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US unemployment claims decline to near 15-year low
Non-farm payrolls likely increased 230,000 after rising 252,000 in Dec
Philippine economy regains momentum
Growth for the full-year came in at 6.1 per cent, shy of the government’s 6.5-7.5 per cent forecast, but ranked second in the region to China’s 7.4 per cent clip.
After Vodafone, India changes tax rules to boost investment
Tax lawyers said they expected the government order to impact all the past and future cases involving tax on shares issued by a company to related entities — the heart of the Vodafone case.
Egypt widens band for dollar trading
Egypt’s central bank widened the band in which banks can trade dollars to 10 piasters above or below the official rate, up from 3 piasters, bankers said on Thursday, prompting the lenders’ dollar rates to fall to their weakest ever levels.
Qatar wins Canary Wharf bid
Songbird relents to 350 pence-a-share offer after it wins 86% shareholder nod
Greece sets up clash with EU
New govt signals the country would backtrack a series of budget measures
Boeing profit surges 23% in Q4; firm expects cash boost of 43% this year
Boeing reported strong year-end performances across its defence and commercial aircraft businesses, including progress on curbing production costs for the flagship 787 Dreamliner.
Record iPhone sales drive blowout quarter for Apple
The surge in iPhone sales drove the company’s total revenue to $74.6 billion, up 30 percent from a year earlier.
US deficit to shrink to lowest level of Obama presidency
The Congressional Budget Office says the deficit will be $468 billion for the budget year that ends in September.
UK growth slows, still fastest in 7 years
Growth in the third quarter fell to 0.5 per cent from 0.7 per cent in the third.
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