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Asian stocks tick up, euro subdued as ECB maintains easing bias

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Asian stocks inched higher on Friday and looked set to close a strong week on a positive note, while the euro slipped after the European Central Bank showed no signs of paring its stimulus program......»»

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Italian Style Coffee Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer

Italian Style Coffee Lowers Risk of Prostate Cancer New European research, published this week in the International Journal of Cancer, has added to the growing body of evidence that Coffee can have a protective effect.....»»

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Noble Energy Becomes Intriguing Long-Term Investment Target With Israel-Europe Pipeline

Noble Energy Becomes Intriguing Long-Term Investment Target With Israel-Europe Pipeline.....»»

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Russian Officials Say U.S. Global Missile Defense Could Lead to Nuclear War in Europe

Top Russian political and military officials said the U.S.'s missile defense shield in Europe may encourage Washington to launch a nuclear attack on Moscow......»»

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Currencies: Euro turns lower as Draghi says eurozone economic outlook still uncertain

The euro turned decisively lower on Thursday, as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi emphasized that the eurozone’s economic outlook remains uncertain, even as its economy has shown signs of improving at the fastest pace in six years......»»

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ECB keeps tap open, but nods to recovery

The European Cen.....»»

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EU Says National Front May Have Misspent as Much as €5 Million

Lawmakers from France’s National Front may have misspent as much as €5 million in EU funds, the European Parliament now estimates, more than double the original estimate in the investigation into the party’s activities......»»

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ECB Gives No Indication It"s Ready to End Easy Money

The European Central Bank gave no signs it is ready to wind down its monetary stimulus despite an economic rebound in the eurozone, opting to soothe financial markets ahead of the second round of France’s presidential election......»»

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EU Ministers Agree on Brexit Negotiation Guidelines

European Union ministers agreed their negotiating guidelines for talks with Britain on its withdrawal from the bloc, showing “remarkable” unity, the.....»»

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Credit Suisse unveils another change of course

EUROPE’S most troubled big banks may at last be on the road to recovery. Not only is economic growth perking up; uncomfortable decisions, put off too long, are also be.....»»

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Europe’s Central Bank Sounds a More Upbeat Tone

The central bank’s Governing Council has become more optimistic about the eurozone economy, offering a hint at winding down stimulus measures......»»

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European Central Bank keeps money taps open, nods to euro zone recovery

Euro zone economic sentiment hit a 10-year high this month.....»»

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Europe Markets: European stocks snap 6-day win streak as ECB offers no surprises

European stocks fall for the first time in seven sessions on Thursday, with Deutsche Bank shares down despite a leap in profit, and as European Central Bank President Mario Draghi offered no major surprises as he discussed the outlook for monetary policy......»»

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Bond Report: 10-year Treasury yields slip below 2.30% as ECB leaves policy unchanged

Treasury yields fell on Thursday after the European Central Bank kept monetary policy intact......»»

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Credit Suisse unveils another change of course

EUROPE’S most troubled big banks may at last be on the road to recovery. Not only is economic growth perking up; uncomfortable decisions, put off too long, are also bein.....»»

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Words to Watch: How to Detect Shifts by Europe’s Central Bank

Analysts and investors examine every word spoken by Mario Draghi, the president of the European Central Bank. Here’s what they listen for......»»

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Economic Sentiment in Eurozone Reaches Decade High

The European Union says economic sentiment across the 19-country eurozone is at its highest level for nearly a decade, the latest signal that the region’s r.....»»

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Euro and Stock Markets Lower After ECB

The euro sank to a day’s low and European stock markets and bond yields fell back on Thursday, undoing initial gains, after European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi said policymakers d.....»»

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Oil slumps below $49 as gasoline prices keep falling

Gasoline prices further deteriorated and the dollar spiked following the European Central Bank's latest interest rate decision, dragging oil futures lower......»»

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ECB Keeps Interest Rates, Stimulus Program Unchanged

The threats to the eurozone’s economic recovery are diminishing, but there are as yet few signs that inflation will settle at the European Central Bank’s target, its president said......»»

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