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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. Sweden misses growth forecasts; Q1 GDP falls to 0.4%
  2. Daily briefing: May focuses on Brexit, Macron meets Putin and basketball sharing in China
    Mrs May has accepted the commission’s proposal to hold Brexit talks on June 19
  3. Has the global trade revival run out of puff?
    Trade growth may have peaked, as both emerging and developed economies fail to ignite
  4. China’s shadow banking crackdown shakes markets
    Tougher bank regulator unsettles investors and sharpens fears over financial system
  5. Australian building approvals bounce back in April
  6. Japan household spending falls further but retail purchases pick up
  7. Japan’s jobless rate holds at 23-year low
  8. Draghi ‘firmly convinced’ of need to stick with QE
    Eurozone still needs ‘extraordinary amount of monetary support’, says ECB president
  9. Global debt woes are building up to a tidal wave
    Borrowing in the US is at record highs but the phenomenon is a far wider problem
  10. Swedish banks: Björn to be mild
    The country’s lenders should remain a haven in spite of household debt concerns

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. LSE buys bond analytics business in $685m deal
    Sale will include dominant World Government Bond Index
  2. Euro still suffering after Draghi comments on QE
    Single currency now eyeing a fourth straight day of declines
  3. Further reading
  4. Fast Europe Open: France GDP, Eurozone economic confidence
  5. Euro still suffering after Draghi comments on QE
  6. Daily briefing: May focuses on Brexit, Macron meets Putin and basketball sharing in China
    Mrs May has accepted the commission’s proposal to hold Brexit talks on June 19
  7. Has the global trade revival run out of puff?
    Trade growth may have peaked, as both emerging and developed economies fail to ignite
  8. Asian currencies softer but yen bucks trend to push past ¥111 mark
  9. Fast Asia Open: Japan jobless rate, Australia building approvals
  10. Investors play chicken under China’s falling sky
    The question for many fund managers boils down to party power versus debt pile