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German output growth accelerates as employment spikes

Mar 24 2017 11:23

German economic activity has unexpectedly gathered speed in March, prompting a marked pick-up in job creation and price pressures.


UK retail sales rebound in Feb amid gloomy quarter

Mar 23 2017 17:52

Although UK retail sales surged more strongly than expected in February, the outlook for the British consumer remains weak.


CEOs take pay cuts as investors keep watch on wages

Mar 23 2017 15:26

CEOs of UK's public firms rarely look forward to facing their shareholders, but the run-up to this year’s annual general meeting season is provoking a particularly strong anxiety.


UK tops Europe for venture investment despite Brexit worry

Mar 22 2017 14:13

The UK has drawn more venture-capital investment than the next four European countries combined, mitigating concerns that Brexit is hurting British startups’ fundraising.


China's new bond rules seen threatening losses

Mar 22 2017 10:32

China’s plan to tighten rules governing the use of corporate notes as collateral for short-term loans is fuelling concern that yield hunters may face losses.


Global art sales fall to lowest point since financial crisis

Mar 22 2017 10:02

The global art market has contracted for the second straight year in 2016, falling to the lowest level since the financial crisis.


UK's non-financial services at risk after Brexit

Mar 22 2017 09:31

UK Prime Minister should seek a free-trade deal with the EU or risk damaging industries that aren’t covered by World Trade Organisation rules, says a panel.


Brazilian meat giants rush to contain scandal

Mar 21 2017 10:39

Food giants JBS SA and BRF SA have moved swiftly to reassure consumers their meat is safe to eat after finding themselves at the centre of Brazil’s latest corruption probe.


Brazil meat imports blocked over health scare

Mar 20 2017 18:52

Chile and China suspended imports of meat from Brazil over a scandal that is threatening the South American country's reputation as the world's biggest beef and poultry-exporting nation.


UK investors have too much faith in government

Mar 20 2017 18:07

The UK government will soon invoke Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty to begin divorce proceedings from the European Union.



G20 meeting: Global recovery only 'moderate, weaker than desirable'

Mar 20 2017 20:05

Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan and SA Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago represented South Africa at the first G20 gathering of finance ministers and central bank governors in Germany.


EU gives extra €165m to combat East Africa drought

Mar 20 2017 13:32

The European Union says it’s giving an extra €165m to battle humanitarian crises in East Africa, including a famine in South Sudan and drought in Somalia.

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