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Analysis: Fed-watching gives Asian central banks cause to pause

31 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's central bankers have yet another reason to hesitate now that the U.S. Federal Reserve looks likely to keep interest rates low for longer.

Fed-watching gives Asian central banks cause to pause

30 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's central bankers have yet another reason to hesitate now that the U.S. Federal Reserve looks likely to keep interest rates low for longer.

Analysis: Fed-watching gives Asian central banks cause to pause

30 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's central bankers have yet another reason to hesitate now that the U.S. Federal Reserve looks likely to keep interest rates low for longer.

ANALYSIS-Fed-watching gives Asian central banks cause to pause

30 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE, Jan 30 Asia's central bankers have yet another reason to hesitate now that the U.S. Federal Reserve looks likely to keep interest rates low for longer.

Analysis: Asia's economic growth slipping into neutral

19 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's economic growth may be settling into a middling pace that is too slow to provide significant global support but too fast to warrant aggressive policy easing.

Asia's economic growth slipping into neutral

19 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's economic growth may be settling into a middling pace that is too slow to provide significant global support but too fast to warrant aggressive policy easing.

Asia's economic growth slipping into neutral

19 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's economic growth may be settling into a middling pace that is too slow to provide significant global support but too fast to warrant aggressive policy easing.

Analysis - Asia's economic growth slipping into neutral

19 Jan 2012

SINGAPORE Asia's economic growth may be settling into a middling pace that is too slow to provide significant global support but too fast to warrant aggressive policy easing.

Analysis: China's housing slowdown to cut a big hole in GDP

18 Jan 2012

China's cooling property market could shave more than 2 percentage points off 2012 growth, forcing Beijing to decide just how badly it wants to keep the economy expanding at more than 8 percent a year.

China's housing slowdown to cut a big hole in GDP growth

18 Jan 2012

China's cooling property market could shave more than 2 percentage points off 2012 growth, forcing Beijing to decide just how badly it wants to keep the economy expanding at more than 8 percent a year.

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