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Greek Primary Budget Surplus Surpasses Target

15/04/2014
Greece's primary budget beat its target for the first three months of the year, data from the Finance Ministry showed Monday. In a

Chinese GDP data to offer 'hard landing' clues

15/04/2014
Chinese economic growth data this week will offer the clearest indication yet of whether the world's second-largest economy will dodge a

Eurozone Industrial Output Slightly Higher

15/04/2014
Industrial production across the 18 countries that share the euro rose slightly in February, although output in many of the currency area's troubled

Infrastructure projects have UAE lift demand rising fast

15/04/2014
Large infrastructure projects in the emirates are set to boost the sales outlook for the provider of lifts to Abu

Real wages to rise for first time in six years, EY says

15/04/2014
Wages are set to rise by more than inflation for the first time in almost six years, says an economic forecaster.

Carney’s Powers Seen Primed to Take Heat Out of Housing

15/04/2014
Mark Carney has the powers he needs to take the heat out of Britain’s housing market, if officials decide to

Dealmakers eye poll boost for $30 bn M&As in 2014

15/04/2014
The Indian mergers and acquisitions market is likely to see increased momentum post elections and experts

French Fin Min Vows to Bring Public Finances in Line With EU Rules

15/04/2014
French Finance Minister Michel Sapin gave his strongest indication yet that France's newly reshuffled

India will overtake China when there is communal harmony: Rahul

15/04/2014
In an oblique attack on the BJP, which opinion polls predict as likely to form the next government, Congress vice

German finance minister sees no sign of deflation spiral in Europe

15/04/2014
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Monday he sees no signs at all of a deflation spiral in Europe

French 2015 budget to be based on 3 percent deficit goal - finance minister

15/04/2014
Finance Minister Michel Sapin said on Monday France's budget for next year would assume a public deficit

India's industrial production data gives no room for cheer

15/04/2014
Apex industry body ASSOCHAM today expressed serious concern on the industrial deceleration in February 2014,

U.S. Deficit Seen Shrinking in 2014

14/04/2014
The Congressional Budget Office said Monday the U.S. deficit this year will fall even more than previously projected, driven largely by lower estimates on military spending,

U.S. Retail Sales Surge 1.1% in March

14/04/2014
A measure of U.S. consumer spending heated up in March, an early sign of accelerating economic growth this spring. Retail sales increased 1.1% in March to a seasonally

High-Frequency Traders Get Curbs as EU Reins In Flash Boys

14/04/2014
European Union lawmakers are poised to approve some of the toughest restrictions in the world on high-frequency

Fed's Stein: Financial stability should inform policy

14/04/2014
A top Federal Reserve policymaker on Sunday repeated his controversial assertion that financial stability should be an aim of U.S. central

National Bank of Greece Planning EU2.1 Bln Capital Boost

14/04/2014
The National Bank of Greece, the country’s biggest lender, is planning to increase its share capital by

Tensions over money flows bode poorly for global economy

14/04/2014
For a bunch of people who just agreed the global economy is doing better, top officials from the

Retail Sales Show U.S. Firms as China Cools: Global Economy

14/04/2014
Americans flocked to car dealerships and shopping malls in March, generating the biggest gain in retail

Consumers seen springing ahead — for now

14/04/2014
The U.S. economy took a turn for the better in March as the weather warmed up, but the upturn
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