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Payday lenders forced to put prices on comparison sites

Coast property market turning corner: REIQ

Citi urges Europe's CEOs to follow U.S. share buyback trend

Inflation, other risks could mean UK rate hike in near future - BoE's...

China cuts rates again in face of weak demand, deflation risk

Cameron woos pensioner vote with welfare perks promise

Banco do Brasil looks most exposed to Petrobras probe, UBS says

China to cut benchmark interest rates by 25 basis points

Don't use low inflation to curb pay,Carney warns employers

Greece seeks negotiations on ECB bond repayment

Oil price crash raises risk of Canada housing market correction: Reuters...

Spanish premier trumpets economy, upgrades growth forecast

Dudley, top U.S. economists urge later Fed rate hike

In Turkish heartland, businessmen laud Erdogan's central bank tirades

Greece runs out of funding options despite euro zone reprieve

Obama nominates Pritzker, Froman for economic jobs

Japan gyrations underline economy's vulnerability

Boston suspect under scrutiny in unsolved killings

Germany to draw up $10.6-billion flood damage fund

Emergency manager: Detroit won't pay $2.5B it owes

Swan welcomes RBA rate cut

Germany's expected tax take slightly lower

Detroit is broke could bankruptcy lie ahead?

US consumers keep spending despite higher taxes

Arkansas Legislature approves steel mill funding

ECB searches for ways to boost sagging eurozone

US productivity grew at modest annual rate in 1Q

Ala. bond issues pending on Legislature's last day

ECB weighs rate cut as eurozone economy struggles

Stocks sink on economic worries Dow off 138

Record Westpac profit delivers special dividend

Surviving hell in a Bangladesh factory collapse

SKorea's central bank cuts key rate to 2.5 percent

House passes bill to prioritize US debt payments

Lawmakers agree to refinance La.'s tobacco bonds

IMF urges Germany to keep spending amid low growth

US consumers cut spending 0.2 pct. in April

Japan PM's biggest test on economy still to come

Jobs are Boeing, Boeing, gone

Conn. lawmakers under pressure to restore cuts

Minutes show Fed supports stimulus through midyear

6 key considerations when applying for a mortgage

Greece in new turmoil as coalition ally pulls out

Eurozone to hold special meeting on Cyprus

Who will take on job of fixing Detroit's finances?

6 tips on getting finances in shape to buy a home

Q&A: Why investors are wary of Italy's elections

Italy faces political gridlock after crucial elex

Oil rises amid Fed commitment to low rates

Dairy farmers face ruin amid supermarket milk war

Stocks drop following Fed doubts about stimulus

Greece orders striking ferry crews back to work

Dell to go private in $24.4B deal led by founder

Penney stock falls on worries on bondholder claims

Reserve signals dollar frustration

Not much urgency to avoid automatic spending cuts

Calif. to receive larger share of mortgage deal

Sequester Q&A: For US, a new season of uncertainty

Lower rates benefit the economy: Swan

Miss. House and Senate approve borrowing $196M

The South: A near-solid block against 'Obamacare'

Banks win dismissal of most rate-rigging claims

Argentina may defy NY courts with payment offer

Mayo vies for public money for Minnesota expansion

What happens if Cyprus collapses?

A look at the eurozone's 5 bailouts

Bernanke: Low interest-rate-policies benefit trade

Trouble from Cyprus deal could linger for eurozone

Bank loan rates reflect funding costs: RBA

Vermont governor wants to forgive $6M from cities

Voters back council de-mergers

Fines levied against RBS in rate-fixing scandal

Rare good news for eurozone economy

Davos summit ends with warnings on global economy

Fed's new voting lineup won't likely alter policy