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UK house prices fall in February - Halifax

U.S. factory orders fall for sixth straight month

Euro zone February prices fall less than expected, unemployment down

Gas pumps up Costco's profit

UK inflation expectations fall again to six-year low - Citi/Yougov

German factory orders down more than expected in January

UK construction growth unexpectedly surges in February - PMI

UK manufacturing growth at seven-month high in February - PMI

Mugabe holds lavish 91st birthday bash by Victoria Falls

Global stocks fall on mixed data oil rebounds

German industrial orders plunge, darkening first-quarter growth outlook

Investors pull $8.6 billion from Pimco Total Return Fund in February

Survey: US businesses add 212K jobs in February

Eurozone gets double dose of mildly positive economic news

Daimler to invest $500 million in U.S. plant to make commercial vans

Oil falls on weak China outlook, higher Libya production

Eurozone showing signs of economic momentum

British shop price decline steepens in February - BRC

'Informal' talks on Michael Phelps competing at worlds

German industrial output rises for fifth straight month in January

Draghi ties ECB's Greek funding to bailout compliance

Cash-strapped Greece repays first part of IMF loan due in March

Eurogroup head - Greek reforms could prompt bailout payment in March

China looks to cure economic malaise

US running out of room to store oil price collapse next?

AP survey: Why the outlook for global economy has brightened

Oil falls on supply concerns pick-up in China manufacturing helps

USA Swimming may let Phelps race at world championships

Nasdaq closes above 5,000

Greece cannot rely on ECB to dodge funding crunch

Exclusive: Chicago nears fiscal free fall with latest downgrade

U.S. labor market flexes muscles in February

US adds a robust 295K jobs jobless rate falls to 5.5 pct.

New Uruguayan leader says he'll stick to economic targets

Second day of losses on Wall Street

Russia's Putin says he doesn't want rerun of gas rows with Ukraine

Business activity lifted in February as central banks loosen up

Top UK economic forecaster says sharp inflation rise a risk - Reuters poll

Nadal to play Monaco in final of Argentina Open

U.S. labour market flexes muscles in February

Greece poised for recession as uncertainty takes its toll

Russia troubles hinder Ford, GM efforts to recover in Europe

Lukoil VP: Russia oil output to drop 8%

EU defence industry seen threatened by fall in research spending

Euro zone sprouts even more green shoots

FTSE gains to trade near record high, Shire up

Australia economy finds spark of life in consumer spending

VW says no guarantee of success in 2015

Stocks fall, euro hits 11-1/2-year low before ECB talks

Asian shares firm as US stocks hit records RBA in focus

Greece taps public sector cash to help cover March needs - sources

Greek government to tackle 'humanitarian crisis' in first parliamentary...

Turkey's Erdogan to talk to central bank governor, warns of 'treason'

Reflationist BOJ newcomer no pushover for more Japanese easing

Energy price plunge hits jobs

Brutal New Zealand street gang takes up residence

Weak U.S. consumer spending points to slower first-quarter growth

Soft U.S. data hints at near-term hiccup in economic growth

Yellow Submarine need special splash to sink Barca

Brent crude oil steadies above $60 after sharp Monday fall

Reality hits North Dakota's pricey apartment market rents drop

New round of snow could push Boston to season record

Yemen's Hadi says Saleh conspired with Iran to undermine power transfer...

China February exports seen roaring back, but deflationary risks still...

Auto industry slows for bad weather, but stays on course

Russian tycoon clashes with Britain over North Sea deal

China's finance minister flags wider fiscal deficit as economy cools

Wall St. falls from records, led by technology stocks

Morrisons to bear scars of UK's supermarket price war

Asian shares lifted by Wall Street records

5 reasons US economy is stronger than Q4 GDP suggests

Sharp planning to tap banks for second bailout in three years

US consumer spending, adjusted for inflation, rose in Jan.

Another solid month of job gains over 200K expected for Feb.