2016: THE NEXT GLOBAL RECESSION
Stocks declined around the world for a second day and the yen advanced after China's efforts to prop up its stock market failed to quell investor misgivings over the strength of the global economy.
Investor optimism in Europe proved short-lived as shares in the region erased an advance of more than 1 percent, while U.S. equity-index futures pointed to further declines after the Standard & Poor's 500 Index posted its sixth-worst start to a year in data compiled by Bloomberg going back to 1927. The yen strengthened against all its major counterparts on demand for the safest assets and gold gained a second day. Industrial metals advanced after China's authorities succeeded in…
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South Korea's economy has been pushing to shed its heavy reliance on coal and nuclear power, with the latest target coming on top of a 2017 plan to increase the amount of renewables in its energy mix to 20 percent by 2030.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), has forecast the UAE’s nominal Gross Domestic Product (GDP) to grow 4.7 percent to AED1.673 trillion in 2019, compared to AED1.589 trillion a year ago.
the goods and services deficit was $49.4 billion in February, down $1.8 billion from $51.1 billion in January,
BHGE - U.S. Rig Count is down 10 rigs from last week to 1,012, with oil rigs down 8 to 825, gas rigs down 2 to 187, and miscellaneous rigs unchanged at 0. Canada Rig Count unchanged from last week at 66, with oil rigs up 1 to 19 and gas rigs down 1 to 47.