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India economic growth slows to 5.3%, boosts rate cut hopes

Exclusive - India central bank under pressure to cut rates as growth slips

Uber Investors See Enough Opportunity for $40 Billion Valuation

China's growth rebounds but still vulnerable

Time Warner 2Q net income jumps 87 pct

South African gold miners ease some pay demands as strike bites

South African gold miners' union offers some compromise as strike bites

China factory index: 1st contraction in 6 months

Vietnam economy grew 5.42% in 2013

Roche: 6 percent sales boost in first 9 months

How management 'pack' revived Delta Air Lines

US home prices rise in April by most in 7 years

US construction spending down 0.6 percent in June

Hit like ton of BRICS: 2013 tough year for emerging markets

No cheers for French economy

Indian September industrial output grows by sluggish 2%

Lead narrows for Chavez heir amid crime, shortages

Euronet shares sink on downgrade on stock's price

US manufacturing grows in April at slower pace

Survey: US home prices up 10.5 pct. in past year

China's March inflation eases to 2.1 percent

Dow ends above 14,000 for 1st time since Oct. 2007

Argentina falls, but no longer drags down Brazil

China faces obstacles on road to consumer society

US factory orders up for third month in April

Russian central bank lifts rate to counter sanctions bite

Burberry posts rising quarterly sales

US auto sales sizzle in July, helped by discounts

Average US 30-year mortgage rate down to 4.34 pct.

Biotech stocks rout beginning to reveal pockets of value

China's lending bubble a global threat

Lego builds up profits, hunts global talent

China central bank ready to cut bank reserves if growth falters

Samsonite profits rally in 2013, but China sales dented

Super sees biggest contributions since GFC

RBA says slow housing growth better than boom and bust

Trade, defense buoy U.S. economy, but some weakness creeps in

Samsung Electronics seeks China comeback with first metallic smartphones

China president says risks to economy 'not that scary'