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  1. FILE PHOTO - Woman on a mobile phone walks past a Marriott hotel in Hangzhou

    Marriott cuts current-quarter forecast on weak North America demand

    U.S. hotel chain Marriott International Inc's quarterly revenue slipped on Monday, as fewer people booked its rooms across the world.
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    Dow ends at record high as Wal-Mart surges on forecast

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    Inequality, low wages weaken global growth: IMF

  4. View of Frankfurt's financial district as the Ifo business confidence indicator rose to 105.5 points

    German business morale hits five-and-a-half year high

    German business confidence rose to its highest level in more than five and a half years in March, a regular survey showed Monday (Mar 27), beating ...
  5. People walk past the skyline of Marina Bay central business district in Singapore

    Analysts boost Singapore's 2017 growth forecast to 2.3%: MAS survey

    Economists polled in the quarterly survey say they also expect the unemployment rate to be 2.4 per cent at year-end.
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    China's industrial output up 6.3% on-year in Jan-Feb, beating forecasts

    Analysts polled by Reuters had predicted factory output would growth 6.2 per cent in the first two months this year, picking up from December's ...
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    Singapore's tourism numbers hit historic high in 2016

    Both visitor arrivals and tourism receipts exceeded forecasts despite challenging economic conditions last year, says the Singapore Tourism Board.
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    2017 investments likely to remain similar to last year's: EDB

    EDB says it will seek to consolidate Singapore's position as a high value manufacturing base by capturing opportunities in advanced manufacturing.
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    Commentary: Does it matter when economists get their predictions wrong?

    With economists' predictions often missing the mark, Channel NewsAsia's David Bottomley suggests it's time for the financial sector to look at how ...