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UK to provide first Brexit details to EU leaders

Oct 20 2016 19:15

British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to hold her first talks with EU leaders and will tell them that the UK's decision to leave the bloc is irreversible.


Girls can cut poverty in developing economies - UN

Oct 20 2016 18:58

Developing economies stand to gain an extra $21bn if they improve girls' health and sex education, says the United Nations Population Fund.


UK retail sales stagnate as prices hit clothing

Oct 20 2016 13:34

UK retail sales have stagnated for a second month in September as rising prices and warm weather hit demand for clothing.


US housing starts unexpectedly drop

Oct 19 2016 16:45

New-home construction in the US has unexpectedly fallen on a plunge in multifamily building while permits rose more than forecast.


UK inflation surges as rate-cut decision looms closer

Oct 18 2016 14:15

UK inflation has accelerated to the fastest pace in almost two years, part of an upward trend that’s set to continue as the weaker pound pushes up import costs.


UK out of top five investment sites post Brexit

Oct 17 2016 15:45

The UK has dropped out of businesses’ top five locations for investments for the first time in seven years on Brexit fears.


UK gas on longest winning streak in nine years

Oct 17 2016 15:00

Britain’s heating season has started with a bang, as natural gas contracts reverse a two-year slump.


Brexit challenge seeks to invalidate vote: UK govt

Oct 17 2016 14:30

A lawsuit seeking to force Prime Minister Theresa May to hold a vote in Parliament before beginning Britain’s exit from the European Union interferes with democracy.


Brexit costs UK its spot among top 5 investment destinations

Oct 17 2016 07:25

Britain has lost its place as one of the top-five investment destinations of choice in the wake of the country's decision to leave the European Union, according to a new survey.


Brics to fast-track new credit rating agency

Oct 16 2016 15:44

The Brics nations will fast-track the setting up of their own credit-rating agency to better cater to developing economies, rivalling existing ones based in Western countries.



Brics must double trade to $500bn by 2020 - Modi

Oct 16 2016 15:37

The world’s largest emerging markets must double trade between their countries in the next four years, says Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


How Russia's Rosneft rose to top with Kremlin's help

Oct 14 2016 16:23

Once a little-known firm, Russia's Rosneft has enjoyed a meteoric rise under President Vladimir Putin's rule to become the world's largest publicly traded oil company.

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