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Dec 17, 2014

China likely to cut interest rates by March to spur economy – Reuters poll

By Sumanta Dey

(Reuters) – The People’s Bank of China will cut interest rates again by March, two-thirds of the economists in a Reuters poll said.

China’s central bank surprised financial markets on Nov. 21 by cutting rates, for the first time in two years, in a bid to get faster growth in the world’s second largest economy – expanding at its slowest pace in nearly 25 years – and thwart deflation risks.

Dec 17, 2014
Dec 17, 2014
Dec 5, 2014
Dec 5, 2014
Dec 5, 2014

Dollar rally to weaken Indian rupee over next year; yuan to rise: Reuters poll

BENGALURU (Reuters) – The Indian rupee will fall further against the dollar over coming months, according to analysts in a Reuters poll who predict a broad dollar rally based on expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates later in 2015.

For its part, the Reserve Bank of India hinted this week that a rate cut was possible early next year if inflation continued to slow and the government met its deficit target. That sent government bond yields to their lowest since mid-2013.

Dec 5, 2014
Dec 5, 2014

Dollar rally to weaken Indian rupee over next year; yuan to rise

BENGALURU, Dec 5 (Reuters) – The Indian rupee will fall
further against the dollar over coming months, according to
analysts in a Reuters poll who predict a broad dollar rally
based on expectations the Federal Reserve will raise interest
rates later in 2015.

For its part, the Reserve Bank of India hinted this week
that a rate cut was possible early next year if inflation
continued to slow and the government met its deficit target.
That sent government bond yields to their lowest since mid-2013.

Dec 3, 2014
Dec 3, 2014
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      "Sumanta Dey is poll and economic data correspondent for Asia on the Reuters Polls team. Based out of Bangalore, he is responsible for overseeing polling efforts in the region as well as handling several key projects. He first joined the Bangalore newsroom in 2006 and returned after a stint at software giant Infosys, where he managed analytics projects of a global consumer products manufacturer. He holds an economics degree from Bangalore University."
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