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Economic Recovery Likely To Boost Gold Demand In India This Year: WGC

Initial data about the Dhanteras festival in November suggest that while jewellery demand was still below average, it had substantially recovered from the lows seen in the second quarter (April-June 2020) of last year

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Renault Sales Fell 21.3% In 2020, Focus On Profitability In 2021

The drop in sales outstripped the 14.2% fall in sales for all producers globally last year.

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China's Export Growth Seen Slowing In December; Imports Steady: Poll

Imports likely rose 5% in December versus a year ago, the poll showed, still at a moderate pace but marginally higher than 4.5% in the previous month.

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Global Shares Soar To Record Highs On Global Recovery Hopes

Europe's Euro STOXX 600 opened up 0.7%, with Frankfurt's index up 0.8% after German industrial output and exports rose in November.

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Micron Forecasts Second-Quarter Revenue Above Estimates

Shares of the Boise, Idaho-based company rose 1.4% in after-market trading, buoyed by strong demand for Micron's memory chips for laptops and server chips for data centers.

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Global economy to expand by 4 pc in 2021: World Bank

Global economy to expand by 4 pc in 2021: World Bank

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Global Stocks Fall As Investors Brace For Possible 'Blue Sweep' In Georgia

Futures for the S&P 500 fell 0.8%, while Nasdaq futures shed 1.6% on fears Democrats could pursue tighter regulations on big tech firms.

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Singapore Set For Slow Recovery From Pandemic After Worst Recession

GDP grew 2.1% on a quarter-on-quarter seasonally adjusted basis in October-December, slowing from the 9.5% expansion in the third quarter.

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COVID-19 Shook, Rattled And Rolled The Global Economy In 2020

COVID-19 infection levels were effectively suppressed through strict but relatively brief lockdowns, allowing unemployment rates to remain low.

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Asian Shares Set To Finish 2020 At Record High, Riskier Currencies In Favor

MSCI's gauge of Asia-Pacific shares excluding Japan rose 0.1% to its latest peak, having explored fresh territory repeatedly late in the year. But year-end trading was typically thin.

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2020 In Review: Industry Reactions

The pandemic has transformative impacts on many businesses. Despite all the challenges due to the situation, many people have jumped into startups.

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Unitedworld School of Law renews focus towards legal education amid COVID-19

Unitedworld School of Law renews focus towards legal education amid COVID-19

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Singapore's November Exports Fall 4.9% In Year's Biggest Drop

The analysts said they expected exports from the city-state to rise 3.6% year-on-year in 2020, below the government's official forecast range of 4% to 4.5% growth.

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Japan Inc Shakes Off Initial COVID-19 Gloom But Resurgence Hits Capex, Hiring - BOJ Survey

Companies also plan to slash new graduate hiring by 6.1% in the year beginning in April, the survey showed, which would be the most cautious hiring plan since the collapse of Lehman Brothers shook the global economy in 2010.

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Global Economic Outlook - 2021: A V-Shaped Recovery Is Unlikely. Long And Difficult Ascent Ahead

Reversing the broad-based economic downturn in several sectors and tackling effectively the substantial financial distress in the MSE sectors - might pose a formidable challenge for emerging economies.

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