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US consumer spending pauses, but rising confidence offers hope

Brazil falls into recession as election looms

AP survey: Fed's outlook correct but not solution

Country confusion keeps ebola-fearing tourists away from Africa

China's growth rebounds but still vulnerable

Will smart machines create a world without work?

BlueScope shares fall on outlook concerns

Indian rupee slips towards record low as central bank ushers in new head

Reserve Bank of Australia leaves official interest rate unchanged at 2.5...

EU relaxes renewables target, reaps criticism

2013 was the year of unstoppable stocks

Thailand says China gov't to buy more rice, rubber

Stocks edge lower as investors reassess Fed fears

Futures rise on strong jobs, consumer numbers

IMF forecasts slower global growth in 2013-14

Economy faces transition challenges: Bowen

Oil drops 2 percent on supply concerns

Argentine dictator Videla dies in prison at age 87

Oil steady as US, China manufacturing improves

Australia to invest $77 billion in roads

BMW to recall more than 232,000 cars in China

IMF still worried about global fiscal, financial risks

Latin American firms leap from Spain to rest of Europe

Deere takes a hit as farm economy weakens

Brazil's Rousseff defends record in TV interview

France PM announces gasoline tax cut

Cost of living not so bad, apparently

Thai rubber farmers protest for better prices

IMF warns US must not fail to raise debt ceiling

Australia to cash in on uranium comeback

Falling inflation another headache for ECB

Stocks slip as a sluggish start to 2014 drags on

China's bullying economic diplomacy may backfire: experts

Dow drops on concerns about global growth

US stock market plunges on global growth concerns

What is going on with the stock market?

US consumer spending up 0.4 percent in December

PepsiCo beats expectations despite soda struggles

Tepid US retail sales raising doubts about economy

US trade gap widened in May as exports weakened

US employers add 162K jobs rate falls to 7.4 pct.

Firms fret over Hockey's budget intention