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Bank of Canada head says oil's effect on economy atrocious: FT

Confidence in euro zone economy near a four-year high

Chinese president promotes regional vision at Boao Forum

German private sector grows at strongest rate in eight months

Brazil's economy barely avoided recession last year

Fed's Lockhart says economy is in solid shape for rate tightening cycle

UK's Labour warns of 'chaos' over Europe if PM Cameron wins election

US economic growth may be mild, but it's also really durable

Bernanke rejects charge of Fed 'throwing seniors under bus'

French business morale at 3-year high as economy shows signs of life

No signs Russia might leave WTO, director general says

Eurozone economy gaining traction as survey near 4-year high

German business morale at eight-month high, pointing to strong first...

UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

Confidence up in euro zone economy

German March business morale at strongest since July 2014

Treasury's Lew to travel to China March 28-31: Treasury

German consumer morale hits highest level in 13-1/2 years - GfK

Japan PM, BOJ chief say monetary policy not targeting FX market

French private sector expands for second straight month - PMI

Fed's Bullard says zero U.S. rates no longer appropriate

Fed's Bullard: now may be good time to normalize U.S. monetary policy

German surplus not problem for euro zone says Schaeuble

US durable goods orders stumbled in February

PM Stubb sees risk of another lost decade for Finland

Fed officials say rate hike plan intact despite weak U.S. data

U.S. jobs, services sector data point to growth rebound

With blog, Bernanke has new platform to make old argument

Business morale highs for some at least

Things to know about Nigeria, as country votes for president

EU plans to tackle online barriers in digital single market

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

South Korea central bank chief says weak consumption holding back recovery

Asia stocks drift lower as Fed, China weakness weigh

UK election battle officially begins

Wells Fargo to cut 1,000 jobs, shut Milwaukee home-lending office

China central bank governor calls for vigilance on deflation

Youth weigh cost of Nigeria vote

Japan plans to invest $5.6 billion in Indonesia

Fed's Fischer: Nonbank financial sector less vulnerable than before crisis

ECB actions working, but structural reforms needed - Liikanen

Starting pistol fired for Britain's election campaign

Electronics seen pushing up South Korea exports

Exclusive - U.S. bets on Brazil, extends new invitation to Rousseff

Exclusive: U.S. bets on Brazil, extends new invitation to Rousseff

Stocks close with slight gains, but still end the week lower

China banks borrow Western tricks to combat spike in bad loans

Bank of Canada says rate cut bought time, suggests April move unlikely

China's overseas corporate shopping strategy

Brazil uncovers multibillion-dollar tax fraud at Finance Ministry

Japanese factory output seen falling in February, but outlook solid

Euro zone lending dips in February, pointing to slow recovery in credit

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

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

Fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week

A Ukrainian oligarch and a political storm

ECB's Draghi says money printing already helping recovery

Japan industrial output decline raises doubts about domestic demand

Higher German prices could help spur euro zone inflation

Hollande hammered in French elections

Puerto Rico prepares for luxury shopping amid recession

PM Cameron uses last parliament clash before election to rule out tax rise

Sick leave advocates rally in Philly ahead of Christie talk