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Fed's Williams says mid-year rate rise may be appropriate

Britain sees no inflation in February for first time on record

Bank of England's Shafik says interest rates likely to rise - Kent Business

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

FTSE hits record high then slips back Wolseley falls

Average US rate on 30-year mortgage falls to 3.69 percent

Fed's Lockhart says economy is in solid shape for rate tightening cycle

Fed expected to hike this year, but future path uncertain: Fischer

Miners, Standard Chartered help FTSE to set new record high

Euro zone and U.S. manufacturing expand, China struggles

UK inflation hits historic low

PM Cameron uses last parliament clash before election to rule out tax rise

Asia stocks firm amid conflicting signals, dollar holds gains

Hermes posts 7 percent rise in 2014 profit, margin slips

UK house price growth slows again in March - Nationwide

Higher gas costs lift US consumer prices after 3 declines

Fed's Evans says strong dollar 'disinflationary', possibly transitory

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

Stocks put stop to four-day slump

U.S. jobs to add heat to Fed lift-off debate

Fed's Yellen sees gradual rate hikes starting this year

French jobless total rises by 12,800 in February

Asian shares rise, Fed view pressures dollar

U.S. economic growth slows in fourth quarter corporate profits fall

German consumer morale hits highest level in 13-1/2 years - GfK

ECB's Draghi says resurgent bank lending supporting recovery

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

Fed market gurus prep rate hike amid last-minute anxieties

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

US new-home sales surge in February

Japan core consumer inflation grinds to halt, keeps BOJ pressured

British pound's swings cause uncertainty for business

Asian shares fueled by Wall Street's rise on weaker dollar

Euro zone lending dips in February, pointing to slow recovery in credit

Adidas targets faster sales and profit growth from 2016

Stocks likely to drift as investors await Fed, earnings

U.S. homes sales up marginally supply a constraint

Weak U.S. business spending data points to tepid first quarter growth

Oil rises more than 1 percent, boosted by weaker dollar

Chevron exits Caltex Australia stake for $3.7 billion

FTSE ends week with a whimper as commodity stocks fall

Eurozone economy gaining traction as survey near 4-year high

U.S. stocks sell off, dollar slips on growth worries

Fewer Americans filed for unemployment benefits last week

ARM leads fallers as FTSE drops away from record high

H&ampM warns on dollar's strength hitting buying power

Exclusive: CN Rail derailment numbers soared before recent crashes

Consumer sentiment slips in March on bad weather

High nursing home bills squeeze insurers, driving rates up

China March flash HSBC PMI contracts to 11-month low, fans policy easing...

China's growth seen cooling, Developing Asia steady - ADB

German business morale at eight-month high, pointing to strong first...

UK retail sales improve in February, boding well for economy

Fox sues record label in dispute over 'Empire' title

TSX falls on broad declines despite oil price surge

Financial crime replaces house prices on UK regulator watch list

Chipmaker deal helps Wall St. rebound, oil slumps anew

Animal shelters let kids cozy up to pets at summer camps

Drug-resistant TB threatens to kill 75 million people by 2050

China banks borrow Western tricks to combat spike in bad loans

US drillers scrambling to thwart OPEC threat

Australia beats India, meets New Zealand in World Cup final

Report: Racial disparities in arrests persist with legal pot

Foreign investors buy UK firms at fastest pace since 2007

As Lee era ends, Singapore braces for change as young worry about future

With big projects, Ethiopia shedding famine stereotype

Adidas to shift some production from Asia in quest for speed

Greek PM Tsipras says he seeks no rift with Europe

Cruz targets conservatives as he starts White House run

Hi-tech and Big Data offer hope to battered U.S. oil industry

30 years after Cold War killing, US officer is remembered