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US durable goods orders stumbled in February

Palestinians, Israeli Arabs mark 'Land Day'

Bank of Ireland shares fall 6 percent as Fairfax sells stake

Hermes posts 7 percent rise in 2014 profit, margin slips

Californians worry about water, favor legalizing pot and like Jerry Brown:...

Thomas Cook on track as Europe shows signs of improvement

Filipino Catholics celebrate Palm Sunday

Marks &amp Spencer expected to show improving trend for non-food sales

Holcim sells stake in Thailand's Siam City Cement for $681 million

EU imposes anti-dumping duties on stainless steel from China and Taiwan

Kingfisher helps put FTSE on track for biggest quarterly rise in two years

Complaints against UK banks dip 7 percent as insurance scandal fades

Britain sees no inflation in February for first time on record

Ford's big Lincoln Continental bet

German private sector grows at strongest rate in eight months

Stocks climb more than one percent

U.S. stocks sag as euro equities, dollar gain

Vontobel has cash for more purchases after asset manager deal

Bank of England to stress test banks for global slump scenario

US economic growth may be mild, but it's also really durable

Obama: Affordable Care Act 'Saving Lives'

Templeton's Mobius says Greece to stay in euro, shares are cheap

Bank of England's Broadbent sees 'pretty low' UK deflation risk

South Korea central bank chief says weak consumption holding back recovery

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps BOJ pressured

Mexican growers offer 15 pct in Baja farm strike

Bank of England policymakers see scant need for rate cut

Co-op Bank sees more branch, job cuts after 2014 loss

U.S. hedge fund criticizes Vivendi over Bollore role

Ford to triple exports from India with new $1 billion plant

US to pledge up to 28 percent emission cut in global treaty

UnitedHealth to buy pharmacy benefit firm Catamaran for $12.8 billion

Labour puts focus on healthcare at launch of UK election campaign

Rio bay won't be clean for sailing: organizers

Ford CEO Fields received $18.6 million in 2014 compensation

Queen Elizabeth's Windsor Castle faces first labour dispute - union

Rio bay won't be clean for sailing - organisers

U.S. House okays bipartisan bill to fix Medicare doctor payments

Bank of England to quiz fund managers over short-notice redemptions

Teva to buy U.S. drug developer Auspex Pharma for $3.5 billion

Crowds swell to bid farewell to Singapore's founder Lee ahead of funeral

Teva to buy U.S. drug developer Auspex Pharma for $3.5 bln

US offer for climate treaty: Up to 28 percent emissions cut

Family of alleged Facebook fraud fugitive to forfeit bail - U.S. judge

Million dollar deal for cancer research

Nash upbeat despite anticlimactic end to stellar career

Family of alleged Facebook fraud fugitive to forfeit bail: U.S. judge

Myanmar army commander pledges successful elections

U.S. law firm rallies Tesco investors to join lawsuit

Water won't be clean, but sailing will go ahead - Mayor Eduardo Paes

Judge approves ex-Watergate lawyer to probe Caesars bankruptcy

Carney says Bank of England rates likely to rise, contrasts with Haldane

Mercedes to launch a pickup truck outside the United States

Exclusive: New Chevy Malibu's task - meet GM's aggressive sales goals

Obama says he's ready to sign Medicare doctor payment fix

Greece submits new list of reforms to unlock further aid

NBC News' boss faces challenge fixing MSNBC

Confidence in euro zone economy near a four-year high

Labour kicks off election campaign with focus on healthcare

Battle for African Internet users stirs freedom fears

Morrisons' recovery plan - Go back to the future

Foreign investors buy UK firms at fastest pace since 2007

West Virginia returns bulk of team next season

Duke, UNC, NC State point guards drive teams into Sweet 16

Fed weighs insurers' proposal for new capital rules

NYC blast probe highlights problem of stealing gas

G20 watchdog to study bond market liquidity, asset managers

U.S. jobs, services sector data point to growth rebound