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Finnish Trade Shortfall Widens In September

Finland's merchandise trade deficit widened significantly in September as exports stagnated and imports increased, data released by the Customs Office showed Thursday.

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Swiss Consumer Confidence Improves In October

Sentiment among Swiss consumers improved in three months through October, a survey published by the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, or SECO, revealed Thursday.

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Luxembourg Unemployment Rate Remains Stable

Luxembourg's unemployment rate remained broadly stable in September, data released by statistical office Statec showed Tuesday.

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Emerging Markets Output Growth Fastest In Seven Months: Markit

Business activity in Emerging Markets economies increased in October at the fastest pace in seven months, data from a survey by Markit Economics and HSBC Bank showed Thursday.

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U.K. Budget Deficit Narrows In September

The U.K. budget deficit narrowed to GBP 11.1 billion in September from GBP 12.1 billion seen in the corresponding period of last year, the Office for National Statistics reported Tuesday.

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Estonia's Inflation Weakens In October

Estonia's consumer price inflation declined in October from the previous month, data released by Statistics Estonia showed Thursday.

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Poland Sept Retail Sales Growth Quickens, Unemployment Rate Stable

Poland' retail sales increased at a faster pace in September, but to a lesser extent than expected by economists, latest data showed Tuesday.

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European Economics Preview: ECB, BoE Rate Decisions In Focus

The European Central Bank as well as the Bank of England are set to announce the outcome of their monetary policy meeting on Thursday. Both central banks are set to leave monetary policy unchanged.

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Danish Retail Sales Fall For Third Month

Denmark's retail sales decreased for a third consecutive month in September, the latest figures from Statistics Denmark revealed Tuesday.

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Estonia's Industrial Output Drops 0.7% In September

Estonia's industrial production decreased in September, after rising in the previous month, owing mainly to lower output of electronic products, data released by Statistics Estonia showed Thursday.

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UK House Prices Rebound As London Market Logs 'Unsustainable' Growth

House prices in the U.K. rebounded in October after two consecutive declines as prices in London hit a new record high after summer recess, a survey by Rightmove revealed Monday.

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European Economics Preview: Eurozone Jobless Rate, Inflation Data Due

Unemployment and inflation from euro area and consumer confidence from Germany are due on Thursday, headlining a busy day for the European economic news.

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BoE's Dale: Very Unlikely Bank Will Raise Rates In 2014

The Bank of England's Monetary Policy Committee is very unlikely to raise interest rates next year, policymaker Spencer Dale said on Friday.

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Finnish Consumer Sentiment Weakens In October

Finland's consumer confidence deteriorated in October after rising in September, mainly due to negative assessment of the unemployment situation in the country, survey data released by Statistics Finland showed Monday.

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S&P Affirms Finland's Credit Rating; Outlook 'Stable'

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services on Friday affirmed the long-and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Finnish economy at 'AAA/A-1+', and maintained the 'stable' outlook.

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Europe Emerges From Danger Zone, Says ECB's Coeure

Europe has emerged from the danger zone, European Central Bank Executive Board member Benoit Coeure said Monday.

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S&P Affirms Belarus' 'B-/B' Rating, Outlook Lowered To 'Stable'

Standard & Poor's Ratings Services reaffirmed the foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings on the Republic of Belarus at 'B-/B', while lowering the outlook on the economy to 'Stable' from 'Positive'.

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U.K. Budget Gap Narrows In September

Reaping benefits of strong recovery, the U.K. budget deficit narrowed more than forecast in September, substantially raising the possibility of the government undershooting the fiscal target in 2013/14.

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ECB's Nowotny: Unilateral Rate Hike May Raise Euro Rate, Lead To Deflation

Any move by the European Central Bank to raise rates now, thereby deviating from the global trend, could increase the euro exchange rate and hurt the economic recovery, ECB Governing Council Member Ewald Nowotny warned on Friday.

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BoE's Bean Says Recovery Gaining Traction

There are signs that a recovery is gaining traction in the U.K., but the economy still has to go a long way, Bank of England Deputy Governor Charles Bean said Tuesday.

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UK House Price Sentiment Improves To Record High In October: Markit

Confidence among British households regarding the value of their houses increased to a record high in October, with residents in every region expecting a rise in home values, data from a survey by Markit Economics and Knight Frank showed Friday.

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