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TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's export orders likely declined for an eighth straight month in June, a Reuters poll showed, as soft global electronic demand continued to hurt the export-reliant island's economy. The median forecast from the poll of 10 ...
Japan's core inflation hits two-year low, might push BOJ to ease again soon
By Kaori Kaneko TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's core inflation slowed to its weakest in about two years in June, data showed on Friday, underlining the nation's long battle to boost consumer prices and adding to speculation the Bank of Japan could deliver ...
BMW, Tencent to open computing center in China for self-driving cars
BEIJING (Reuters) - German automaker BMW and Chinese online gaming giant Tencent Holdings <0700.HK> are teaming up to launch a computing center in China that will help develop self-driving cars in the world’s biggest auto market, the companies said ...
Dollar on back foot after Fed shores up bets on large rate cut
By Hideyuki Sano TOKYO (Reuters) - The dollar steadied on Friday but was still on the defensive after Federal Reserve officials bolstered expectations of an aggressive rate cut this month to address weakening price pressures. At a central banking ...
South Korea urges Japan to accept request for talks over export controls
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Trade Ministry urged Japan on Friday to accept its request for another round of talks over Tokyo's tighter export controls, which are seen threatening global microchip and smartphone display supply chains. Japan has ...
Australian developer LendLease lands $15 billion project with Google; shares surge
By Aby Jose Koilparambil (Reuters) - Australia's LendLease Group on Thursday said it secured a contract with Alphabet Inc's Google to develop $15 billion worth of residential and retail space in Silicon Valley, sending the builder's stock to a more ...
Sliding Japan exports, manufacturing gloom heighten economic risks
By Tetsushi Kajimoto TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's exports fell yet again in June, while manufacturers' confidence crumbled to a three-year low this month as a Sino-U.S. tariff row, slowing China growth and rising trade protectionism heaped pressure on ...
Southwest schedules without Boeing 737 MAX until Nov. 2, freezes pilot hiring
By Tracy Rucinski (Reuters) - Southwest Airlines Co joined U.S. rivals on Thursday in cancelling more flights until early November due to the continued grounding of Boeing Co's 737 MAX, which has also prompted the low-cost carrier to freeze new ...
Dollar takes a spill on rate-cut view by Fed's Williams
By Richard Leong NEW YORK (Reuters) - The dollar fell broadly on Thursday as an influential Federal Reserve official bolstered bets on a preemptive interest rate cut later this month because rates and inflation are low even as the U.S. economy has ...
U.S. labor market strong; mid-Atlantic manufacturing rebounds
By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits increased moderately last week, pointing to still strong labor market conditions despite signs that economic activity was slowing. Other ...