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eNewsChannels NEWS: -- After the poorest quarterly performance in almost three decades during the period from April to June this year, Gentry Wilson Partners analysts say China is clearly facing serious economic challenges. The world's second largest economy was once the most rapidly expanding, benefitting from inexpensive labor and sizeable government spending on infrastructure.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Ward Henderson Management - German economy shows signs of weakening further due to downside risks. In May, an important indicator of overall economic health, declined by more than expected. Germany's manufacturing industry reported poor growth, prompting concerns about the Eurozone's economic wellbeing.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Warrington Shaw says Singapore's exports hurt by falling demand from China as trade war escalates. A recent dramatic decline in Singapore's exports has underlined the seriousness of economic problems in Asia. Singapore is traditionally one of the world's most trade-dependent economies and economists at Warrington Shaw say this makes it a good gauge for the health of other economies in the region.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Analysts at Taipei, Taiwan based Ward Henderson Management say recent developments in the trade war between the U.S. and China and trade problems between the US and other countries may prompt the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut interest rates during the course of this year.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- The writing was on the wall for Singapore's economy when the country's non-oil exports extended their double-digit decline for the second straight month prompting renewed concern from Radford Taylor Partners analysts that GDP forecasts would be cut for 2019.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Warrington Shaw analysts say U.S. farmers will miss out on more earning potential as China hits back at Trump's punitive import tariffs. U.S. farmers have stood firmly behind Trump and his efforts to broker a better trade deal with China.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Ward Henderson Management analysts say relief brought by Brexit extension could come at a hefty price. Last month, with less than 48 hours before the originally scheduled date of departure, European Union leaders agreed to extend the Brexit deadline to 31 October this year with a review scheduled for the end of June.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Taipei, Taiwan based investment house, Radford Taylor Partners is pleased to announce that it plans to attend this year's Future of Financial Services Conference in Hong Kong. The one-day conference will take place on the 4th of June this year and will bring together 250 of the country's most esteemed technology and business luminaries from leading banks and institutions in the region.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Taipei, Taiwan based Warrington Shaw is pleased to announce that it plans to attend this year's 2019 Asia FundForum which will take place in Hong Kong. The three-day event will run from the 14th to the 16th of October and forms part of one the world's leading investment management events, the FundForum Series.
eNewsChannels NEWS: -- Taiwan-based investment house, Ward Henderson Management is pleased to announce that it will hold a photography competition to celebrate World Intellectual Property Day. World Intellectual Property Day is observed by the United Nations to create awareness about how intellectual property promotes innovation and creativity.
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