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Falling consumer prices in Spain and Belgium, combined with a continued decline in bank lending to businesses across the eurozone, make it increasingly likely that the European Central Bank will soon conclude that more aggressive stimulus measures are needed.
By Paul Hannon
The Wall Street Journal,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Levy commits to restoring fiscal surplus to 2% of GDP
By Joe Leahy and Samantha Pearson in São Paulo
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
ECB calls for eurozone states to hand more powers to Brussels
By Claire Jones in Frankfurt
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Weak government spending is putting at risk President Benigno Aquino’s goal of boosting annual expansion to as much as 8.5 percent by 2016, when his term ends.
By Cecilia Yap and Siegfrid Alegado
Bloomberg News,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
China’s central bank refrained from selling repurchase agreements for the first time since July, loosening monetary policy further as a report showed industrial companies’ profits fell by the most in two years.
By Helen Sun in Shanghai
Bloomberg News,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
While the vote poses no immediate threat to the company, it symbolizes the growing resentment in Europe toward the American technology titan.
By JAMES KANTER
The New York Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Ultra-loose monetary policy and lack of oversight blamed
By Jamil Anderlini in Beijing
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
From Mexico to Venzuela and yields of 3.7% to 18%
By Elaine Moore
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
China’s stocks rose, sending the benchmark index to a three-year high, as turnover jumped to a record after the government further loosened monetary policy to support the world’s second-biggest economy.
By Zhang Shidong in Shanghai
Bloomberg News,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Tensions eased in Ferguson, Mo., on Wednesday, and business owners continued to clean up after looting and arson following a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white police officer in the killing of an unarmed black teenager.
By Pervaiz Shallwani
The Wall Street Journal,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Consumer prices drop 0.4% in November
By Tobias Buck in Madrid
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Putin’s visit to Serbia viewed as mission to extend influence
By Stefan Wagstyl – Berlin
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
Brent falls $6.50 to $71.25 after clearest signal yet from cartel
By Anjli Raval and Neil Hume in Vienna
Financial Times,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
South Sudan’s wildlife faces a critical few months as drier weather raises the risk of poaching of elephants and other species already threatened by almost a year of civil war, conservationists said.
By Michael Gunn and Mading Ngor
Bloomberg News,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
With shoppers more savvy than ever, retailers are having to find new ways to get us to open our wallets. Some of their ideas are better than others
By Simon Neville
The Independent,  Nov. 27, 2014    E-mail this to a Friend
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