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Japan inflation slows in October, output and spending show signs of...

Euro zone economic sentiment rises slightly in November

Saudi sights set on US shale at crucial OPEC meeting

Asia stocks mixed, oil slumps ahead of OPEC meet

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

China's growth rebounds but still vulnerable

UK industrial output flat in July, trade deficit widens sharply

Orders for US durable goods rise 4.2 pct. in June

Oil recoups early losses pump price up to $3.55

Japan industrial production up 2.5 percent in Dec.

UK April industrial output rises at fastest annual pace since 2011

China first-quarter GDP at 18-month low, to cut reserve ratio for small...

Manufacturing expands in U.S, slows in China euro zone gears up

US factory activity growth hits highest since May 2010

Li's options narrow as China growth slowdown deepens

China industrial output up 9% on-year in July

Commodities mixed on global growth outlook

Fiscal-cliff deal no recipe for a robust economy

Asia stocks rise as US, China economies improve

Insight - As western automakers embrace aluminium, Asia still welded to...

U.S., euro zone activity up China decline slows

Euro zone business recovery stays strong

UK economy grows at fastest annual pace in six years

UK manufacturing growth cools as export orders slip: EEF

China's August exports accelerate, imports slow

US durable goods orders rise 3.3 percent in April

US factory output falls on weak auto production

Japan factory output up 2 pct, CPI stops falling

Slower US growth might lead Fed to delay tapering

India clocks tepid 4.7% growth in Oct-Dec quarter

Italian banks' bad debt cleanup to expose bigger capital gap

US factory output falls 0.4 percent in April

US, euro zone activity up China decline slows

Economy's Q2 rebound was even faster than thought

Ailing global economy could lead Fed to delay hike

China October data shows economy cooling further, need for more policy...

Euro zone industry output rises slightly in September