Aug 23, 2015

GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-China fears and global growth doubts grip markets | Reuters

(Repeats story first published on Aug 21, text unchanged)* China in focus after weak manufacturing data* Markets look for further stimulus measures* Fed rate watch resumes at Jackson Hole* Greek snap election adds u

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