MEAT IS MEAT: A man sells raw ham during the Paris international agricultural fair at the Porte de Versailles exhibition centre in Paris. (Loic Venance, AFP)
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US stocks have held near the unchanged mark, following data on economic growth and ahead of a report on consumer sentiment.
The Bank of England is expected to increase the interest rates because the factors that have pushed down inflation sharply are largely transitory.
London's stock market has hit a record high, rounding off a successful week for European indices thanks to a deal on Greece's bailout and positive company results.
British consumers have turned more upbeat as faster pay growth and low inflation make them more confident about their finances, ahead of the national elections.
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