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Italy Industrial Output Slips More than Expected in February

11/04/2014
Italy's industrial production fell more than expected in February, reversing a big increase in the previous

Eurozone House Prices Continue To Fall In Q4

11/04/2014
House prices in the euro area sustained their falling trend in the final three months of 2014, data from Eurostat

Abe Rewrites Rules to Rouse Japan With Governance Revamp

11/04/2014
As his nation’s economic revival wanes, Shinzo Abe is trying to turn around Japan Inc. Abe’s Liberal Democratic

Draghi Seen Easing Policy by June as ECB Readies Rate Cut

11/04/2014
Mario Draghi will probably take action within two months against the threat of deflation, economists said.

The Conference Board Leading Economic Index(R) (LEI) for Japan Remains Unchanged

11/04/2014
The Conference Board Leading Economic Index(R) for Japan was unchanged in February, remaining at 100.8

French Inflation Slows In March

11/04/2014
EU harmonized inflation in France slowed in March largely due to a fall in petroleum prices, data from the

BOJ unruffled by Japan's weak machinery orders, quells stimulus hopes

11/04/2014
Japan's economy took another knock as a gauge of business investment weakened, but the Bank of Japan

U.K. House-Price Growth Quickens as Home Shortage Boosts Values

11/04/2014
Chimney pots stand on the rooftops of residential properties in London. U.K. house-price growth accelerated

U.S. Import Prices Up 0.6% in March

10/04/2014
Prices for imported goods jumped for the second straight month in March due to strong demand for energy used to heat homes and businesses. U.S. import prices

Jobless claims fall to nearly seven-year low

10/04/2014
New applications for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in almost seven years, perhaps a sign the U.S. labor market is

Chinese exports and imports fall sharply in March

10/04/2014
China's exports and imports fell sharply in March, adding to recent indicators pointing to a slowdown in

European policymakers seek to reshape bundled debt market

10/04/2014
European policymakers are drawing up plans to revive the market for repackaged debt in a bid to lure

Growth Threatened in $693 Trillion Derivatives Review

10/04/2014
Global regulators’ failure to align efforts to reform the $693 trillion derivatives market threatens to

Cyprus president sees market return end '15, wary on more Russia sanctions

10/04/2014
Cyprus expects to return to international markets late next year but cannot rule out testing the waters

10/04/2014

Federal Reserve Plays Down Own Forecasts for Rate Rise

10/04/2014
The Federal Reserve played down forecasts by some of its own policy makers that interest rates might

Lautenschlaeger says spin-off of ECB bank supervisor not an issue now

10/04/2014
The vice chair of the ECB's nascent bank supervision arm said on Wednesday that she was not currently

Bank Reform Seen by Schreiber Pushing Commodities Into Opacity

10/04/2014
Banks pulling out of commodity trading because of rules on proprietary investing and capital requirements are

EU proposes new shareholder powers over executive pay

10/04/2014
Firms will have to put their remuneration policy to a binding shareholder vote if a European Commission proposal gets approval.

France's odd couple push Europe to re-think growth

10/04/2014
One is a balding, bespectacled safe-pair-of-hands known for his negotiating skills; the other a firebrand orator
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