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Even an $86bn fortune cannot solve the world’s problems if aid budgets are cut
By Andrew Jack
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Risk of excessive optimism as China reports strong headline GDP growth
By Gabriel Wildau in Beijing
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
A leadership shuffle in the Communist Party could hint at its commitment to an economic overhaul, but Xi Jinping’s growing power may hinder that effort.
By KEITH BRADSHER
The New York Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
During his time in charge, the LSE’s market capitalisation has gone from £800m nearly £14bn.
By Philip Stafford
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Real estate development helped put the economy in a good place but is the demand sustainable?
By Tom Hancock in Hainan and Gabriel Wildau in Shanghai
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Bank’s covered bond will be its first in three years and follows NBG’s €750m bond sale
By Thomas Hale
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
The IMF and World Bank meetings mixed optimism about the global economy with plenty of concerns
By Mohamed El-Erian
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Much of the growth in Romania is the product of a consumer bonanza, and economists worry that the good times cannot last given a lack of investment.
By PETER S. GOODMAN
The New York Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Swiss consumer giant says it struggled in the U.S., its largest market
By Brian Blackstone and Anthony Shevlin
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
And when China’s most powerful leader in 40 years endorses a philosopher, even a long-dead Confucian one, people rush to take action.
By IAN JOHNSON
The New York Times,  Oct. 18, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Former Tony Blair adviser forms Labour-led coalition with support from minor parties
By Edward White in Taipei and Jamie Smyth in Sydney
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Overall unemployment was 5.5 at per cent
By Edward White
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
ACS-controlled construction group seeks to beat €16.3bn offer from Atlantia
By Michael Stothard in Madrid
Financial Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
To keep near-term growth steady, Beijing has delayed fixing some of its long-running problems
By Lingling Wei
The Wall Street Journal,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
Some Republicans see the rules on unwinding failing banks as another bailout. But a global perspective reveals some reasons to keep them in place.
By GINA CHON
The New York Times,  Oct. 19, 2017    E-mail this to a Friend
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