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Deflation? Oil's 45 percent rebound could be markets' next headache

Britain's Labour has one-point lead ahead of election: YouGov

Conservatives take one-point lead ahead of election - YouGov

Conservatives three points ahead of Labour - ICM for The Guardian

Britain's Conservatives take one point lead ahead of election: YouGov poll

Conservatives take one point lead ahead of election - YouGov poll

Labour holds three point lead over Conservatives - Populus poll

Labour has one-point lead ahead of election - YouGov

Majority of Republicans would attend a loved one's gay wedding: poll

Labour leads Conservatives by two points ahead of election - Panelbase

Britain's Conservatives take one-point lead ahead of election: YouGov

Visa 2Q profits fall 3 percent on strong dollar, gas sales

Why some trends sapping US growth may persist, others won't

U.S. economy stumbles in first quarter as weather, low energy prices weigh

Conservatives lead Labour by five points in new pre-election poll

Study blames global warming for 75 percent of very hot days

Cost cuts help New York Times profit beat estimates

Labour has one-point lead over Conservatives - YouGov

Labour takes three-point lead over Conservatives ahead of UK election -...

Britain's Labour has one-point lead over Conservatives: YouGov

Dow, S&ampP 500 end up with Merck, IBM Nasdaq slips with Apple

Cleveland jock tax on out-of-town athletes unconstitutional

Two Elvis jets to grace Presley's Memphis home permanently

Nationalists to win all but two seats in Scotland, poll suggests

MasterCard 1Q profits rise 17 percent

U.S. economy likely grew at snail's pace in first-quarter, but pickup seen

British investors stay bullish with big bets on stocks - Reuters poll

IAC profit beats as its dating websites attract more paid users

Nationalists on track to win all Scottish seats in UK election, poll...

Health insurer Anthem's profit beats as Medicaid enrollments rise

China March industrial profits fall 0.4 percent, down 2.7 percent in...

Coke shareholders approve executive pay, but by low margin

Vietnam marks 40 years after war

U.S. homeownership dips, but household formation rises

Next's sales top guidance on early launch of summer catalogue

Allied Irish cuts mortgage rates after making first-quarter profit

Buenos Aires primary swept by opposition presidential candidate's party

Liberal Democrats - We can be kingmakers with half as many seats

Small, midsize SUVs drive April US auto sales gains

Orange confirms 2015 targets despite weak first-quarter profit

Tyson Foods hopes to rid US chicken of antibiotics by 2017

YouTube at 10: Self-made Stars Abound

Economic growth in a third of China well below 7 percent national average

Exclusive: North Dakota governor signs sweeping oil tax law

Hopes for Greek deal rise as prime minister, EU see progress

Wall St. falls European shares rise on optimism over Greece

Wall St falls European shares rise on optimism over Greece

Greek PM says initial deal in bailout talks 'very close'

Wall St. ends down as biotechs drop 4 percent

State of the news media in 2015: Facebook and mobile rule

Coke executive pay approved, but by lower-than-average margin

Port Authority marks milestone with meeting at trade center

AP Poll: Americans approve of drone strikes on terrorists

AP-GfK Poll: Favorable views of Clinton top her GOP rivals

Cyprus sells bonds as Greece struggles with euro zone future

Monte Paschi, Nomura in informal talks to end derivative row - sources

Officer in fatal arrest once hospitalized over mental health

Americans don't like big government - but like many programs: poll

Didi Gregorius hears Yankees' fan chants: for Derek Jeter

Juice would be spilled: Imagining 2 Floridas, South & North

Britain's recovery slows sharply in pre-election setback for government

Records show worries over Baltimore officer's mental health

Angry with London elite, some pro-union Scots to vote for nationalists

U.S., UK, China manufacturing all in slow lane

AP-GfK Poll: Doubts about Clinton's honesty after emails

Should Britain stay in the EU? Question hovers in election

Mayweather wins decision in richest fight ever

Rural hospitals struggle to stay open, adapt to changes

Pop Milano sits pretty as Italy cooperative banks brace for M&ampA

US poll finds widespread support for Redskins name

US crude oil supplies down by 300,000 barrels

Between economy and trouble, Obama approval steady