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Italy November manufacturing sentiment edges up but overall business...

Canada Sept retail sales surge, may prompt GDP rethink

Inflation expectations weakest in more than five years - survey

UK service sector grows steadily in three months to November - CBI

Hungary's ruling party down in polls over Web tax, quarrels with West

Japan PM's support at lowest ever as nation heads for election

Abe dissolves parliament

U.S. jobless claims fall continuing claims lowest since 2000

Draghi says ECB ready to act fast to tackle low inflation

Reuters poll: Canada house price rises, new construction to slow

China's official PMI seen edging down to 50.6 in November

FTSE retreats on weak data from China, euro zone

Lending to euro zone private sector shrinks again Oct - ECB

Weak TLTRO demand makes ECB's balance sheet target tough to reach -...

Government caveat threatens Hungary's private pension schemes - fund...

Low voter turnout could erode Japan PM Abe's call for fresh mandate

Turkey bans reporting on corruption investigation of ex-ministers

France's Sarkozy wants EU to lose half its powers

Business investment unexpectedly drops in third-quarter, GDP unrevised

Bank of England scheme fails to increase lending to small UK firms

British house price boom fading but no price falls expected - Reuters Poll

Global stocks grind higher after central bank stimulus signals

Sarkozy hopes to crush party rivals in French come-back test

Abenomics working well, slide in yen positive - Abe adviser

Retailers look to U.S. Black Friday for Christmas lift-off

U.S. economy resilient in third quarter as global growth cools

Ineos plans $1 billion investment in UK shale gas

Japan PM seeks verdict on 'Abenomics' in snap election

Grappling with protests, Mexico president urges swift judicial reform

Citigroup Said to Be Ousted From ECB FX Group After Rigging Fine

Online protest delays EU plan to resolve US trade row

Fund boards, management go on high alert around bond liquidity

Bruised Venezuelan opposition may make headway in 2015

Exclusive: Online protest delays EU plan to resolve U.S. trade row

Israel's lurch to the right dims two-state peace prospects