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Oct 12, 2014

China offers hint of growth prospects, Germany expects more bad news

LONDON (Reuters) – China’s economy, the second largest in the world, gets a spot check this week with a barrage of data due that should indicate how successful Beijing has been in supporting growth.

It may be even more pertinent than usual, given that the Federal Reserve has been surprisingly cautious about the U.S. economy and with euro zone powerhouse Germany suddenly appearing to stagger.

Oct 10, 2014

Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page comes up with a whole lotta book

LONDON, Oct 10 (Reuters) – Truth be told, it will take a
pretty strong fan of Jimmy Page and his erstwhile band Led
Zeppelin to buy the celebrated rock guitarist’s new book.

Weighing in at just shy of 3 kg (more than six and a half
pounds) and containing some 650 photographs, “Jimmy Page” is
appropriately heavy for the man who popularised the hard-rock
guitar riff.

Sep 24, 2014

New Pink Floyd album, first in 20 years, due in November

LONDON (Reuters) – Pink Floyd, the British progressive rock group whose “Dark Side of the Moon” is one of the best selling records of all time, has announced its first new studio album in 20 years will be released on Nov 11.

“The Endless River” is a tribute to Rick Wright, the band’s keyboardist who died in 2008, the band said on its website.

Aug 20, 2014

Analysis – Still awash with cash, world economies take turn for the worse

LONDON (Reuters) – China’s economy is slowing. The euro zone’s is a flat line. Japan’s sank in the second quarter. Britain has wage deflation. The U.S. economy is ticking over at best.

In a world preoccupied by geopolitical crises – from Ukraine, Iraq and Gaza to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa – the global economy has taken something of a back seat. But there are increasing signs it is in trouble despite being awash with cash from record low interest rates.

    • About Jeremy

      "Chief Desk Editor, Economics & Markets, based in London. Previously European Investment Correspondent, Bureau Chief for Greece and Cyprus in Athens and Senior Correspondent for the European Union in Brussels. Began career covering U.S. politics in Washington D.C."
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      State Street Investment Correspondent of the Year, 2007
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