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Japan PM reins in BoJ governor's inflation ambitions
Japanese premier Shinzo Abe has played down a pledge by the new central bank governor to do "whatever it takes" to meet his 2pc inflation target within two years, conceding that changes in the global economy could limit the Bank of Japan's powers to kick start the languid economy.
Only Cypriot President and Speaker allowed to fly business class
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Europe's leaders paralysed as EMU jobless rate hits record high
Eurozone unemployment reached a record 12pc in February and looks certain to ratchet higher as fiscal cuts deepen and manufacturing continues to struggle, raising the spectre of social explosion across southern Europe.
Non-food prices rise for first time in 15 months
The price of clothing and other non-food items on the high street has risen for the first time since 2011, providing an early sign of a revival in the retail sector and a potential boost for the British economy.
Mortgage rates set for fall, Bank of England survey shows
Mortgage rates are about to drop “significantly” over the next three months, a Bank of England survey discovered, offering an extra boost to the housing market in the wake of government measures unveiled in the Budget.
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Japan's central bank launches 'new phase of monetary easing'
Japan's central bank made a drastic shift in monetary policy on Thursday, as it pledged to double the amount of money in circulation in its latest attempt to banish deflation and spur growth in the world's third-largest economy.
French service firms suffer steep downturn
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Cyprus 'no template' for future bail-outs, says Mario Draghi
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A banking reboot would sow the seeds of growth
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Trade figures set to fuel triple-dip recession fears
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China's local government debt may be £1 trillion more than estimated
China may have underestimated the extent of the black hole in local government finances by as much as £1 trillion, the country's former finance minister has said.
David Bowie's success holds lessons for Britain, Foreign Office economist says
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