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IMF: special status on greek debt's crisis

The International Monetary Fund IMF will not join the Greek bailout program but will accept a special role as advisory status with limited powers according [...]

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France's industrial output rose by 2.1% in August

France's industrial production rebounded more than expected in August figures from the statistical office Insee showed Friday  Industrial output grew  in August from July when [...]

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Bundesbank denies QE tapering rumours

Pure fantasy in this way Michel Best  Bundesbank spokesman denied the rumor that European Central Bank ECB might be considering a taper after the bond buying program gets concluded [...]

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Eurozone retail sales 0.1% down, less than expected

Retail sales in the Eurozone fell less than expected in August according to the latest figures from Eurostat EU's statistics agency said retail sales dipped [...]

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IMF cuts forecasts global growth

The IMF maintened its forecast for weak economic growth in the advanced economies on Tuesday while citing increasing risks from isolationist sentiment but upgraded its [...]

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Italy enters 50-year Bond club with €5bln sale

Italy launched its first -year Bond on Tuesday Like Spain France and Belgium in a statement the Italian Finance Ministry said the bond would mature [...]

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British manufacturing sector in September: never so positive since 2014

UK manufacturing activity rose to its highest in more than two years as the level new export orders surged on the weaker British Pound a [...]

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Japan national CPI remains negative (-0,5%) in August

Overall consumer prices in Japan were down percent on year in August the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications said on Friday In a report [...]

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Draghi defends ECB policy against German criticism

The ECB President Mario Draghi has vigorously defended the measures before German parliamentarians that in recent months had not spared criticism In his speech at the Bundestag [...]

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Switzerland remained at first position in global competitiveness ranking

Switzerland ranked the most competitive economy for the eighth consecutive year ahead of Singapore and the United States According to WEF the latest survey results [...]

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