BOE's Diversity Problem, Global Growth, China Data: Eco Day

(Bloomberg) -- Welcome to Monday, Europe. Here’s news from Bloomberg Economics to help get your week started:

  • The Bank of England may get help tackling its diversity problem this summer
  • China economic data due this week are forecast to show the expansion holding up or even accelerating, though Bloomberg Economics says serious problems remain
  • The world economy should continue to grow above its trend pace through 2019, buoyed by corporate investment and improving productivity, according to Morgan Stanley
  • The three poorest European Union countries now have euro adoption in their cross hairs
  • Malaysia’s new finance minister is seen as a safe pair of hands as he takes on the immense task of bringing down debt while scrapping a consumption tax
  • Haruhiko Kuroda’s massive monetary stimulus has saved Japan’s government about $45 billion in borrowing costs, helping the world’s most indebted developed nation pay for its debt pile
  • The technology boom powering Asia’s economies is about to get a reboot

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