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May 29 - Markets closed

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Economic signals still flashing green despite first-quarter slump
The U.S. economy has a sound engine. It just keeps running into potholes. That's the message economists expressed Friday after the government revised down its estimate of meager 0.2% growth at an annual rate in the first quarter to a 0.7% contraction.
Resurgent dollar hits corporate profits; US economy contracts in Q1  
Another first-quarter shocker: US GDP falls 0.7%  
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From the moment the Chancellor promised that he would deliver �23bn of privatisations over the next financial year at the annual CBI dinner 10 days ago, it seemed likely that an acceleration of the sale of the Government's shares in the Royal Bank of ...
... * Blue-chip FTSE 100 index flat * Weir gains as Credit Suisse boosts forecasts * Associated British Foods up on Goldman upgrade * UK Gfk survey hits other consumer staples (Adds details) By Alistair Smout LONDON, May 29 Britain's top share index ...
Workers from three unions at Tata Steel have voted to strike over the company's proposal to close the British Steel pension scheme (BSPS).
The average amount of weekly pocket money received by children appears to have joined the slide into deflation, according to research by Halifax.
A Primark store in Boston Massachusetts which has yet to open its doors to the public lifted Associated British Foods to the top of the FTSE 100 leaderboard on Friday, after a double rating upgrade from Goldman Sachs.

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