International Economic
15 Feb
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Credit Bank of Moscow eurobond sale greeted by strong demand

Russia's second-largest private bank successfully tapped global debt markets this week, via the sale of a heavily over-subscribed issue.

15 Feb
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Trade talks to continue next week in Washington

US and Chinese officials will meet next week in Washington to continue talks on trade in an attempt to secure a final deal that will put an end to the current tensions.

15 Feb
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Credit Bank of Moscow Eurobond sale greeted by strong demand

Russia's second-largest private bank successfully tapped global debt markets this week, via the sale of a heavily over-subscribed issue.

15 Feb
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US-China trade talks split without resolution

Trade talks between the US and China that were aimed at averting the imposition of new tariffs in March have broken up without reaching a resolution.

15 Feb
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Spain calls snap general election for 28 April

Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez on Friday called a snap election for 28 April after the government’s budget draft was rejected by parliament on Wednesday.

14 Feb
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US initial jobless claims unexpectedly rise

The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits unexpectedly rose last week, while the monthly average hit its highest level in a year, according to figures from the Labor Department.

14 Feb
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US retail sales slide in December, missing forecasts

US retail sales showed a surprise slump in December, the biggest since 2009.

14 Feb
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German intelligence monitoring Russian links to far-right parties

Germany's intelligence agency is examining links between far-right parties such as Alternative for Germany (AfD) and the Russian government, according to reports from the RND group of newspapers on Thursday.

14 Feb
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Eurozone economy inches ahead as Germany, Italy falter

The eurozone economy continued to grow in the fourth quarter, official figures out on Thursday showed, albeit marginally.

14 Feb
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Chinese exports see surprise return to growth

Chinese exports unexpectedly rebounded in January, returning to growth and beating analyst forecasts, official statistics showed on Thursday.

14 Feb
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Germany narrowly avoids recession

Germany narrowly avoided a recession last year as growth in the fourth quarter was flat, according to preliminary data released by Destatis on Thursday.

14 Feb
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US and China resume trade talks ahead of looming deadline

US and Chinese officials will resume trade talks on Thursday all through Friday as the 1 March deadline to reach an agreement moves closer.

13 Feb
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US household debt reaches record high of $13.5trn

American household debt rose to $13. 5trn at the end of 2018, fuelling concerns that the US is ill-prepared for any potential downturn in its economic fortunes.

13 Feb
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EU industrial production falls again

Euro area industrial production continued to fall at the end of last year, official data showed on Wednesday.

13 Feb
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Trump offers olive branch in China trade talks

US president Donald Trump has indicated he could extend a crucial deadline as Washington and Beijing seek an agreement over trade.

13 Feb
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UK businesses demand answers on no-deal Brexit

UK business leaders published a list of twenty critical questions for the government to answer in order to prepare for a potential no-deal Brexit.

12 Feb
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UK MPs, regulators urge govt to 'get a grip' of ATM closures

The government and regulators were on Tuesday told to "get a grip" of consumers' ability to access their cash as a wave of ATM closures hit the UK.

12 Feb
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BoE's Carney issues stark warning on risks from trade, China slowdown

Bank of England chief Mark Carney sounded a dire warning on Tuesday on what the costs of a full-blown trade war might be.

12 Feb
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US lawmakers reach deal to avoid new government shutdown

Democratic and Republican lawmakers reached a tentative deal late on Monday to avoid a new government shutdown next Friday.

12 Feb
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Environmental breakdown could trigger socioeconomic crisis - IPPR

Human-induced environmental damage has reached a critical stage and could threaten socioeconomic stability, said the latest report from the Institute for Public Policy Research.