straight days of gains, as investors took advantage of weaker-than-expected U.S. retail sales to lighten hefty positions on the greenback that had built up due to expectations of an impending rate increase. The yen, meanwhile, gained broadly, hitting a two-year high against the euro after an economic...

  • WASHINGTON, April 14- The United States plans to appeal a World Trade Organization ruling against its dolphin-safe tuna labeling regime, a spokesman for the U.S Trade Representative said on Tuesday. The United States was pleased that the WTO compliance panel found it was entitled to disqualify tuna caught by the method used by Mexican fishing boats from...

  • TRADE REPRESENTATIVE PLANS TO APPEAL WTO RULING ON DOLPHIN-SAFE CANNED TUNA LABELING- SPOKESMAN.

  • President Barack Obama and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi during a trip to Washington this week for meetings of the IMF and the World Bank, his ministry said on Tuesday. The meetings come as Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras' leftist government seeks to negotiate a deal with its lenders from the European Union and the International Monetary...

  • CARACAS, April 14- Venezuela's state oil company PDVSA has offered to buy oil and gas producer Harvest Natural Resources Inc's stake in the Petrodelta joint venture, a source close to PDVSA said on Tuesday. The company has twice been poised to sell its minority stake but said the OPEC country blocked the transaction. In 2013 a deal with Indonesia's oil company...

  • NEW YORK, April 14- The dollar sank on Tuesday after March U.S. retail sales data, while the strongest in a year, came in below expectations, triggering a sell-off that pulled the greenback down from the prior week's strong gains. At the same time, a second blow to the U.S. economic outlook came from the International Monetary Fund. "I wouldn't be surprised if people...

  • WASHINGTON, April 14- Recent shifts in exchange rates should help the global economy, boosting Japan and Europe in particular, amid increasing divergence in the growth paths of the world's major economies, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday. The Washington- based institution kept its global growth forecasts unchanged, with faster economic...

  • IRAN OIL MINISTER BIJAN ZANGANEH SAYS OPEC SHOULD CUT "AT LEAST 5 PERCENT" FROM ITS DAILY OUTPUT TARGET- SHANA NEWS AGENCY.

  • GENEVA/ WASHINGTON, April 14- The United States must do more to fix its dolphin-safe labels for canned tuna after losing a trade dispute with Mexico, the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday. The United States revamped its labeling rules two years ago after a WTO finding in 2012 that the rules discriminated against Mexico, but the WTO said they still showed...

  • *Overhaul would rename group, end focus on Greece. FRANKFURT/ ATHENS, April 14- A group of European Union experts helping Greece to improve administration and draw more European funding is set to be all but dismantled after the new leftist government refused to cooperate with them, officials have told Reuters. Such a concession to Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras'...

  • WASHINGTON, April 14- The International Monetary Fund highlighted an increasing divergence in the growth paths of the world's major economies this year, as a pick-up in the euro zone and India is expected to be offset by diminished prospects in other key emerging markets. In its flagship World Economic Outlook, the Washington- based institution kept its...

  • GENEVA, April 14- Global goods trade will grow by 3.3 percent this year and by 4.0 percent in 2016, less than previously forecast, mainly due to sluggish economic growth, the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday. "We expect trade to continue its slow recovery but with economic growth still fragile and continued geopolitical tensions, this trend could easily...

  • GENEVA, April 14- Global goods trade will grow by 3.3 percent this year and by 4.0 percent in 2016, less than previously forecast, mainly due to sluggish economic growth, the World Trade Organization said on Tuesday. "We expect trade to continue its slow recovery but with economic growth still fragile and continued geopolitical tensions, this trend could easily...

  • WTO CHIEF ECONOMIST SAYS WTO USES IMF GDP FORECASTS, DOES NOT EXPECT ANY REVISION TO WTO FIGURES FROM IMF'S NEW GDP NUMBERS LATER ON TUESDAY WHICH WILL BE "IN THE SAME BALLPARK".

  • WTO SEES 2016 WORLD TRADE GROWTH AT 4.0 PCT, BELOW ANNUAL AVERAGE OF 5.1 PCT SINCE 1990, BUT RISKS TO FORECASTS ARE MOSTLY ON THE DOWNSIDE.

  • WTO SAYS WORLD TRADE GREW 2.8 PCT IN 2014, BELOW FORECAST OF 3.1 PCT.