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China’s central bank made the announcement on its website, saying that the one-year bank lending rate would drop 0.25 percentage point to 5.35 percent.
By DAVID BARBOZA
The New York Times,  Mar. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
House passes bill to extend Homeland Security funding
By Barney Jopson in Washington
Financial Times,  Feb. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Hours after China's central bank cut interest rates to battle slowing growth and rising deflationary risk, an official survey showed on Sunday that activity in China's factory sector contracted for a second straight month in February.
By REUTERS
The New York Times,  Feb. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The U.S. is providing spy-satellite imagery to Ukraine to help in its fight against Russia-backed rebels, but with a catch: the images are degraded to avoid provoking Russia or compromising U.S. secrets.
By Adam Entous and Julian E. Barnes
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 27, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Dividends have been overlooked in the return to the 1999 peak
By James Mackintosh, Investment Editor
Financial Times,  Feb. 27, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
A new paper says high-growth financial industries hurt the broader economy by dragging down overall growth and curbing productivity.
By GRETCHEN MORGENSON
The New York Times,  Mar. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
But rival conspiracy theories pitch Kremlin against the west
By Kathrin Hille in Moscow
Financial Times,  Feb. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
China cut interest rates for the second time in less than four months, in a fresh sign that the country’s leadership is becoming more aggressive in trying to arrest flagging economic growth.
By Lingling Wei
The Wall Street Journal,  Mar. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
U.S. stocks fell Friday, but still ended February with their biggest monthly percentage gains in more than two years.
By Corrie Driebusch
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 27, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Demand for dollars from Chinese companies grows
By Patrick McGee in Hong Kong and Michael Hunter in London
Financial Times,  Feb. 27, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
The first full-year budget of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government promised a major increase in public spending on infrastructure and a lowering of the corporate tax rate, but it failed to offer any dramatic reforms.
By ELLEN BARRY and NEHA THIRANI BAGRI
The New York Times,  Mar. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Policy makers are taking drastic measures to revive the economy, resulting in financial transactions that seem upside-down.
By DANNY HAKIM and PETER EAVIS
The New York Times,  Mar. 01, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Despite their performance record, the promise of higher returns with lower risk — or even zero risk — beckons.
By JAMES B. STEWART
The New York Times,  Feb. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
Currencies in some of the world’s biggest emerging markets tumbled Friday, as investors fret over slowing economies and signals that central banks are willing to take extra stimulus measures to juice up growth.
By Carolyn Cui
The Wall Street Journal,  Feb. 28, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
ECB’s policy expected to shake up FX markets
By Michael Hunter
Financial Times,  Feb. 27, 2015    E-mail this to a Friend
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