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By in Europe on September 5, 2016
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Europe ends under pressure as utilities slip 2%; Fed decision looms
December 13, 2017
European stocks ended Wednesday in the red, as investors waited patiently for the outcome of the Fed's policy meeting.
Why Donald Trump's Jerusalem move might have made Russia a lot stronger
December 13, 2017
U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem could have strengthened Russian President Vladimir Putin.
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Job numbers slip back as pay squeeze continues
December 13, 2017
Britain's jobs boom shows signs of faltering after a second consecutive fall in the number of people in work, while pay continues to lag behind inflation, official figures show.
Water bills to fall in real terms - here's why
December 13, 2017
Water bills will fall by up to £25 a year in real terms from 2020, under plans by the industry regulator, as it plans to force firms to pass on savings from reduced financing costs to customers.
Disney reportedly closes in on $60bn Fox deal
December 13, 2017
Two of the world's biggest media and entertainment companies are reportedly poised to pull the trigger on the biggest shake-up in Hollywood for decades.

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Commission renews approval of glyphosate herbicide for 5 years
December 12, 2017
The European Commission renewed for 5 years EU approval of glyphosate Tuesday, following scientific assessment which it says concludes there is no link between glyphosate and cancer in humans.
EU unveils 'climate-smart investments' worth EUR 9bn
December 12, 2017
The EU's Climate Action Commissioner announced some EUR 9 bn-worth of climate-focused investments Tuesday, for areas such as sustainable cities, sustainable energy and sustainable agriculture.
EU finalises trade partnership deal with Japan
December 12, 2017
The EU and Japan finalised a deal on the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement Friday, creating an economic zone with 600 million people and approximately 30 per cent of the world GDP.
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U.K. inflation hits highest in nearly six years, peak seen soon
December 12, 2017
Annual rate pushed up by air fares, computer games, chocolate
Europe’s Unibail bids $16-billion for Westfield to counter online threat
December 12, 2017
Deal comes on heels of world No. 2 retail real estate investment trust GGP Inc’s rejection of a $14.8-billion offer from Brookfield Property for the two-thirds it did not already own