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  • G20's new growth plans suspiciously long in the tooth

    SYDNEY (Reuters) - As leaders of the world's 20 most powerful nations congratulate themselves on plans to boost economic growth, a closer look at their 800-plus policy proposals reveals a catalog of measures that are either old, vague or unlikely to be...
  • China home price fall deepens despite policy support, FDI slips

    BEIJING (Reuters) - China's home prices slumped an annual 2.6 percent in October, shrugging off a range of government support measures in a nationwide downturn that threatens to stifle economic growth. October's year on year price drop was the biggest...
  • NATO leader sees 'serious military buildup' in Ukraine, urges Russia to pull back troops

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said on Tuesday a military buildup was taking place both inside Ukraine and on the Russian side of the border and urged Moscow to pull back its troops. Information from NATO and other sources...
  • Fred Hiatt: As Putin keeps advancing, U.S. keeps rationalizing

    Fred Hiatt: As Putin keeps advancing, U.S. keeps rationalizing
    If someone had told you last fall that Russia would soon invade a neighboring country, annex part of it and occupy another chunk, you might have been skeptical. You certainly would not have believed that, in the face of this shattering of the accepted...
  • Hedge fund star Hintze tips long U.S. high yield credit, short Europe

    LONDON (Reuters) - Hedge fund CQS is betting on U.S. high-yield corporate bonds following the return of widening credit spreads and volatility in the second half of the year, the firm's founder Michael Hintze, one of Europe's most influential investors,...
  • Bird flu found in UK, Netherlands but authorities say little risk to humans

    AMSTERDAM/LONDON/PARIS (Reuters) - Bird flu was found on a duck farm in England on Monday days after it was discovered in Dutch chickens, forcing authorities to destroy poultry and restrict exports, although it was not a strain known to be deadly to...
  • British EU exit debate scaring off investment - Hermes funds

    LONDON (Reuters) - Political rhetoric raising the possibility that Britain may leave the European Union could already be deterring foreign investment and harming London's financial services industry, a top UK investor said. Saker Nusseibeh, head of...
  • Ukraine wants talks with Russia but with US participation

    KIEV Ukraine on Tuesday suggested fresh talks with Russia over the bloody conflict with separatists, but insisted that the United States should participate. "We invite the Russian Federation to hold serious negotiations on neutral territory," Prime...
  • Romania's next president says may try to topple government

    BUCHAREST (Reuters) - Romania's incoming president Klaus Iohannis said on Tuesday his party might try to topple Prime Minister Victor Ponta's government next year, an early sign of the instability that might follow his surprise victory. A national...
  • Ukraine's Naftogaz aims to avoid importing gas from Russia

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Ukraine aims to avoid using an interim gas deal signed last month for as long as it can and eventually end its reliance on Russian gas through better EU connections, Naftogaz Chief Executive Andriy Kobolyev told Reuters on Tuesday....
  • Greece at odds with EU/IMF lenders in 'tough' bailout review

    ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece is locked in tough negotiations with its foreign lenders, with "nerves stretched" on both sides, the finance minister warned on Tuesday, raising the temperature as Athens tries to exit an unpopular bailout program. Inspectors...