It was Murray's first Masters title on clay, a week after his maiden career tournament victory on the red surface at the Munich Open.
lower its benchmark one-year lending rate by 25 basis points to 5.1 percent from Monday. The benchmark deposit rate will be cut by the same amount to 2.25 percent
Chinese consumers will continue to increase in wealth and complexity, and fears about the country's slowing economy are overblown, experts said.
The latest figure was better than the forecasts by multiple institutions that first-quarter growth would fall slightly below 7 percent due to weak investment and demand.
Li said the public's recognition of the thin-film power generation's prospect contributed to the high market value of the Hanergy Thin Film Power Group
The benchmark Shanghai Composite Index surged by 2.13 percent to close at 3,577.3 on Wednesday. The gauge has gained about 76 percent during the past 12 months.
China's pension fund will come under tremendous pressure to break even in coming years and as such, the government needs to gradually raise the official retirement age to salvage the finances, a top official said on Tuesday.
"The government should make a scientific risk assessment system for Internet finance based on quantitative indicators, rather than calling off financial products and services simply because they may cause relatively high financial risks," he sai
The minimum monthly pay for full-time workers in Guangzhou, the provincial capital, will be raised by 22.2 percent to 1,895 yuan ($300), the highest of four levels in the province.
The index stood at 107 in the fourth quarter, down from 111 in the previous three-month period. It was the first decline in four quarters.
The announcement cuts reserve requirements - the amount of cash banks must hold back from lending - to 19.5 percent for big banks, a reduction of 50 basis points that would free up 600 billion yuan ($96 billion) or more held in reserve at Chinese banks -
China Minsheng Banking Corp said its president, Mao Xiaofeng, resigned for personal reasons after news reports that said he had been taken away for investigation by China's top anti-corruption watchdog.
Global renminbi payments increased in value by 20.3 percent in December, compared with a 14.9 percent rise for all currencies. Over the past two years, the renminbi has shown consistent triple-digit growth with an increase in the value of payments
The index, which dropped for a sixth consecutive year from the high level of 0.491 in 2008, was read by analysts as a positive signal amid the country's reform to cap the income of top executives of State-owned enterprises and pension reform
Pensions without worker contributions have become a huge burden on the government and are unsustainable. The dual system also hindered free flow of staff between private and public agencies. In addition, public outcry about the inequity has been mounting.
The sooner the default happens, the better it is for investors as it could improve the pricing of risky assets and help policymakers solve the high financing costs in the market
A 53 percent surge has made China the best performer globally this year while surpassing Japan as the world's second-largest equity market
Any United States based company would be wise to consider investing into Vietnam as either a first step into Asia, or as a means of diversifying their Asian holdings
After the revision, China's GDP stood at 58.8019 trillion yuan ($9.61 trillion) for 2013, 1.92 trillion yuan more than previous estimate
Russia has become a sizeable trading partner of China, so this by itself will hurt China's exports. Other than that, the financial impact in China should be modest so far. Also, overall, the fall in the oil price is a net positive for China.
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