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Base metal prices are ending the past month well above recent low levels, but still slightly lower overall, and there has been an additional boost to confidence in the announcement of a "more flexible" policy towards the renminbi.
If the latest measures do succeed in reducing the fiscal deficit to manageable levels without aborting the economic recovery, and if the problems affecting the euro continue, or become even more serious, then sterling may well maintain current levels or even appreciate further.
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Brazil's economy emerged from a deep but short recession in the second half of last year. The economy is expected to grow by at least 5.5% this year. But along with economic growth, expectations of higher inflation have also returned.
China's Economy: by Shaw Capital Management Korea - China will continue fiscal stimulus spending and its current monetary policies this year as the country has, in the opinion of the Chinese Communist Party, not fully recovered from the economic downturn.
South Korea's output is continuing to accelerate, and the government needs to exit from its accommodative economic policies earlier than anticipated. The HSBC Korea's purchasing managers' index (PMI) rose from 55.6 in January to 58.2 in February - the highest since December 2007.
Japan's economic recovery appears to have faltered unexpectedly sharply during the second quarter of this year. The government's preliminary GDP statistics put the real quarter-to-quarter growth rate at 0.1%, which translates into an annualised 0.4%, marking an expansion for the third consecutive quarter.
The recent State of the Union message to Congress by President Obama included a request for the approval of a further fiscal stimulus package this year amounting to around $100 billion to help to tackle the unemployment problem, and he has also presented a $3.8 trillion budget for fiscal 2011 that is likely to maintain the overall deficit around the $1.35 trillion level expected this year.