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New Zealand exports hit two-year high

Daily briefing: Manchester bomber ID’d, Trump-Russia and Alibaba

Children caught in fatal blast after Ariana Grande concert in northern English [...]

Reminder: A “normalised” Fed balance sheet won’t be normal-sized

IMF and euro area discuss Greek cash lifeline

Initiative aims to underpin bailout while delaying sensitive talks on debt [...]

Alarm at India plan to tax solar panels higher than coal

Renewables sector and foreign investors complain GST will drive up [...]

Why investors downplay US debt binge risks

Company borrowing at near-record levels offset by lower leverage [...]

Renaissance for the euro as Trump trade falters

Macron’s win helps transform the currency’s fortunes, making it the top G10 [...]

‘Euphoric’: German business confidence at highest level on record – Ifo

PMIs point to healthy eurozone growth

‘No let-up in economic growth’: German business surveys beat expectations

Greek bond yields rise as creditor talks break down

French businesses report strongest activity in six years

US investors warm up to Europe but are not yet convinced

American investors are likely to play an important role in shaping how far European stocks can [...]

Japan manufacturing growth dips in May

Greek creditors fail to reach debt relief deal

Daily briefing: Trump in Israel, Ford shake-up and an American princeling

US president touts peace efforts in Israel after siding with Sunni states v [...]

Five suggestions for avoiding another banking collapse

EU underlines Portugal’s recovery from debt crisis

Country no longer in breach of bloc’s budget rules as confidence in economy [...]

The geostrategic economics of One Belt, One Road

China’s infrastructure plan will add up to more than the sum of its [...]

Italy’s Padoan warns Europe not to waste Macron momentum

Rome agrees with French suggestions to improve working of single currency [...]

Portugal exits EU budget procedure six years after bailout

Egyptian pound ‘cheapest in EM’ after central bank hikes rates – RenCap

Daily briefing: Trump in Saudi, North Korea missile  

US president signs an arms deal with his hosts before turning his fire on [...]

The case for US higher taxes

The biggest growth surge in recent memory happened against a backdrop of rising tax [...]

Rising food prices add to political pressures in Kenya

Fears grow about impact of election on East Africa’s biggest [...]

It is time to talk about eurobonds again

The ability to issue debt is implied in Macron’s call for a fiscal [...]

Athens calls on creditors to strike a deal

Greece says it has pushed through painful reforms and upheld bailout [...]

Trump’s foreign visit, eurozone PMIs, M&S reports, G7 in Sicily

US president to meet senior EU leaders as part of first foreign state [...]

Brazil stocks: no time for Temerity

The markets are for the brave in a country once again facing political [...]

Bullard: Data suggest Fed rate rise path may be ‘overly aggressive’

Less than meets the eye

May’s new Conservatism not yet turned into concrete [...]

Indonesia rated investment grade by all major agencies as S&P upgrades

Temer allegations push Brazil into uncharted waters

President’s ability to avoid trouble sometimes seemed too good to be [...]

Moody’s turns optimistic on Portugal’s quiet recovery

Eurozone financial integration stalled in 2016 – ECB

Call for transparency on ECB corporate bond buying

MEPs want to dispel any concerns of benefits to small group of favoured [...]

Malaysia’s economy tops growth expectations grows in Q1

Greek parliament backs reform package

Daily briefing: Trump witch-hunt; Nafta talks; Brazil shock

Republicans are worried the scandals engulfing the White House could consume their [...]

ECB officials clash over QE communications

Chief economist asks bank to stay tight-lipped over €2.3tn asset purchase [...]

Trump administration triggers renegotiation of Nafta

Mexico and Canada say they welcome the chance to modernise the 23-year-old trade [...]

White House notifies Congress of intent to start Nafta renegotiation talks

QE clash brews between ECB doves Praet and Cœuré

Guest post: Why monetary policy should go green

Cost ‘disease’ and its cures

The late William Baumol’s insight leads to surprising [...]