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ECB's Draghi repeats call for reforms, fiscal action

BOJ chief says easy policy affects financial stability

Strong sterling could mask UK price pressures - Bank of England's Forbes

Fed's Powell rejects Treasury-Fed cooperation as threat to central bank...

Fed's Evans repeats call for patience in raising U.S. interest rates

UBS says political instability concerned clients in third quarter

FTSE falls as investors brace for U.S., UK tightening

South African trade deficit doubles: official data

Low inflation fuels caution at Fed over rate rises

Japan inflation slows, pressure for additional BOJ stimulus grows

Asia down as Ebola scare hits Wall Street, dollar rally on pause

Tokyo stocks tumble as weak global data spook markets yen gains

Bank of England to wait until early 2015 to hike rates, sterling steady -...

Farmers angry over reported land grab by Mugabe's daughter

Bank of England eases curb on risky mortgages as house market cools

Japan firms fail to shake off tax-hike gloom, blunting economic rebound

No charges in toxic tea incident at Utah eatery

Analysis - Europe's German growth locomotive on strike

Europe's German growth locomotive on strike

Lackluster factory data hits world stocks, dollar strong

China official PMI seen steady at 51.2 in September but pressures remain

Fed hawk Fisher says U.S. risks falling behind curve on inflation

Hong Kong protests weighing on global markets

Asian stocks fall led by Hong Kong

UK manufacturing PMI hits 17-month low in September - Markit/CIPS

China factories sluggish but continue to push economy ahead

ECB's Coeure sees stronger demand for TLTROs from December

BOJ to weigh taking bleaker view on Japan output - sources

Financial market storm brewing as 2014 winds down

Slowing inflation puts ECB in hot seat again

Analysis - Financial market storm brewing as 2014 winds down

Ruble drop to record low pushed Russia toward capital controls

Steady German inflation could prop up euro zone rate

Dollar near 110 Yen for first time since 2008 on growth divergence

BoE should avoid being too specific when it comes to rates guidance - Miles

European stocks set to rise 2 percent by year-end, helped by ECB

Bonds worldwide pull out of tailspin this week on growth concern