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Rahm-Rauner ties likely to survive Chicago mayor's re-election battle

UK raises 500 million pounds through sale of Lloyds shares

Two Japan ministers latest to deny illegal funding

India to embark on rail investment splurge thanks to cheap oil

Greece clears key hurdle to extend bailout but doubts remain

Detroit is broke could bankruptcy lie ahead?

Market rebounds, but retirement confidence doesn't

Vic treasurer urges national tax reform

Who will take on job of fixing Detroit's finances?

Sequester Q&A: For US, a new season of uncertainty

Greece's weakened workforce starts to crack

Banks win dismissal of most rate-rigging claims

Potential deal in works on Ky. government pensions

Cyprus banks reopen: Live Report

Political reality forces Poland to dilute pro-market ideals

Chile marks 40th anniversary of Pinochet's coup

Allende's legacy strong 40 years after Chile coup

Polish central banker says pension changes can boost economy

The Abbott audit: radical or responsible?

Ireland to pay $45M to Catholic laundry workers

Portuguese unions hold major anti-austerity strike

Investors turn against gun makers after massacre

Greece outlines new austerity as debt load rises

Greek PM presses for deal on loan

Argentine president wants to take on Hollywood

Israeli billionaire's company faces money woes

Big investor interest in company buying up dairy farms despite dairy price...

Former Calpers board member charged with bribery in corruption case

Russia diverts pension savings to plug budget hole for second year

Li Ka-shing's CKI considers bid for AWAS's aircraft sale

Analysis: Veterans and Israel do well in Congress

Protests as Greece approves power company privatisation

ECB warns investors' gamble for profit could backfire

Michigan House approves Detroit bankruptcy funds

McDonald's Shareholders vote ok on CEO pay

No pain, no gain as Treasurer slashes spending in 'budget repair' job

Premiers still to meet, despite PM talk

Qld budget: Nicholls announces billions in asset sales

Stocks at a record, but bonds look to break bad first

Hungary's lawmakers elect Viktor Orban to 3rd term