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  • New York state factory activity drops from near five-year high: NY Fed

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Manufacturing activity in New York state in October slowed to its weakest pace since April after posting its strongest pace in nearly five years the previous month, the New York Federal Reserve said in a report on Wednesday. The...
  • War on the doorstep compounds Turkey's economic worries

    ISTANBUL/ANKARA (Reuters) - Already struggling for substantial growth after at least a year of foreign and internal turmoil, the Turkish economy could have done without an Islamic State onslaught against Syrian Kurds on Turkey's border. Investors who...
  • U.S. tackles long-term unemployment with $170 million in grants

    The U.S. Labor Department is taking on long-term unemployment – which last month affected 3 million Americans – by issuing nearly $170 million in grants to help train, counsel and place job seekers. Returning workers to long-jobs is “...
  • India prepares to pay $400 million under interim deal to Iran: sources

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Iran has sought payment of $400 million from India under an interim deal with six world powers that allows the OPEC nation to recover part of its overseas frozen oil revenues, industry sources said in Wednesday. Iran and the...
  • 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...
  • Study shows America's most expensive city, and it's not NYC

    Study shows America's most expensive city, and it's not NYC
    New York City is often believed to be the most expensive city in the U.S., but a new report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics says otherwise.    The report compares the average annual expenditures on housing and related items, like utilities,...
  • Obama: messiah or mess?

    Obama: messiah or mess?
    What ever happened to the messiah? He for whom Americans danced in the streets on that unforgettable election night just six years ago. He who promised that humankind would remember this moment "when the rise of the oceans began to slow and our planet...
  • 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...
  • Fund managers most bearish on growth, stocks for two years: survey

    LONDON (Reuters) - Global fund managers are their most gloomy on the outlook for global growth and stock markets in two years as they adjust to a world of diminishing central bank stimulus, a survey showed on Tuesday. The Bank of America-Merrill Lynch...
  • 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...