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  • Euro zone needs low, possibly lower rates: ECB's Coeure

    PARIS (Reuters) - Euro zone countries are experiencing a recovery but lower interest rates may be needed to nurture it, European Central Bank executive board member Benoit Coeure told France's Le Figaro newspaper on Friday. "The markets anticipate an...
  • Kentucky's young team grew up quickly

    MADISON, Wis. Kentucky looked nothing like a team with a national championship pedigree on March 1. The freshman-laden Wildcats, No. 1 in the preseason polls, shot 26.9 percent in a 72-67 loss to a South Carolina team headed for a 13th-place finish in...
  • No reason to again give France more time to cut deficit: Rehn

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - There is no reason to further extend a European Union deadline for France to cut its budget deficit, the EU's top economic official said on Saturday, adding policy-makers should have learnt the lessons of the debt crisis and stuck...
  • Anthony Orlando: More must be done to help America's unemployed

    A few years ago, when the unemployment rate was near its peak, two Swedish economists, Stefan Eriksson and Dan-Olof Rooth, conducted an experiment to find out how hard it was to get a job if you'd been unemployed for a long time. They sent 8,466...
  • Down 4-0, Cardinals rally past Reds

    ST. LOUIS It is hardly the route that Lance Lynn sets out to take each game, nor is it what the Cardinals mean when they seek greater consistency from their third-year starter, yet there it was again Tuesday. The righty fell behind, slogged through the...
  • New French government seeks leeway on deficit deadlines

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's reshuffled government lost no time on Thursday in announcing it would seek to renegotiate its budget deficit reduction deadline with the European Commission, setting it on a collision course with EU partners. New Finance...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college roundup: Unranked CNU men stun No. 2 Salisbury in lacrosse

    Men's lacrosse: Christopher Newport's eighth-year team recorded the most significant victory in program history Wednesday, surprising Salisbury -- the nation's No. 2-ranked Division III team -- 8-7 in overtime. The host Captains, who rallied from a 7-4...
  • Ducks FYI: Team of destiny? They'll have to wait and see

    It took an ear-splitting scolding from Coach Bruce Boudreau, a game-turning hit by team leader Ryan Getzlaf, an amazing save by goalie Frederik Andersen, a power-play conversion, and Corey Perry’s won’t-be-denied rush to the net. But was...
  • Italy March state sector deficit narrows to 18.4 billion euros

    ROME (Reuters) - Italy posted a state sector deficit of 18.4 billion euros in March compared with a deficit of 22 billion euros in the same month last year, the Economy Ministry said on Tuesday. In the first three months of the year the deficit was 31....
  • Egypt current account swings back into deficit

    CAIRO (Reuters) - Egypt's current account recorded a deficit of $755.8 million in the six months ending December, swinging back into the red after billions of dollars of Gulf aid helped it record a surplus in the three months ending September. The...
  • Convention center's deficit widens with loss of big shows

    The Orange County Convention Center, the massive economic engine of the International Drive tourist district, is running a $5.6 million deficit five months into its fiscal year, the biggest such gap for that period in at least five years. The center,...