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Last updated: Jan. 27, 16:00 Page 4 of 7
Rebound in late 2020 also fuelled industrial production, benefiting China
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Estimates that China will soon overtake the U.S. in total economic heft depend on it maintaining current growth trends, and poor demographics will make it difficult to hold the lead
By Mike Bird
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Isabel Schnabel emerges as key ally for president Christine Lagarde in building consensus
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
‘Hunt for yield is on’ as deluge of stimulus sends investors in search of returns
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 23, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
The Communist Party’s success in reclaiming the narrative has proved to the world its ability to rally the people to its side, no matter how stumbling its actions might be.
By Li Yuan
The New York Times,  Jan. 22, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Kaja Kallas’s centre-right party will form coalition with centre-left
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Beijing has become more active in cases and cast itself as a defender of the group’s top court
By Chuin-Wei Yap
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Lawmakers in both parties say a comprehensive bill would hit hurdles, but a narrower deal centered on Dreamers might be possible
By Michelle Hackmanand Siobhan Hughes
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 23, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Surging optimism about a boom in 2021 depends on heavy public spending and a rapid rollout of new Covid vaccines
By FT
Financial Times,  Jan. 23, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
While Democrats have vowed to repeal the former president’s signature 2017 law, his successor is more likely to tinker with it, given constraints.
By Jim Tankersley
The New York Times,  Jan. 22, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Charts show the U.K. economy came into the coronavirus pandemic weaker than its peers after years of uncertainty over Brexit. Then, it was hurt more by shutdowns because of its dependence on recreational spending for growth.
By Jason Douglas and Andrew Barnett
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Their shared history and views set the stage for the closest working relationship between the Fed and Treasury in years
By Nick Timiraos
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 25, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
In 2011, Tahrir Square was at the vanguard of popular uprisings known as the Arab Spring. But hopes for a democratic Egypt were crushed and the historic square given a sterile new look.
By Declan Walsh
The New York Times,  Jan. 23, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Higher commodity prices are benefiting grain farmers but could lead to higher prices at the grocery store
By Jesse Newman
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 22, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
Controversy around the bill led the government to seek a way to help migrants change dollars while protecting the Bank of Mexico’s autonomy
By Juan Montes
The Wall Street Journal,  Jan. 22, 2021    E-mail this to a Friend
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