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  • D86 launches campaign to promote district's side in teacher contract talks

    D86 launches campaign to promote district's side in teacher contract talks
    Two officials from Hinsdale Township High School District 86 highlighted their side of ongoing contract negotiations with teachers during a news conference Monday. Board President Richard Skoda and board member Ed Corcoran included in their...
  • Faltering Germany casts cloud over fragile euro zone

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Germany's faltering economy has cast further doubt over the euro zone's prospects for recovery this year, with no other big country strong enough to pick up the slack. Since late last year, the 18 countries using the euro have been...
  • Japan inflation expected to dip in June, rise again later in year

    TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's consumer price inflation is expected to ease slightly in June as the increase in import costs from a weak yen fades, but prices are likely to accelerate later this year if a tight labor market pushes up wages. Exports in June...
  • Schaeuble says EU must focus on competitiveness, not exchange rate

    PARIS (Reuters) - Europe must focus on improving the competitiveness of its economy rather than the exchange rate, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Friday, brushing aside French calls for EU action to weaken the euro. French...
  • Germany urges euro zone to reform, not rely on ECB help

    MADRID/PARIS (Reuters) - - Germany's finance minister and central bank chief on Friday pressed euro zone governments to pass reforms to shape up their economies rather than rely on the European Central Bank for help. In Madrid, Bundesbank chief Jens...
  • Exclusive: Morgan Stanley rebuilds in commodities trading

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - After more than a year of scaling back in commodities, Morgan Stanley is ready to expand. The Wall Street bank plans to hire about a dozen traders, sales staff and other professionals in the United States. It's building up...
  • Euro zone June inflation unchanged at low levels as expected

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone inflation stayed low as expected in what the European Central Bank calls the "danger zone" in June as falling prices of food and phone calls offset more expensive tobacco and restaurants, data showed on Thursday. Consumer...
  • Euro zone periphery on recovery track but deflation a worry: Reuters poll

    (Reuters) - Some of the euro zone's most vulnerable economies are set for stable if lackluster growth over the coming year and deflation remains a serious threat, a Reuters poll of economists showed on Thursday. The economic outlooks for Ireland and...
  • Global growth prospects dim even as asset prices fly higher: Reuters poll

    (Reuters) - Global growth prospects have dimmed slightly, with the United States and Britain leading industrialized economies that are not generating much inflation even after years of aggressive monetary stimulus, Reuters polls found. While China's...
  • Deflation still threatens euro zone, growth steady at best: Reuters poll

    (Reuters) - There is little chance of a significant rebound in the euro zone economy in the next two years as low inflation and high unemployment keeps the currency bloc lagging behind its peers, a Reuters poll found on Thursday. The prospect of...
  • Euro zone trade surplus widens in May, exports, imports flat y/y

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The euro zone's trade surplus grew year-on-year in May in a sign net trade made a positive contribution to economic growth in the second quarter, the European Union's Statistics Office data showed on Wednesday. The external trade...