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Carmakers optimistic about US market prospects in 2015

Oil price rises on superstorm threat to supplies

Airports and stock exchange reopen NJ devastated

Ford on track to beat Toyota with best-selling car

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Steady US hiring expected last month despite cliff

US jobless claims drop to 5-year low of 330,000

China's growth rebounds but still vulnerable

As layoffs keep dropping, hopes rise for job gains

Kiev in grip of more unrest

Eurozone data signals weaker 2014 prospects

Elusive Al-Qaida leader in Syria stays in shadows

UK's GlaxoSmithKline aims to market first malaria vaccine

Venezuela's Maduro bolstered by election results

ECB won't launch QE or reduce reserve requirement - Reuters poll

UK retail sales drop in chilly weather

China's March inflation eases to 2.1 percent

Nicolas Maduro, loyal spokesman, to succeed Chavez

China faces obstacles on road to consumer society

Amazon is about to jump into smartphones

US consumer spending down 0.1 percent in April

Turkish economic duo key for markets as Erdogan eyes presidency

World stocks hold at all-time high after bumper week

Eurozone inflation stuck at low 0.5 percent

Eurozone unemployment, inflation data paint mixed picture

EU threatens new sanctions on Russia

Ukraine given financial lifeline

Eurozone jobless, inflation rates steady

Manufacturing expands in U.S, slows in China euro zone gears up

DBS buys Societe Generale's Asian private banking business

US economy set to shrug off Wall Street worries about growth

Draghi's morality tale resonates as Euro-area recovery grinds

Study: Hotter days in US mean less cold cash

A gauge of consumer confidence hits 5-month low

Higher US retail spending lifts hopes for economy

Drop in key US durable goods orders shows weakness

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Eurozone recovery hopes raised again

Rare good news for eurozone economy

UK economy grows 0.8% in first quarter as investment surges

Insight - As western automakers embrace aluminium, Asia still welded to...

Japanese PM tours Singapore casinos, eyes legalisation

Renting drives U.S. homeownership to 19-year low

US economy rebounds, adding 288,000 jobs in April

Euro zone businesses enjoy brisk start to second quarter

Schottland-Abspaltung zu 45 Prozent wahrscheinlich - Volkswirte

Weak euro zone lending data underscores need for ECB stimulus

Bank of England's Carney says stimulus working, wary of new "false dawn"

Analysis: Steelcase wants to transform offices as budgets rebound

Falling inflation another headache for ECB

Bank of England hints at earlier rate rise

Greece struggles to meet lenders demands

Britain grabs slice of Chinese investment