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Harvey costs could rise up to $50 bn

Tropical storm Harvey had not stopped raining on Texas before the first estimates emerged as to how many billions of dollars in damages would result [...]

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Brexit will help Frankfurt to become a Little London

Brexit is set to deliver a much-heralded jobs boom with over new roles to be created in Frankfurt A new report released by lobby group [...]

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Brexodus: Uk immigration drops after Brexit vote

Net migration to Britain has fallen to a three-year low as a growing number of European Union citizens have left the country following last year's [...]

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Draghi defends QE warning Central Banks over monetary policy

President Mario Draghi gave little indication about the next steps for monetary policy in the euro zone during a speech on Wednesday ahead of a [...]

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Swiss meat the most expensive, more than the average worldwide

Online catering marketplace Caterwings have conducted a study regarding the global price of basic food items as preliminary research ahead of their expansion into foreign [...]

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Expert Commentary: Focus on US and EU economies

Eurozone inflation was stable in July and unemployment reached its lowest rate since February In your opinion how that can impact the ECB's interest rates [...]

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OECD: economic growth in France and Germany, UK slows

The U S is set for steady economic growth while the U K and Russia appear to be heading for slowdowns according to leading indicators [...]

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Swiss consumer confidence gets power in July

Swiss consumer confidence strengthened in July survey results from the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs or SECO showed Wednesday The consumer confidence index rose to [...]

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Forex loss curbs SNB results in first half 2017

Switzerland's central bank on Monday reported a net profit of billion Swiss francs for the first half of as big foreign exchange losses weighed on earnings [...]

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Slow Growth

It is a widely accepted postulate that excessive debt slows growth while lowering interest rates is a remedy applied to stimulate growth The most recent [...]

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