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Room temperature homes report

UK annual house price growth weakest since September 2013 - Nationwide

U.S. economy slowed in fourth quarter, but growth outlook still favourable

U.S. new home sales steady near multi-year highs supply up

German consumers in driving seat of economy as pay improves

U.S. economy slowed in fourth quarter, but growth outlook still favorable

Strong jobs market to spur U.S. housing in 2015: Reuters poll

Chavez heir charges US is behind unrest over vote

China recovery dogged by doubt as data questioned

Jump in factory growth lifts hopes for US economy

Eurozone recovery hopes raised again

Rare good news for eurozone economy

Analysis - Steelcase wants to transform offices as budgets rebound

Analysis: Steelcase wants to transform offices as budgets rebound

Eurozone industrial output slumps in July

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

EU telecoms plan gets cool reception

US employers add 162K jobs rate falls to 7.4 pct.

Political indecision weighs on economic forecasts

US economy adds 195K jobs unemployment 7.6 pct.

US growth slows in areas debt impasse fears rise: Fed

Deal lifts markets but does little for US economy

Falling inflation another headache for ECB

Britain grabs slice of Chinese investment

Bank of England hints at earlier rate rise

A gauge of consumer confidence hits 5-month low

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Foreign holdings of US debt hit $5.46 trillion

Eurozone unemployment rises to new record

Steady US housing recovery is boosting economy

Ford on track to beat Toyota with best-selling car

Higher US retail spending lifts hopes for economy

Drop in key US durable goods orders shows weakness

Global manufacturing weakness hurts US factories

Eurozone industrial output falls sharply, clouding recovery

Balancing act for Turkey economy in 2014

European lending lags, sign recovery remains weak

US retail sales inch up in December

'Taper' again on table at Fed's final 2013 meeting

Shoppers stay home despite discounts

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

Japanese PM tours Singapore casinos, eyes legalisation

Euro zone factory recovery broadens, except for France

US economy rebounds, adding 288,000 jobs in April

Euro zone businesses enjoy brisk start to second quarter

UK factory orders rebound slightly in February - CBI

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

UK economy grows 0.8% in first quarter as investment surges

Economic battle over Ukraine heats up

No easy bailout plan for struggling Ukraine

Greece struggles to meet lenders demands

World economy being sustained by extraordinary aid

Weak euro zone lending data underscores need for ECB stimulus

New home sales surge, but questioned

Schottland-Abspaltung zu 45 Prozent wahrscheinlich - Volkswirte

US economy strong enough to keep taper on track at Fed meeting