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  • Cheaper oil and strong dollar push import prices lower

    Cheaper oil and strong dollar push import prices lower
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. import prices fell in September for the third straight month as the cost of petroleum products declined and a strong dollar made it cheaper for Americans to buy goods from the European Union. The Labor Department said on...
  • IMF quite concerned about economic slowdown in Germany

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund is quite concerned about the economic slowdown in Germany, because it points to slower economic growth in the euro zone as a whole, IMF European Department Deputy Director Mahmood Pradhan said on...
  • With global economy stuttering, governments urged to open purse

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Advocates of a global infrastructure push foresee hundreds of billions of dollars of efficiently managed projects springing up across developed and developing nations alike, putting the unemployed to work while paving the way for...
  • Ebola fears spread as Spanish nurse worsens, British man tested

    Ebola fears spread as Spanish nurse worsens, British man tested
    Fears that the Ebola outbreak will spread globally rose on Thursday with the deteriorating health of an infected Spanish nurse, a British man who died in Macedonia being tested for the virus and more demands by U.S. lawmakers for travel bans. At least 26...
  • Sunny September sales unlikely to brighten retailers' holiday prospects

    Sunny September sales unlikely to brighten retailers' holiday prospects
    (Reuters) - A resurgence in spending helped by an improving U.S. economy bolstered back to school season sales for retailers in September, but stagnant wages may force more discounting in the coming months, keeping pressure on margins. September's...
  • Big stock market swings to be the norm for a while

    Don't expect Wall Street to get tame any time soon. The wild gyrations seen in recent days will probably continue as investors weigh worries over the sluggish global economy with the prospects of the Federal Reserve's easy-money policies coming to an...
  • Bill Gross gives somber outlook for financial markets

    In his first presentation to investors since his abrupt departure from Pacific Investment Management Co., "bond king" Bill Gross acknowledged he'd had a "rough few weeks" and would have preferred to retire from Pimco, the Newport Beach investment firm...
  • Europe risks, U.S. caution could delay British rate rises

    LONDON (Reuters) - The risk of a new recession in the euro zone and caution from the U.S. Federal Reserve are weighing on expectations of the timing of a first increase in British borrowing costs, potentially delaying it. The Bank of England, as...
  • Food fights: Keeping that grocery bill trim

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - It was a revelation for Vanessa Ali when she took her boyfriend Kevin Tomas food shopping for the first time. He took one look at the prices and told her to put everything back. "I don't think he realized how much food costs," said...
  • Futures suggest traders see U.S. Fed hiking rates in fourth-quarter 2015

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Short-term U.S. interest rates futures were mostly higher early Thursday as traders now see the Federal Reserve will more likely raise policy rates in the fourth quarter in 2015 following a perceived dovish set of minutes on its...
  • Return of volatility brings currency funds a welcome windfall

    LONDON (Reuters) - Big price swings in the foreign exchange market are back and currency funds are reaping the benefit after years of poor returns as central bank cash suppressed the volatility on which they depend. Laith Khalaf, a strategist at...