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  • In Ukraine, citizens feeling war's toll on economy

    In Ukraine, citizens feeling war's toll on economy
    Galina Artemyuk doesn't bother with gloves even though the mercury never rises above freezing this time of year and her wind-chapped hands are as red as boiled lobsters. She needs her fingers free to swiftly sort and wrap her daily consignment of 400...
  • German industry orders surge but Bundesbank cuts growth forecasts

    German industry orders rose far more than forecast in October and though the Bundesbank dampened the mood by slashing its growth forecasts for Europe's largest economy, its president said there were signs current weakness would soon be overcome....
  • Australian economy slugged by commodity rout, rates under pressure

    Australia's economic growth unexpectedly slowed last quarter as sliding export prices took a heavy toll on national income, and the outlook is even darker given the rout in global commodity prices of recent weeks. The Australian dollar dived to four-year...
  • Australia's RBA keeps rates on hold amid commodity selloff

    Australia's central bank kept interest rates at record lows for a 16th straight month on Tuesday, saying sub-par economic growth could extend this unusually lengthy period of stability for some time yet. There was little relief for the hard-pressed local...
  • Russia expects recession in 2015 as sanctions, oil prices bite

    Low oil prices and sanctions imposed on Moscow over Ukraine will send the Russian economy into recession next year, government officials said on Tuesday, a dramatic change to an earlier forecast of 1.2 percent gross domestic product growth. In the...
  • U.S. rivals France for top welfare spending

    U.S. rivals France for top welfare spending
    We Americans pride ourselves on not having a "welfare state." We're not like Europeans. We're more individualistic and self-reliant, and although we may have a "social safety net" to protect people against unpredictable personal and societal tragedies, we...
  • Italy's lower house okays Renzi's budget, moves on to Senate

    Italy's Chamber of Deputies approved Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's tax-cutting 2015 budget on Sunday, and it will now move on to the Senate, where it must be passed by the end of the year. The budget, which Renzi says will pull Italy out of its third...
  • Portugal economy grows 0.3 percent in third quarter

    Portugal's economy grew 0.3 percent in the third quarter, the same as in the previous three-month period, with private consumption driving the expansion, data showed on Friday. The second reading for gross domestic product in July-September also showed...
  • Italy GDP likely to stagnate in fourth quarter, statistics office ISTAT says

    Italy's economy is likely to stagnate in the fourth quarter of this year after shrinking in the previous two quarters, national statistics institute ISTAT said on Friday. In its monthly bulletin ISTAT forecast gross domestic product would be flat in...
  • Brazil's Levy has tough task to mend finances, regain trust

    Incoming finance minister Joaquim Levy faces tough hurdles, including resistance from within the ruling party, as he sets out to restore order to Brazil's messy public accounts, regain investor confidence and get a stagnant economy moving again. The...
  • Brazil next finance chief pledges balanced growth, fiscal discipline

    Brazil's incoming finance minister Joaquim Levy vowed to cut spending and clean up the country's finances on Thursday, aiming to rebuild trust with investors after years of weak growth and erratic economic policies. In his first public comments after...