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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
Europe faces lost decade, says Mark Carney
Mark Carney, the incoming Bank of England Governor, has warned that Europe could face a decade of stagnation unless it takes the kind of bold measures seen in Japan.

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Stocks are booming, so beware the bust
One of the defining characteristics of an asset bubble is that most professional money men know one when they see one, but on the greater fool theory the belief that when making a questionable investment there is always some idiot willing to pay even more are very reluctant to leave it.

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HMRC 'errors' cost country £5bn, say MPs
Errors in the way tax credits are handled by HMRC will cost the country £5bn more than originally thought, according to a damning report by MPs.

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Japan reports worst April trade deficit on weak yen
Japan has reported its worst April trade deficit as a weak yen increased import costs and helped extend the run of monthly shortfalls to the longest in more than three decades.

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Osborne braced for IMF verdict on UK economy
George Osborne is braced for the International Monetary Fund's verdict on Britain's economic prospects amid speculation it will urge him to change course.

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Sterling slides as retail sales soften
Sterling sank against the dollar on Wednesday after official figures revealed an unexpected decline in retail sales last month, led by a sharp fall in food sales.

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Sir Mervyn King outvoted on QE for fourth month
Sir Mervyn King continued to call for more money printing to stimulate the British economy this month, despite recent glimmers of hope for growth.

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Borrow £9bn more to put into infrastructure
George Osborne should borrow as much as £10bn extra this year for infrastructure spending and business tax cuts to make sure Britains nascent recovery takes hold, the International Monetary Fund has suggested.

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Manufacturing orders low but firms more hopeful
Manufacturing orders have remained low this month, according to the CBI's latest industrial trends survey, but businesses are confident that the outlook is brighter.

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Help-to-Buy may fuel house price bubble, warns IMF
The Governments Help-to-Buy cheap loans scheme may turn out to be counterproductive by fuelling a house price bubble that locks potential buyers out of the market, the International Monetary Fund has warned.

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US markets fall on Bernanke's mixed messages
Markets surged to record highs on Wednesday as US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said it would not slam the breaks on quantitative easing, but quickly fell back again amid fears it could rein in the artificial stimulus within the next few months.

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Markets volatile on Bernanke's mixed messages
Markets surged to record highs on Wednesday, as US Federal Reserve chairman Ben Bernanke said it would not slam the brakes on quantitative easing any time soon, but they quickly fell back again mid fears that it may start tapering later this year.

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BRICS risk 'sudden stop' as dollar rally builds
The stock of capital flowing into emerging markets has doubled from $4 trillion to $8 trillion since the Lehman Crisis, chasing a catch-up growth story that looks tired and has largely sputtered out in Brazil, Russia and South Africa.

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China growth fears as manufacturing contracts
Manufacturing activity in China contracted in May for the first time in seven months, HSBC said on Thursday, in another sign of the weakness of recovery in the world's second-largest economy.

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Concerns about UK as GDP growth confirmed
Britain's return to growth has been confirmed with an unchanged second estimate of GDP showing the economy grew 0.3pc in the first three months of the year.

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Britain puts brake on slide in European car sales
MPs consider inquiry into London listing rules
Markets are on a crazy, sugar-fuelled journey
Help to Buy puts mortgage market at risk, says King
Sir Mervyn King attacks Osborne plan to boost housing market
UK exporters look beyond sluggish EU
BIS and IMF attacks on QE 'deeply misguided'
Germans blame eurozone crisis for Eurovision flop
'Economic case to stay in EU is overwhelming'
Inflation 'may hamper Carney, warns ITEM Club
Japan upgrades growth outlook
Paul Tucker risks row over bank rescue plans
EU arms second front in China trade war with Huawei probe
Attacks on tax avoidance 'could damage Britain'
Japanese growth could be 'sugar high'
Britain is already in trouble without the IMF making it worse
UK exit from EU would be 'loss/loss scenario', warns Goldman Sachs
Demanding clients get small firms investing at last
UK inflation: sharp fall eases household squeeze
Nigel Farage's biggest problem is Ukip doesn't do details
What next for inflation and interest rates?
Europe faces lost decade, says Mark Carney
Stocks are booming, so beware the bust
HMRC 'errors' cost country £5bn, say MPs
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