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  • FILE PHOTO: A man looks over employment opportunities at a jobs center in San Francisco, California, U.S, February 4, 2010.   REUTERS/Robert Galbraith/File Photo

    U.S. jobless claims hit more than 44-year low

    By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits dropped to its lowest level in more than 44 years last week, pointing to a rebound in job growth after a hurricane-...

  • The German share price index, DAX board, is seen at the stock exchange in Frankfurt, Germany, October 17, 2017.    REUTERS/Staff/Remote

    Stocks stumble off all-time highs, kiwi takes a dive

    By Marc Jones, Reuters

    LONDON (Reuters) - World stocks set a fresh record high before stalling in Europe on Thursday, as the longest winning streak for Japanese stocks since 1988 and the first close above 23,000 for Wall...

  • Saudi Riyal banknotes are seen through a glass as a vendor sells jewels in a store in Riyadh

    Saudi needs Aramco billions as recession slows austerity drive

    By Andrew Torchia, Reuters

    DUBAI (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's plans to sell state assets - including a stake in energy giant Saudi Aramco - are becoming even more important to its finances as a recession slows Riyadh's effort to...

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York, U.S., October 13, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

    Technology stocks set to weigh on Wall Street

    By Sruthi Shankar, Reuters

    (Reuters) - Wall Street was set to open lower on Thursday, a day after the major indexes scaled new highs, as heavyweight technology stocks Apple and eBay slipped. Apple shares slid 1.72 percent in...

  • Surging wages lead to monetary tightening in Central Europe

    By Krisztina Than, Reuters

    BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Mounting labor shortages and surging wages across Central Europe are nudging inflation higher, prompting some central banks in the fast-growing region to tighten policy after...


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