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By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters | March 16, 2015
By Koh Gui Qing and Kevin Yao, Reuters | March 5, 2015
China plans to run its biggest budget deficit since the global financial crisis, trying to usher in a "new normal."
By Gertrude Chavez-Dreyfuss, Reuters | March 4, 2015
U.S. private employers added fewer jobs than expected, but outlook remains bright.
By Andrew Wilkinson | February 19, 2015
The latest regional manufacturing survey from the Philadelphia Federal Reserve appears lacking in conviction one way or the other. The regional survey pointed to a less upbeat view from respondents as opposed to a more downbeat reflection.
By Stephen Kirkland | February 17, 2015
By Andrea Wong, Bloomberg | February 2, 2015
The dollar fell after a rising stretch after a concerning manufacturing report and whispers of Greek debt and EU turmoil.
By Agnieszka de Sousa, Bloomberg | January 12, 2015
Copper dropped below $6,000 a metric ton for the first time in more than five years, following a broad retreat in commodities as oil slumped and investors speculated that demand is weakening in China.
By Shobhana Chandra, Bloomberg | January 7, 2015
By Andrew Wilkinson | January 6, 2015
The ISM non-manufacturing composite index eased to 56.2 or by 3.1-points and falling short of an estimated 58.0 according to the Bloomberg survey of economists.
By Daniel Kruger, Bloomberg | December 3, 2014
Ten-year note yields increased from an almost a six-week low after the November ISM factory index report showed the second-strongest level since April 2011.