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Global Economic News from the Financial Times

  1. China house prices rise 5.2 per cent in February
  2. Japan notches 15th month of export growth but shipments to China slide
  3. A call for caution on the end of eurozone stimulus
    There is still a long way to go to repair the damage of the past decade
  4. Global financial regulator presses pause on new rules
    Financial Stability Board will keep its eye on crypto-assets, says Mark Carney
  5. Trump tariffs, EU summit, central bank rates
    Your FT guide to this week’s big events
  6. Steel tariffs strain India’s ties with Trump
    Both countries accuse the other of breaching WTO rules
  7. In a trade war Germany is the weakest link
    Steel tariffs are a side show — extra duty on car exports could devastate the EU
  8. Fed eyes lift in pace of rate rises at first Powell meeting
    Analysts expect bullish statement amid hints of four rate rises in 2018
  9. Bribery allegations dog Greek elite
    Tsipras seen using corruption claims to broaden campaign against former politicians
  10. Federal Reserve meeting to set tone for markets and investors
    Jay Powell will hold his first press conference as chair of the US central bank

Financial Market News from the Financial Times

  1. Saudi Arabia’s existential crisis returns as US shale booms anew 
    Kingdom seeks higher prices that risks greater North American production 
  2. Dropbox IPO is yet another corporate governance low point
    The ‘one-share, one-vote’ proposition is a victim of competition between exchanges
  3. Kraft Heinz, PepsiCo and others fail to name palm-oil producers
    Greenpeace surveyed 16 consumer goods companies about the origins of the raw material
  4. Fast Asia Open: Japan, South Korea trade data
  5. Central banks are right to consider the merits of digital cash
    The tenacity of bitcoin reflects dissatisfaction with current payment systems
  6. Fed tightening drives one-year yields to crisis-era levels
    Short-dated bills reach highs not seen since 2008 when central bank cut rates aggressively
  7. Thoughts for the weekend
  8. Russia bond sales allow payment in alternative currencies
    Provision designed to protect bondholders from new sanctions
  9. Week in Review, March 17
    Unilever moves to Rotterdam; Google’s flying cars, Theranos, Airbus and The Pru also in the news
  10. Week ahead: Fed rates, EU Brexit summit, BoE decision