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Goldman trims U.S. first quarter GDP view to 1.8 percent from 2.0 percent

Tourists remain Tunisia, but businesses expect a hit

British defence plans fail to meet new threats - MPs

A British EU exit could hit GDP by 2.2 percent - study

France cuts 2015 deficit target, eyes economic recovery

US durable goods orders stumbled in February

Wall St. ends four-day skid on late tech rally

NSW state election set to greenlight blockbuster energy sell-off

PM Stubb sees risk of another lost decade for Finland

Chipmaker deal helps Wall St. rebound, oil slumps anew

U.S. economic growth slows in fourth quarter corporate profits fall

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

Exclusive - Modi government puts brakes on India's universal health plan

Exclusive: Modi government puts brakes on India's universal health plan

After Lee, no sign of welcome home for Singapore's dissidents

As Lee era ends, Singapore braces for change as young worry about future

Box Office -‘Insurgent’ tops with $54 million, 'Gunman’ flops

Box Office: ‘Insurgent’ tops with $54 million, 'Gunman’ flops

Exclusive: CN Rail derailment numbers soared before recent crashes

US durable goods orders rise 3.3 percent in April

Swan says surplus would have hurt economy

EU gets deal on trans-Atlantic trade pact mandate

Senate passes farm bill, moving debate to House

Disasters proving too costly: report

Projected lower deficit could slow any budget deal

Gillard govt still keen for surplus: IMF

Malaysia's opposition banks on new economic deal

Bowing in 'pigeon' fight, France slashes taxes

White House projecting slow economic gains ahead

Spain slashes forecasts and delays deficit targets

Spend less or tax more, Parkinson says

Does France have right plan to revive its economy?

Real public spending fell 3.3% in Mar qtr

Disney 2Q results beat Street shares rise

IMF: Egypt's financial situation deteriorating

Abbott needs to explain tax cuts: Greens

Construction sector stuck in the doldrums

Fitch cuts British bond rating from AAA

China recovery dogged by doubt as data questioned

China's homegrown hit films getting lost overseas

India cuts key interest rate to 7.5 percent

UK industrial output unexpectedly falls in January

German central banker: stick to deficit goals

Q&A: Why investors are wary of Italy's elections

EU says eurozone economy to shrink again in 2013

Euro area unemployment at record 12 percent

Private job survey shows stronger job hiring

Aussies save billions in taxes: report

What happens if Cyprus collapses?

NJ tourism increased last year despite Sandy

Malaysia's economy to grow 5-6 percent in 2013

Fiscal cliff settlement costs Ala. schools $70M

EU leaders battle over budget at tough summit

Health care among early leaders in the S&P 500

US markets fall on economic contraction

Russia likely to contribute to Cyprus bailout

Slovenian PM to stay on despite coalition breakup

Chinese growth meets expectations

Eurozone debt burden stuck amid low growth

On The Call: General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt

US, German finance chiefs downplay differences

Grab Indonesian opportunities, HSBC says

Japan second quarter GDP revised up to 0.9 percent quarter-on-quarter...

UK construction PMI hits highest level in Aug since Sept 2007: Markit/CIPS

India passes $20 bln law to expand food welfare

No surprise rate cut ahead of poll

UK exit from EU would risk bank exodus: City of London head

Analysis - Darkest before dawn: Why some foreign investors are buying India