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UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

Vontobel has cash for more purchases after asset manager deal

Taxpayer stake in Lloyds falls below below 22 percent

Brazil president's popularity plummeting

Wall St. rises on Nike, lower dollar Nasdaq hits 15-year high

Hong Kong property boom poised to end as Fed preps for rate hike

TSX falls 1 percent, energy is only rising sector

FTSE falls for third day as tech, travel stocks are hit

Canada Feb inflation holds at 1 percent as gasoline weighs

European stocks head for biggest weekly fall of the year

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.69 percent

Lloyd's of London 2014 profits flat, returns fall

Irish property prices fall for second successive month

British taxpayers' stake in Lloyds falls below 22 percent

Tiffany's sales fall for first time in 5 years on strong dollar

TSX falls on broad declines despite oil price surge

Britain sees no inflation in February for first time on record

Bank of England's Broadbent sees 'pretty low' UK deflation risk

FTSE hits record high then slips back Wolseley falls

U.S. new home sales hit seven-year high in February

China January-February industrial profits down 4.2 percent year-on-year,...

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps BOJ pressured

US biotech stocks may fall further as short interest rises

FTSE set for 2 percent weekly drop as commodity stocks fall

Employer incentives for U.S. worker wellness programs set record

GameStop profit forecast falls short on weak demand for consoles

US durable goods orders stumbled in February

Weak U.S. business spending data points to tepid first quarter growth

Japanese factory output seen falling in February, but outlook solid

France cuts 2015 deficit target, eyes economic recovery

ARM leads fallers as FTSE drops away from record high

U.S. stocks sell off, dollar slips on growth worries

Oil rises more than 1 percent, boosted by weaker dollar

EU imposes anti-dumping duties on stainless steel from China and Taiwan

BOJ's Kuroda: Told PM Abe Japan's long-term price trend unchanged

Oil falls more than $1 as Middle East supply fears ease

Oil prices drop after Saudi Arabia says it will not cut output alone

BOJ's Kuroda - Told PM Abe Japan's long-term price trend unchanged

French jobless total rises by 12,800 in February

US stocks rise on rebound in oil, strong company results

Adidas targets faster sales and profit growth from 2016

Higher gas costs lift US consumer prices after 3 declines

U.S. stocks sag as euro equities, dollar gain

Poll: Spend more, tax less, legalize pot

GE expands job cuts at Lufkin oil unit to 575 from 330

Diet sodas fall in US Pepsi takes back No. 2 spot

Looking for a job near home? Good luck, it's getting harder

S&ampP raises Portugal outlook, leaves rating lowest among Big 3

Miners, Standard Chartered help FTSE to set new record high

Wall St. drops as biotechs, semis sink Nasdaq

UK inflation hits historic low

China March flash HSBC PMI contracts to 11-month low, fans policy easing...

Oil price fall forces North Dakota to consider austerity

German economy starts 2015 on front foot

Volvo CEO wins breathing space as chairman denies seeking replacement

Lexmark to buy Kofax for about $1 billion to boost software business

UK factory orders stagnate in March, hit by sliding exports - CBI

Japan finance minister urges BOJ to be mindful of weak-yen risks

UK public finances improve in February, leaving Osborne on course for...

Asia stocks firm amid conflicting signals, dollar holds gains

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

Co-op Bank sees more branch, job cuts after 2014 loss

Analysis - U.S. multinationals set to face much more pain from strong...

China banks borrow Western tricks to combat spike in bad loans

Georgians hit by fallout from trouble in Russia, Ukraine

Report: Japan productivity gains key to staving off decline

U.S. multinationals set to face much more pain from strong dollar

French consumers more confident, PM upbeat on growth

South Sudan economy on edge amid war, low oil production

China pushes Iran again to reach nuclear deal