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House prices post strongest annual growth in nearly three years
Osborne warns over 'badly-timed' Tobin tax
Bank of England says no to more QE
ECB holds interest rates on hopes of recovery
Brussels dismisses 'plainly wrong' IMF criticism over Greece
China-EU trade war a risk for UK growth
Hard-line ECB washes hands of jobless crisis, sees no 'Japanese' deflation
If the Labour Party won't spend, what's the point of it?
EUs unaccountability poses a danger to global economy
Roger Bootle looks to sell Capital Economics
Businesses with bright ideas 'more likely to face funding hurdles'
Saudi prince sues Forbes over size of fortune
Sir Mervyn King attacks EU financial transaction tax
Bank raises growth forecast in rare boost for economy
Heroic Spain is damned if it does, and damned if it doesn't
Foreign-born workers account for 50pc of rise in employment
Recovery hopes as Japan economy expands again
Exiting QE could 'undermine the recovery', IMF warns
One and two cent coins could disappear under EU plans
Japan storms back on weak yen but Asia trembles
There may be no halting this tax juggernaut
EU referendum row a 'distraction' from growth
Coalition minister claims he can see 'green shoots' of recovery
BoE's Weale douses Carney stimulus hopes
House prices post strongest annual growth in nearly three years
House prices have recorded their strongest year-on-year growth in nearly three years, as market activity increases, according to the Halifax.

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Osborne warns over 'badly-timed' Tobin tax
George Osborne has claimed that a European Union plan to tax financial transactions with ties to participating nations is "poorly designed" and "badly-timed", warning that it would hamper growth in the region.

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Bank of England says no to more QE
The Bank of England has left interest rates at a record low and decided against re-starting its bond buying programme, marking a final defeat for Sir Mervyn King - the retiring governor who has been arguing for more stimulus.

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ECB holds interest rates on hopes of recovery
The European Central Bank has opted to leave its main interest rate unchanged at a record low of 0.5pc, as it predicted that the eurozone's economy would recover at a subdued pace over the course of the year.

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Brussels dismisses 'plainly wrong' IMF criticism over Greece
The European Commission has expressed "fundamental disagreement" with a "plainly wrong" IMF report that has accused the EU of sacrificing Greece to save the euro from debt crisis contagion.

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China-EU trade war a risk for UK growth
The beginnings of a trade war between China and the European Union could escalate into a damaging battle that might hurt the UK, economists have warned.

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Hard-line ECB washes hands of jobless crisis, sees no 'Japanese' deflation
The European Central Bank has refused to take any further measures to lift the eurozone out of recession and curb rising unemployment, counting on spontaneous recovery later this year to do the job.

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If the Labour Party won't spend, what's the point of it?
The Labour Party hasn't faced up to its huge overspending in office, but neither has the Coalition any appetite to get to grips with Britain's ever-growing national debt.

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EUs unaccountability poses a danger to global economy
No one should underestimate the importance of the International Monetary Funds report criticising its own conduct and that of the European Union in dealing with the Greek debt crisis.

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Roger Bootle looks to sell Capital Economics
Roger Bootle, the founder of Capital Economics and columnist for The Daily Telegraph, has appointed advisers to prepare a sale of the business in a deal that could land him a windfall of up to £50m.

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Businesses with bright ideas 'more likely to face funding hurdles'
Small businesses that come up with new ideas are more likely than less innovative rivals to have problems securing lending, slowing the UKs economic recovery, a survey revealed.

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Saudi prince sues Forbes over size of fortune
Saudi Arabias Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is suing business magazine Forbes over claims it underestimated his fortune by $9.6bn (£6.1bn).

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Sir Mervyn King attacks EU financial transaction tax
Sir Mervyn King has launched an astonishing attack on Europes controversial financial transaction tax, claiming that there is enormous scepticism about the levy even among the countries signed up to it.

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Bank raises growth forecast in rare boost for economy
The recovery is in sight, Sir Mervyn King has declared, as he gave a final, upbeat assessment of the state of the economy before retiring from the Bank of England.

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Heroic Spain is damned if it does, and damned if it doesn't
My colleague Jeremy Warner has set off a storm in the Spanish press and something close to a diplomatic incident by asserting in a blog that Spain is insolvent.

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Help to Buy puts mortgage market at risk, says King
Sir Mervyn King attacks Osborne plan to boost housing market
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BIS and IMF attacks on QE 'deeply misguided'
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