South Korea consumer confidence ebbs in December

The consumer sentiment index in South Korea slipped to 103.9 in December from a 5-month high of 107.9 a month earlier, the Bank of Korea said on Tuesday (Dec. 28). The reading above 100 means there are still more people optimistic about

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Japan GDP shrinks more than expected in Q3 2021

Japan’s economy shrank at a faster pace than first estimated as a COVID-19 state of emergency sapped private consumption- which makes up more than half of gross domestic product- and a global chip crunch hit car exports, government data showed.

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US inflation tops 5% for fifth straight month

The annual inflation rate in the US surged to 6.2% last month, hitting a three-decade high and above forecasts of 5.8%, the Labor Department reported Wednesday (Nov. 10). Energy costs recording the biggest gain (30%), namely gasoline (49.6%). Inflation also

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Green investing could be the next financial bubble

High-profile economist Arvind Subramanian is warning about the risks associated with large-scale ESG and climate financing. In a commentary for Project Syndicate on Jan.3, the former chief economic adviser to the Indian government, argues that private climate finance is posing serious risks to global markets and the world needs to wake up to the danger



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