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Economy

UK asks EU to leave legal relationships untouched by Brexit

Aug 22 2017 14:22

The UK wants to keep London at the centre of European commercial legal disputes after Brexit. Except, without the European Court of Justice.

Economy

Ghana to cut 2017 spending as it struggles to raise revenue

Aug 21 2017 14:36

Ghana plans to cut spending this year as weak revenue collections are the 'Achilles’ heel' in getting its accounts to balance, says Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta.

Economy

Britain and EU clash over Brexit timetable for trade deal

Aug 21 2017 12:21

Britain and the European Union are at odds over how soon the Brexit talks can pivot towards a trade deal just a week before negotiations are set to resume.

Economy

UK wage growth beats forecasts but still lags inflation

Aug 16 2017 13:45

The squeeze on UK consumers has continued in the second quarter, when the fastest inflation in four years ate into workers’ income.

Economy

Broad-based advance in US retail sales shows solid spending

Aug 15 2017 14:56

US retail sales have advanced by the most this year, with widespread gains that signal a robust start to consumer spending in the third quarter.

Economy

UK seeks interim customs union with EU to smooth Brexit

Aug 15 2017 10:44

The UK government says it wants to maintain tariff-free, bureaucracy-light trade with the European Union for a period after Brexit and perhaps permanently.

Economy

German economy extends growth spurt as nation heads for vote

Aug 15 2017 09:15

The German economy has extended its growth spurt in the second quarter, playing into the hands of Angela Merkel as she bids for a fourth term as chancellor.

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Economy

China economy loses momentum as factory output, investment slow

Aug 14 2017 09:30

China’s economy has showed further signs of entering a second-half slowdown, as curbs on property, excess borrowing and industrial overcapacity began to bite.

Economy

Unexpected drop in US wholesale prices shows tame inflation

Aug 10 2017 18:02

An unexpected decrease in US wholesale prices in July, the first in nearly a year, signals inflation will remain tame, according to the US Labor Department.

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