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Tuesday 29th July 2014

Japan equities shrug off weak retail sales

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Tuesday 29th July 2014

India must tackle bad bank debts to grow

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Tuesday 29th July 2014

Widodo victory halts Indonesia equities rally

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Tuesday 29th July 2014

Japan equities shrug off weak retail sales

Asian markets continued their summer party ahead of US gross domestic product data due out later in the week, while Japanese equities shrugged off weak retail sales

Tuesday 29th July 2014

India must tackle bad bank debts to grow

Further reforms are needed as banks are capable of supplying less than half the $270bn estimated as necessary to support a more robust rate of growth

Tuesday 29th July 2014

Widodo victory halts Indonesia equities rally

Since Joko Widodo’s victory was confirmed last Tuesday, advances in the stock market, the rupiah and government bonds have stalled

Monday 28th July 2014

Spanish yields fall to two-century low

Across Europe, state borrowing rates have fallen after the ECB cut a key interest rate below zero and introduced a multibillion lending package

Monday 28th July 2014

Argentine ‘holdout’ deal back on table

Holders of more than $4bn of Argentina’s eurobonds have offered to waive the ‘rights upon future offers’ clause to contribute to a settlement

Monday 28th July 2014

Eurozone banks reverse downsizing moves

Figures spark worries that deleveraging has slowed amid criticism that, years after the financial crisis, many in sector are still ‘too big to fail’

Monday 28th July 2014

Greifeld warns on ‘perverted’ dark pools

Bob Greifeld said the average trade size in dark pools, used by big investors to trade block orders, is 187 shares, indicating something is not working

Monday 28th July 2014

Saudi reforms invite access to oil growth

Overseas investors cheer opening up of Saudi Arabia’s stock market, targeted for 2015, which will give direct access to Middle East’s largest economy

Monday 28th July 2014

Dividend run warning keeps Admiral flat

The FTSE 100 fell 3.48 points to 6,788.07, with Aberdeen Asset Management leading the fallers, down 5.3 per cent after a £4bn withdrawal by one client

Monday 28th July 2014

Investors more wary over tech stock run

Companies which have redefined their industry have risen independently of broad malaise, but if growth picks up they face a switch to cyclical strategies