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EU Sees No Sign Of Deflation In Euro Zone

09/04/2014
Recent negative readings of inflation have mainly been limited to a handful of stressed countries, the central banker said in opening

Doom-to-Darling Greece’s Fault Lines Exposed by Cleaners

09/04/2014
The fault line in Greece’s unprecedented return to favor with investors runs the length of 5-7 Nikis Street in Athens. There, in

UK Permanent Pay Growth Fastest Since July 2007: Survey

09/04/2014
Permanent salaries in the U.K. rose at the fastest pace in nearly six years during March, while temporary pay

Banks Given Two More Years to Meet Volcker CLO Standards

09/04/2014
The Federal Reserve is giving banks an additional two years to comply with Volcker Rule standards for

France's Budget Deficit Improves in Early 2014

09/04/2014
France's budget deficit to the end of February shrank, as state revenue growth surpassed a moderate increase in

BOJ seen upbeat despite Japan slowdown, market clamour for easing

09/04/2014
The Bank of Japan is expected to hold off on expanding stimulus on Tuesday, holding fast to existing plans to

Exports by U.K. Service Providers Grow at Fastest Ever Rate

09/04/2014
Exports by British services providers grew at the fastest rate on record in the first quarter, a survey showed

UK manufacturing sees strong growth

09/04/2014
UK manufacturing output grew by 1% in February from January, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) has

Banks Urge Basel U-Turn on Global Asset-Backed Debt Rules

09/04/2014
Banks from Deutsche Bank AG to Barclays Plc (BARC) attacked proposals to overhaul global capital rules for

Germany's Schaeuble says Europe should stick to its rules

09/04/2014
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Tuesday that European countries should stick to the rules

Japan Eco Watchers Current Conditions Index Rises; Outlook Weakens

09/04/2014
Japan's economy watchers' assessment of current conditions improved in March, while outlook weakened more

U.S. Retail Sales Fall in March From February -- Redbook

09/04/2014
National chain-store sales fell 0.5% during March from February, according to Redbook Research's latest indicator,

India's largest bank: Economic growth has bottomed

09/04/2014
Economic growth in Asia's third largest economy has bottomed out, the managing director of India's largest

Schaeuble Says Franco-German Debt-Rule Break Was Grave Mistake

08/04/2014
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said the violation of deficit rules by previous governments in Germany and France was a

U.S. job openings hit six-year high in February

08/04/2014
U.S. job openings jumped to their highest level in six years in February, pointing to a steadily improving labor market. Job openings, a measure of labor demand,

ECB's Bonnici Sees No Sign of Deflation in Euro Zone

08/04/2014
There is currently no sign of deflation in the euro zone, European Central Bank Governing Council member Josef Bonnici said Tuesday.

Japan and Australia agree trade deal

08/04/2014
Japan and Australia have agreed a trade deal which will see them lower tariffs on imports of key products.

G20 to agree this week on more ambitious reforms to boost growth

08/04/2014
The world's financial leaders will agree this week to be more ambitious with structural reforms to

Greek Crisis Legacy Tests Samaras Bid to End Market Exile

08/04/2014
Antonis Samaras’s mission to end Greece’s exile from bond markets faces a reality check this week

China economy needs no stimulus

08/04/2014
China's economy is going to steer clear of the familiar path resorting to a stimulus whenever there
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