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Data on Monday showed that China’s manufacturing sector unexpectedly returned to growth for the first time in four months in March – a sign that government stimulus measures may be slowly gaining traction. But growth in new domestic and exports orders was marginal, suggesting the economy will remain under pressure in coming months and will likely require more policy support before it can convincingly stabilize. Hopes that Beijing will provide enough stimulus to offset slowing trade is helping soothe frayed nerves. Central bankers around Asia have started hinting at interest rate cuts, relieved at the end of the Fed’s policy-tightening campaign. But the upcoming activity data might show how soon they need to act infinity cufflinks.

(GRAPHIC: Manufacturing activity in Asia – Last year’s lira crisis tipped Turkey into a painful recession, ended its credit-fueled economic boom and complicated President Tayyip Erdogan’s task of selling his economic success story to voters. In their first trip to the ballot box since last year’s currency meltdown, voters delivered a stunning setback for Erdogan in local elections. His ruling AK Party lost control of the capital Ankara for the first time since the party’s founding in 2001, and looks on course to lose the biggest prize of all, Istanbul infinity cufflinks.

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LONDON (Reuters) – The Financial Times has reached a milestone of a million paying readers, it said on Monday, with revenues and profits continuing to rise since the London-based business publication was acquired by Japan’s Nikkei from Pearson in 2015. The FT was one of the first newspapers to introduce a paywall, in 2002, charging online readers for news they had come to expect for free on the internet in a trend that challenged the business model of printed news media infinity cufflinks. The New York Times followed in 2011 following years of debate and in November said it had more than 3 million paying digital-only subscribers and more than 4 million subscribers in total, including the print edition..

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