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US wants Britain to remain 'strong leader' in Europe

Mar 29 2017 22:06

The US wants Britain to remain a strong leader in Europe even as it begins its withdrawal from the European Union, the Trump administration says.


    German chancellor Merkel's response to Brexit

    Mar 29 2017 17:14

    Conflicting reports are being received over exactly what German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said over Britain leaving the EU.


    EU's Tusk tells Britain: We already miss you

    Mar 29 2017 15:41

    EU president Donald Tusk says the bloc is already missing Britain but will act as one to defend its interests after the two-year exit process was triggered.


    UK businesses prepare Brexit wish lists

    Mar 28 2017 10:11

    Businesses are bracing for Brexit by making last-ditch demands of the UK government to keep their interests in mind.


    US travel industry fears a ‘lost decade’ under Trump

    Mar 27 2017 15:17

    A steady drumbeat of news and policy proclamations have seemed likely to damage America’s $250bn travel industry and its roughly 15 million US employees.


    German business confidence increases to strongest since '11

    Mar 27 2017 11:17

    German business sentiment has climbed to the strongest since July 2011 in a sign that the economy is sustaining its momentum.


    Fed has room for more rate increases in 2017

    Mar 27 2017 09:47

    The Federal Reserve has room for two more rate increases this year, as the economy seems “reasonably close” to full employment says former Federal Reserve President.


    Crop-destroying armyworm caterpillars spread to Uganda

    Mar 26 2017 11:15

    A plague of crop-destroying fall armyworm caterpillars has spread to East Africa where officials confirmed their presence for the first time in Uganda.


    Brexit begins as EU receives divorce papers from UK

    Mar 29 2017 15:39

    Prime Minister Theresa May has set the UK on course for leaving the European Union, a divorce that will redefine the country’s relationship with its largest trading partner.


    China lifts ban on Brazilian meat imports

    Mar 26 2017 15:04

    Major trading partner China has lifted a ban on imports from Brazil, which is trying to recover from a rotten meat scandal that has pummeled its agribusiness industry.

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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.

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