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Intel could rise 30 percent over next two years - Barron's

Intel could rise 30 percent over next two years: Barron's

British annual inflation rises to 1.3 percent: official data

Canada inflation rises to 2.4%

UK easyJet shrugs off competition fears

Gauge of US economy posts 0.9 percent October gain

Japan PM Abe announces will delay sales tax rise, call snap poll

Japan PM Abe: Will delay sales tax rise, call snap poll

Iron ore price slumps to new five-year low

Lending limits will not dent home prices much: Moody's

Energy shares, German data help FTSE to hit seven-week high

Truck bomb kills two in attack on foreign base in Kabul

FTSE retreats on weak data from China, euro zone

FTSE retreats as disappointing China data hits miners

FTSE extends rally on bullish company updates

US consumer prices unchanged in October

Brazil Mid-November Inflation Unexpectedly Slows to Target Range

Real earnings sink to decade-low but some see pay pick up

Indonesia's Widodo seeks to fix economy with fuel price hike

Asian stocks dip, Tokyo retreats as BoJ stands pat on policy

Changan Auto sees sales to rise around 10 percent in 2015: executive

US producer prices rise 0.2 percent in October

Led Zeppelin's Jimmy Page comes up with a whole lotta book

German investor morale rises for first time in almost a year

Dow, S&P 500 power to new records on China stimulus  

European stocks decline with miners before BOE, Fed minutes

ASX looses ground

Heating costs heading up as cold grips nation

U.S. underlying inflation rising economy firming broadly

Prudential upbeat on Asia, U.S. as profits from new business rise

TSX nears seven-week high as miners, TransCanada advance

FTSE marks fifth week of gains on China rate cut

Chinese FDI growth slows to 1.3% in October: govt

Indonesia raises interest rates after fuel price increase

Militant attack deaths soar to all-time high: report

Why Japan's eight percent tax hammered economy while Europe withstands 20...

Asian stocks mostly lower, Tokyo hit by economy data