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Corrected: 'Sing Hallelujah to the Lord' an unlikely anthem of Hong Kong protests

20 Jun 2019

(Corrects to say song originated from Christian, not Catholic groups) | Video

'Sing Hallelujah to the Lord' an unlikely anthem of Hong Kong protests

20 Jun 2019

(This June 18 story corrects to say song originated from Christian, not Catholic groups) | Video

'Sing Hallelujah to the Lord' an unlikely anthem of Hong Kong protests

20 Jun 2019

(This June 18 story has been corrected to say song originated from Christian, not Catholic groups) | Video

China stands by Hong Kong leader after days of street protests

17 Jun 2019

HONG KONG China redoubled its support for Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam on Monday after days of protests against a planned extradition bill, and a source close to Lam said Beijing was unlikely to let her go even if she tried to resign. | Video

Global recession fears grow as factory activity shrinks

05 Jun 2019

NEW YORK/LONDON/HONG KONG Factory activity slowed in the United States, Europe and Asia last month as an escalating trade war between Washington and Beijing raised fears of a global economic downturn and heaped pressure on policymakers to step up support. | Video

GLOBAL ECONOMY-Global recession fears grow as factory activity shrinks

03 Jun 2019

* Trade tensions flare up; global economy could face recession

GLOBAL ECONOMY-Global recession fears grow as manufacturing shrinks across Asia

03 Jun 2019

* Trade tensions flare up; global economy could face recession

GLOBAL ECONOMY-Factory activity shrinks across Asia, stokes global recession fears

03 Jun 2019

* Trade tensions flare up; global economy could face recession

GLOBAL ECONOMY-Factory activity shrinks across Asia, global recession fears mount

03 Jun 2019

* Trade tensions flare up; global economy could face recession

Fed may cut rates if inflation keeps disappointing - Bullard

22 May 2019

HONG KONG Further weakness in inflation could prompt the U.S. Federal Reserve to cut interest rates, even if economic growth maintains its momentum, James Bullard, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, said on Wednesday.

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