U.S. house prices rose 6.9 percent in the 12 months through February, the smallest gain in a year, in a sign that the housing market’s recovery is cooling.
Euro-area consumer confidence unexpectedly increased to the highest in six and a half years in April, after the unemployment rate retreated from a record and the single currency bloc’s recovery gained momentum.
Manufacturing will take center stage in the global economic watch this week, with the U.S. projected to fare better than the rest.
Venezuela’s government is set to continue talks with the political opposition next week after two initial meetings failed to end 10 weeks of protests that have left at least 41 people dead.
Britain’s inflation rate fell to the lowest in 4 1/2 years in March as gasoline and clothing prices pushed it further below the Bank of England’s target.
Venezuela’s government is set to hold new talks with the political opposition today after a meeting last week failed to end 10 weeks of protests that have left at least 41 people dead.
The U.S. posted its smallest March budget deficit in 14 years as an improving labor market boosted tax receipts and federal government spending declined from a year earlier.
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French President Francois Hollande’s push to slow the pace of deficit reduction is unlikely to trigger any increase in borrowing costs, according to economists surveyed by Bloomberg News.
As Vladimir Putin completes Russia’s annexation of Crimea, Azerbaijan is feeling pressure as concerns mount that his attention will next shift southward.
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