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America’s Fastest Growing Cities

America’s Fastest Growing Cities

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BoE to put banks through global slump scenario in new tests

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's top seven banks and building societies will have to show they could withstand a global slump triggered by a sharp slowdown in China and a crash in the euro zone in this year's stress tests.

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BoE to stress test banks in global crisis

Scenario includes collapse in Chinese growth, eurozone recession and EM liquidity crunch

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BoE to stress test banks in global crisis

Scenario includes collapse in Chinese growth, eurozone recession and EM liquidity crunch

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India rejects BP's request to market jet fuel

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - India has rejected a request from BP Plc to be allowed to sell jet fuel to the booming aviation market in Asia's No. 3 economy, saying it did not meet the conditions necessary, a source with direct knowledge of the decision told Reuters.

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China yuan falls in global payment rankings: SWIFT

The yuan -- also known as the renminbi -- held a 1.81 percent share in world payments based on value in February, SWIFT said in a statement on Monday, down from 2.06 percent in January, when it stood in fifth placeChina's yuan has dropped to seventh place among the world's payments currencies, global transactions organisation SWIFT said Monday, even as Beijing tries to push greater internati

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Soros ready to pour $1 bn into Ukraine

US financier George Soros speaks onstage at the Annual Freedom Award Benefit hosted by the International Rescue Committee at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York City on November 6, 2013US financier George Soros said Monday he was ready to invest $1 billion in Ukraine if the West promised to help the embattled country.

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Confidence grows strongly in euro zone economy in March

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Confidence in the euro zone's economy rose for a fourth straight month in March, a European Commission survey showed on Monday, confirming the bloc's improving outlook helped by low oil prices, a weaker euro and the ECB's money-printing programme.

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Watchdog probes sale of financial data

Fake cold-calling company bought records of 15,000 people

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Iran nuclear talks at crunch time

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