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German growth broadens as economy has best quarter in a year

May 23 2017 09:30

From consumer spending to investment to exports, all parts of the German economy has helped to push growth to 0.6% in the first quarter, the fastest in a year.


Trump seeks $3.6trn in cuts to reshape govt

May 23 2017 09:02

President Donald Trump would dramatically reduce the US government’s role in society with $3.6trn in spending cuts, in a budget plan that shrinks the safety net for the poor.


May reverses stance as labour gains in polls

May 22 2017 15:26

Theresa May has backed down over one of the central pledges of her election campaign, following polls that showed the opposition Labour Party gaining ground.


London home sellers shrug off election, raise prices

May 22 2017 10:23

London house prices have rebounded in May, rising to a record as buyers and sellers defied the usual trend of holding off on property transactions before an election.


EU discusses Brexit position as UK threatens to quit talks

May 22 2017 09:28

European Union ministers will meet in Brussels to refine their Brexit negotiating position after the UK threatened to quit talks on its departure.


Chaos engulfing Trump stirs anxiety in Russia

May 19 2017 14:04

The Kremlin’s growing increasingly unhappy at being in the center of US political storms that threaten to knock President Donald Trump off course.


Greek economy limps onto launchpad after late-night vote

May 19 2017 12:28

Greece’s latest economic reforms will be key to winning debt relief that unleashes years of pent-up investment and finally ends its economic crisis.


US housing decline, permits show sector weakness

May 16 2017 14:52

Unexpected declines in US new-home construction and building permits indicate the market is off to a weak start this quarter, government data shows.


UK labour party vows to raise £48.6bn in tax

May 16 2017 13:28

UK Labour Party Leader Jeremy Corbyn has pledged to raise £48.6bn in taxes on businesses and the wealthy to pour more money into health, education and infrastructure.


Trump's shocking-but-legal classified disclosure

May 16 2017 09:14

Trump’s reported disclosure of Islamic State plans to two Russian officials during an Oval Office visit is not illegal.

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Putin: US political struggle is affecting global economy

May 15 2017 15:45

Russian President Vladimir Putin says political uncertainties in the US and the European Union are weighing on the global economy.


Merkel's hand strengthened by german voters ahead of summits

May 15 2017 12:24

Chancellor Angela Merkel is picking up a tailwind for Germany’s election, strengthening her position at home and on the global stage ahead of a series of summits..

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