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Retail sales rebound

Fed's Mester makes case for U.S. rate hikes sooner than later

More expensive gas lifts wholesale prices in March

Stocks slip with eyes on earnings oil ticks up

U.S. Stocks slip with eyes on earnings oil ticks up

Mid-market car brands surge with European market upturn

US homebuilders' outlook for spring sales surges

Exclusive: Fed's Williams sees less risk of rate retreat after lift-off

New Kansas rules would limit spending of welfare benefits

Nokia buys Alcatel to take on Ericsson in telecom equipment

Why your rent will rise again this year

Ford to spend $2.5 billion on plants in Mexico, angering UAW

More green jobs in a cleaner China

EU's British finance chief woos London capital market leaders

US home construction off to weak March start

Obama: Trade politics difficult, but opposition helps China

Morrisons to cut head office roles, boost store staff

British unemployment rate at multi-year low ahead of election

Citi seeking to sell retail FX arm -source

Citi seeking to sell retail FX arm: source

Democratic Senator Warren pushes bank breakup, tax changes

India's Tata Consultancy accused in U.S. lawsuit of South Asian bias

Abu Dhabi's Etihad Airways CEO warns Europeans against protectionism

SanDisk forecasts first full-year revenue decline in three years

Bank of America profit beats expectations as legal expenses fall

US businesses boosted stockpiles 0.3 percent in February

Taste of its own medicine? Austerity overshadows Finland vote

IMF says currency shifts support global economic growth

Fed survey finds US economy growing at moderate pace

Toyota building plants in Mexico, China seeks growth again

Nokia in talks to buy Alcatel-Lucent France backs deal

Brazil's iPhone investment falls short on promises of jobs, lower prices

Volkswagen board leaders back CEO Winterkorn after struggle

Insight - Brazil's iPhone investment falls short on promises of jobs,...

Spain's anti-austerity Podemos neck-to-neck with mainstream parties - poll

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage edges up to 3.67 percent

Spain's anti-austerity Podemos neck-to-neck with mainstream parties: poll

Time to up Apple Watch production

U.S. housing starts data underperforms jobless claims rise

Bank of Canada signals more rate cuts may be unneeded

Kiwi and Aussie currencies converge, fueling new rivalry

China's March exports shrink 15 pct y/y in shock fall

Whirlwind wedding for Nokia &amp Alcatel

Higher US gas prices sparked modest inflation in March

Indonesian Islamic parties seek ban on alcohol consumption

Nokia aims to become networks giant with Alcatel-Lucent deal

China growth slowest in six years, more stimulus expected soon

'Reform or stimulus' policy divide grows as China slows

A leading candidate in Argentina would overhaul economy

Clinton faces early test on U.S.-Pacific Rim trade deal fight

Why it's proving hard to save Greece

Lockheed eyes cost cuts, reputation in satellite business

Aspell back to bread and butter after Grand National feast

Barbie shows signs of life as Mattel plots comeback

Expect delays: world's-worst Jakarta traffic in gridlock for another decade

'Entopreneurs' feed growing appetite for edible insects

5 things to know about the new royal baby

US Apartment Rents Projected to Rise Again

Germany needs to significantly increase investment - experts

The jumbo jet faces a make or break year at Boeing, Airbus

Insight - The jumbo jet faces a make or break year at Boeing, Airbus

Q&A: Should the Education Department discharge loans?

Pinto on 'Desert Dancer,' responsible roles and rape doc

Retail sales rebound signals thaw in economic activity

China's March exports shrink 15 percent year-on-year in shock fall

U.S. retail sales rebound signals thaw in economic activity

UK voters count cost of living standards pain

Obama nominates Pritzker, Froman for economic jobs

Retirement tests if Beckham built lasting brand

Fox show brings messy workplaces to television

Ford to cease manufacturing in Australia

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady

US durable goods orders rise 3.3 percent in April