News Headline Summary
European news of note from this weekend...
- Italy’s technocrat prime minister Mario Monti has ended weeks of speculation over his future by declaring his readiness to shed his neutrality and office early next year if he sees “credible” support emerging for his reform programme.
- The European Commission will propose giving Spain, France and several other Eurozone states more time to cut their public deficits below the target limit of 3% of GDP.
- IMF said it foresees France's 2013 budget deficit at 3.5% of GDP and France's financial stability concerns are abated considerably.
22:20, 23 Dec 2012 -
05:36, 24 Dec 2012
China Life Insurance (601628 CH) outlook revised to negative by S&P, reaffirm 'AA-' rating
05:16, 24 Dec 2012
Shanghai new home sales rises 27% on week, according to Uwin
05:00, 24 Dec 2012
Singapore CPI (Nov) Y/Y 3.6% vs. Exp. 3.8% (Prev. 4.0%)
04:09, 24 Dec 2012
Hang Seng preliminary close, up 0.16% at 22,541.18
03:44, 24 Dec 2012
Pakistan shares Afghanistan's goal of transforming the Taliban into a political movement, according to a senior Afghan government
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