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15:35, 05 December 2016 Monday
Economy

13:09, 01 December 2016 Thursday
EU unemployment falls below 10 for first time since 2011

The September rate was revised to 9.9 percent from the 10 percent first given last month.

10:19, 01 December 2016 Thursday
Oil resumes rise after OPEC cut

Many analysts had expected the producers' cartel to fail to reach a deal as major players like Iran, Iraq and Saudi Arabia remained divided ahead of the meeting.

07:34, 01 December 2016 Thursday
Saudis US oil to benefit from OPEC deal

Deal is expected to help Saudi economy, US shale producers

03:02, 01 December 2016 Thursday
US economy growing price gains slight

The report, which collects views of economists, business contacts and others in the 12 Federal Reserve districts in preparation for the monetary policy meeting next month, noted improved retail sales and home construction in most regions.

09:57, 30 November 2016 Wednesday
Oil prices to fall sharply if OPEC deal fails

If the cartel does not reach a deal to cut output, prices could fall below $40 a barrel

13:16, 29 November 2016 Tuesday
3 things to know about the Lufthansa pilots' strike

European air travel giant Lufthansa has been battling its own pilots over pay and conditions for more than two years.

17:54, 28 November 2016 Monday
Doubts over OPEC deal to cut output

Failure to get an accord on Wednesday could send oil prices tumbling and deal a further blow to the credibility of the 56-year-old Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.

16:47, 28 November 2016 Monday
Italian banks weigh on European stock markets

Around midday, shares in Italian lenders Unicredit and Banco Popolare were down 4 percent compared with Friday's closing levels.

11:20, 28 November 2016 Monday
Most Asia markets up but dollar slips against peers

Officials on Friday's said the tie-up between the Hong Kong and Shenzhen markets will start on December 5.

14:23, 25 November 2016 Friday
Germany promises equal pensions for east and west by 2025

The announcement comes as the country is gearing up for a key election next year, with the parties in Chancellor Angela Merkel's grand right-left coalition keen to woo ageing voters.

11:15, 25 November 2016 Friday
Japan suffers longest consumer price fall since 2011

The weak inflation data -- core prices excluding fresh food fell 0.4 percent from a year ago -- come several weeks after Japan's central bank pushed back the timeline for hitting its 2.0 percent inflation target. 

18:54, 24 November 2016 Thursday
WTO head has 'no indication' Trump will quit trade body

Roberto Azevedo says he is 'ready to talk' to US President-elect who has promised to pull US out of other trade agreements

13:47, 24 November 2016 Thursday
German economy 'unfazed' by Trump election

The Ifo's headline business confidence index reached 110.4 points in November, unchanged from the October reading, and the highest level since April 2014.

11:54, 24 November 2016 Thursday
Lufthansa cancels hundreds more flights

More than 900 flights scheduled for Thursday cancelled as strike by pilots enters second day

17:01, 23 November 2016 Wednesday
Brexit slams brakes on British growth

Gross domestic product was expected to grow by only 1.4 percent next year -- sharply down from the prior estimate of 2.2 percent given in March.

12:31, 23 November 2016 Wednesday
Eurozone business activity points to solid growth

Data monitoring company IHS Markit said the November figures were encouraging, indicating growth in the 19-nation currency bloc had reached its fastest pace so far this year.

16:11, 22 November 2016 Tuesday
UK's Brexit party faces financial probe

United Kingdom Independence Party accused of misspending thousands in EU funding

15:26, 22 November 2016 Tuesday
Incoming Lithuania PM vows strong economy defence

Saulius Skvernelis, a former police chief and interior minister, secured the approval of 90 lawmakers in the 141-seat Baltic state parliament. 



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