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  • U.K. House Prices Unexpectedly Increased in March
    on Apr 2, 2009 in News
    U.K. house prices unexpectedly rose for the first time since October 2007 after the Bank of England’s interest-rate cuts attracted buyers to the property market, Nationwide Building Society said. The average cost of a home jumped 0.9 per...
  • G-20 Leaders Spar Over Hedge Fund Rules, Pay as Summit Starts
    on Apr 2, 2009 in News
    World leaders sparred over an agreement to tighten rules on financial markets, with Germany and France pushing for specific measures to rein in hedge funds and compensation as the U.S. and U.K. urged unity. As the Group of 20 summit began...
  • Global Economic Slide May Be Easing as G-20 Gathers
    on Apr 2, 2009 in News
    Leaders of the most powerful nations meet today amid signs that the world economy is stabilizing after months of freefall. The Group of 20 summit convened in London as some reports suggest the pace of decline is easing. U.S. durable-goods...
  • G-20 Targets Hedge Funds as Leaders Near Consensus
    on Mar 30, 2009 in Economics
    Leaders of advanced and emerging economies are closing ranks behind plans for tougher rules on financial markets to prevent another collapse like the one that wiped out much of Wall Street. A global approach to regulation has been gaining...
  • Japan Jobless Rate Jumps to a Three-Year High of 4.4%
    on Mar 30, 2009 in Economics
    Japan’s unemployment rate rose to a three-year high in February and job openings disappeared at the fastest pace in more than three decades as the export-led recession spread to households. The unemployment rate climbed to 4.4 percent fr...
  • 'Big Bang' Pioneers Rethink Banking Overhaul
    on Mar 30, 2009 in Economics
    London launched a radical set of market reforms known as Big Bang, turning the city into ground zero of a revolution that begat today's buckling global financial system. Now, as leaders of the world's 20 largest economies gather here to fix that syst...
  • U.S. Considers Bankruptcy for GM, Chrysler
    on Mar 30, 2009 in USA
    The Obama administration, wading deeply into the U.S. auto business, is weighing a plan to fix General Motors Corp. and Chrysler by dividing their "good" and "bad" assets and plunging them into bankruptcy to purge their biggest pr...
  • Russian Economy Will Shrink 4.5%, World Bank Says
    on Mar 30, 2009 in Economics
    Russia’s economy will probably shrink 4.5 percent this year after oil prices slumped and global contagion spread, driving up unemployment and pushing more people into poverty, the World Bank forecast. “As the crisis continues to spread...
  • U.S. Economy: Spending Growth Slowed in February
    on Mar 27, 2009 in Economics
    American consumers’ spending slowed in February and their confidence remained near a three-decade low this month, reflecting the toll of a deteriorating job market. Purchases advanced 0.2 percent after climbing 1 percent in January, the...
  • U.K. Recession Worse Than Estimated on Spending Slump
    on Mar 27, 2009 in Economics
    The U.K. economy’s contraction in the fourth quarter was deeper than previously estimated as consumer spending and construction slumped the most since 1980. Gross domestic product fell 1.6 percent from the third quarter, exceeding the pr...
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