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METALS-Shanghai copper plumbs 3-week low on stronger dollar

MELBOURNE, May 25- Shanghai copper slipped to its lowest level in more than three weeks on Monday, tracking last week's losses in London after the Federal Reserve sent a strong signal it would raise interest rates this year, boosting the dollar. The most traded July copper contract on the Shanghai Futures Exchange slipped 1 percent to 44,720 yuan a tonne.
Source: Reuters | By: Melanie Burton
China's P2P lending surge offers relief to entrepreneurs

When Chinese flight booking operator Baitour needed cash to grow its business last year, it opted against using Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, its long-term lender and the world's largest bank, turning instead to Internet finance startup Jimu Box.
Source: Reuters
Dollar hovers at 2-month high vs yen after CPI boost

The dollar hovered at a two-month high versus the yen and stood firm against other peers after surging on a higher-than-expected U.S. core consumer price index that supported the Federal Reserve's case for a rate hike later this year.
Source: Reuters
FOREX-Dollar hovers at 2-month high vs yen after CPI boost

TOKYO, May 25- The dollar hovered at a two-month high versus the yen and stood firm against other peers after surging on a higher-than-expected U.S. core consumer price index that supported the Federal Reserve's case for a rate hike later this year. It was the largest rise in the core CPI since January 2013 and followed a 0.2 percent gain in March.
Source: Reuters | By: Shinichi Saoshiro
In China, P2P lenders offer some relief to small entrepreneurs

SHANGHAI/ HONG KONG, May 25- When Chinese flight booking operator Baitour needed cash to grow its business last year, it opted against using Industrial and Commercial Bank of China, its long-term lender and the world's largest bank, turning instead to Internet finance startup Jimu Box. For Baitour, getting funds via Jimu Box, a peer-to-peer online platform that...
Source: Reuters | By: Engen Tham and Deena YAO
Amazon changes tax practices in Europe as investigations continue - WSJ

NEW YORK, May 24- Amazon.com Inc has started booking revenue from retail sales in individual European countries, instead of channeling all sales through low-tax Luxembourg, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday. European Union antitrust regulators opened an investigation into Amazon's tax-minimizing arrangements with Luxembourg in October.
Source: Reuters
Nigerian cellphone provider needs fuel to prevent shut-down

LAGOS, Nigeria- Nigeria's leading cellphone provider said Sunday it urgently needs diesel to prevent shutting down services countrywide- the latest business hit by a months-long fuel crisis in Africa's biggest oil producer. Nigeria's woefully erratic electricity supply keeps businesses dependent on diesel generators. Nigeria produces more than 2...
Source: The Associated Press
Swedish policy impasse raises fears of runaway housing market

STOCKHOLM, May 24- With the latest effort by Sweden to cool its housing market postponed by a court, concerns are escalating that political stagnation, a faulty institutional set-up and high household debt risks sending the triple A economy into a tailspin. A move to force homeowners to pay down the principal of their mortgages-- what many economists say is the...
Source: Reuters | By: Johan Ahlander
GLOBAL ECONOMY WEEKAHEAD-G7 finance ministers to address faltering global growth

"With the negotiations between Greece and the rest of the euro area at an impasse, an impatient German Chancellor Merkel has warned that an agreement must be reached before the end of the month," said Thomas Costerg, senior economist at Standard Chartered. Greece cannot make a payment to the International Monetary Fund due on June 5 unless foreign lenders...
Source: Reuters | By: Jonathan Cable
Exporters taste credit after Portugal's long lending drought

*Private sector more indebted in Portugal than in Greece. LISBON, May 24- In Portugal, getting a loan is still harder than in almost any other country in the eurozone. Unlike in Spain, Italy or even Greece, credit to companies is still shrinking, but thanks to money printing by the European Central Bank, it may now be stabilizing, with loans to exporters on the rise.
Source: Reuters | By: Axel Bugge and Andrei Khalip