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China’s factory rebound – ReutersTV

May 22 – The latest HSBC/Markit flash PMI handily beat forecasts, falling just shy of the break-even 50 mark. But any celebration may be premature, says Reuters’ Jon Gordon.  – Reuters TV (click here if video is not observable)

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May Day around the globe – Reuters

Workers around the world call for higher wages and better working conditions as they mark May Day. Deborah Lutterbeck reports. – Reuters (click here if video is not observable)

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Fixing Japan Inc – Reuters Breaking Views

Oct. 8 – Fresh off a trip to Asia, Rob Cox talks with Richard Beales about three recent M&A deals that show signs of overdue change in corporate Japan. – ReutersTV (click here if video is not observable)

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Lagarde on debt ceiling, bank liquidity and paths to growth

IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde talks to Chrystia Freeland, editor of Thomson Reuters Consumer News, about the challenges of regulatory arbitrage, the need to promote job-based economic growth and the dire dangers from the U.S. debt ceiling fight.   – ReutersTV … Continue reading

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Cue Nonfarm Payrolls

Reuters Poll = 93K average Range = 25K (BNP) – 145K (Nomura) (click here if video is not observable)

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China’s New Leaders

Excellent Reuters graphic on China’s new leadership. The Washington Post opines on China’s new leadership, Those hoping this week-long party congress would send a clear signal in favor of openness and change were largely disappointed that the final Standing Committee … Continue reading

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Europe’s New “Iron Curtain”

Today’s must read Reuters piece raises the spectre of a Europe “fragmenting faster than policymakers can repair it.”   Paul Taylor, the author, warns The leaders agreed that the euro zone’s permanent bailout fund, the 500 billion euro ($620 billion) … Continue reading

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