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Coffee is set to cost more as drought drives rally

Sep 26 2016 15:57

Across the country’s coffee belt, dry weather is hurting production of arabica and robusta beans, while too much rain in citrus areas hampered production of orange juice.


Global economy caught in low-growth trap - OECD

Sep 21 2016 16:46

The OECD warns that a low-growth trap has taken root in the global economy as poor growth expectations further depress trade, investment, productivity and wages.


US consumer prices increases more than forecast

Sep 16 2016 15:10

The cost of living in the US has risen more than projected on higher shelter and health-care prices, indicating that inflation continues to move closer to the Fed Reserve’s goal.


Britain approves Hinkley Point nuclear deal

Sep 15 2016 19:36

Britain has finally given the go-ahead for Hinkley Point, but set conditions to address concerns over China's role in a flagship project for Europe's nuclear sector.


US, EU set new trade talks despite obstacles

Sep 15 2016 19:20

The EU and US called for "as much progress as possible" to be made toward sealing a massive trade deal at a fresh round of talks in New York next month.


BoE sees chance of another cut this year

Sep 15 2016 14:00

Bank of England policy makers have indicated there’s still a chance of another rate cut this year as they assess the potential longer-term fallout from the Brexit vote.


UK approves EDF’s £18bn Hinkley Point nuclear plant

Sep 15 2016 13:26

The UK government has approved Electricite de France SA’s controversial plan to build two nuclear reactors for £18bn in southwest England.


Luxury home owners drop London asking prices

Sep 14 2016 16:45

Sellers of luxury homes in London are lowering asking prices following the Brexit vote as political uncertainty and high taxes discourage buyers.


UK labour market shows resilience to Brexit vote

Sep 14 2016 12:15

UK unemployment rate has stayed at an 11-year low in the three months through July as the economy added jobs, according to the Office for National Statistics.

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China seen investing too much in power plants

Sep 14 2016 09:30

China may be investing too much in coal power, with construction of new plants accelerating at the same time that demand growth for electricity is slowing.


UK parliament must play key role in Brexit process

Sep 13 2016 14:28

The UK government shouldn’t trigger the process of withdrawing from the European Union without parliamentary approval, says the unelected House of Lords.

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