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Jobless claims, GDP data ease economic fears

New claims for jobless benefits hit a five-month low last week and the economy was a touch stronger in the second quarter than previously thought, the latest suggestions a new recession is not in the cards.

Fed's Plosser: Twist will do little for growth

The Federal Reserve's move last week to further lower borrowing costs was risky and won't significantly speed up a "painfully protracted" recovery, one of the officials who dissented against the decision said on Thursday.

Special Report: How to win business in Libya

In August, as rebels fought forces loyal to President Muammar Gaddafi, two representatives of a British business consortium took a "rather long and arduous ferry journey from Malta" to the North African country.

Greece to face inspectors, Merkel hints at bailout

EU and IMF inspectors will return to Greece on Thursday to decide whether Athens has done enough to secure a new batch of aid vital to avoid bankruptcy, while Germany suggested a new bailout may have to be renegotiated.

Businesses beat market blues, boost spending

U.S. businesses shrugged off an uncertain economic environment and stepped up orders for capital goods in August, a sign the economy was not falling back into recession.

Analysis: Looming changes roil municipal bond market

Change is coming to the U.S. municipal bond market, and issuers, bankers and others are worried that some of the moves could fundamentally alter the process for financing capital and operating needs.

Merkel majority in doubt on euro rescue fund

German Chancellor Angela Merkel may fall short of a majority in her own coalition for a crucial reform of the euro zone rescue fund meant to stop a sovereign debt crisis spreading, in what would be a severe blow to her authority, a test vote showed.

U.S. health insurance premiums climb faster in 2011

The cost of health insurance continues to climb for U.S. companies and workers, with annual family premiums this year growing at a pace triple that of 2010 and outpacing wage increases, according to a survey.

China lures WTO to brink of procurement deal -source

Forty-two countries are close to agreeing an upgrade of their Government Procurement Agreement (GPA), a reform that could unlock tens of billions of dollars of commercial opportunities, and many times more if China gets on board, trade sources said on Monday.

Retailers warn euro crisis hitting consumers

The euro zone debt crisis is sapping consumer confidence and if policymakers do not take effective action soon the consequences will be felt the world over, retail executives warned on Monday.

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  • Gold tumbles as investors scramble for cash
  • KB Home signals recovery as new orders jump
  • Analysis: Brazil's middle-class economic miracle at risk
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