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US Third-Quarter GDP Expands at 3.5% Rate
WASHINGTON�The U.S. economy expanded steadily again during the third quarter, a sign of sustained growth fueled by American consumers and businesses despite mounting concerns about the health of overseas economies.
US Economy Grew at 3.5% Annual Pace in Third Quarter  New York Times
US economy chugging along at 3.5% growth  CNNMoney
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Euro-Area Slump Concerns Ease as Confidence Improves
Since June, European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi has cut interest rates twice, started a targeted loan plan for banks, and announced an asset-purchase plan that started last week.
Banks see upswing in loan demand across the Eurozone  Irish Independent
Eurozone lending conditions improve  Financial Times
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US jobless claims rise, but underlying labor market trends firming
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose for a second straight week last week, but remained at levels consistent with a firming labor market.
Jobless Claims Remain at Historically Low Levels  Wall Street Journal
Applications for US Jobless Aid Tick up to 287000  ABC News
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U.S. Index Futures Fall on Rate Concerns as Fed Ends QE
U.S. stock-index futures fell on concerns that a potential increase in interest rates may come earlier than anticipated after the Federal Reserve said it will end its bond-buying program.
Futures Fall as Investors Continue to Digest Fed View  Fox Business
Dollar hits 3-1/2 week high on Fed's hawkish tilt, economic optimism  Reuters
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Fed Closes Chapter on Easy Money
WSJ's Jon Hilsenrath and Emma Moody and Meg McClellan of J.P. Morgan discuss the Federal Reserve's rate decision, including the end of the Fed's bond-buying program.
US 5-Year Notes Fall as US Economic Growth Exceeds Forecast  Businessweek
Fed says goodbye to historic bond buying program: 4 key takeaways (+video)  Christian Science Monitor
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Survey: Shrimp in US rife with murky labeling
An advocacy group, Oceana, conducted a DNA-based survey of shrimp sold at outlets across the country and around the Gulf of Mexico.
Food's Latest Scandal: What's Wrong With Your Shrimp  Forbes
New Oceana study shows high rate of shrimp fraud in US supermarkets ...  IntraFish.com
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UK housing market still losing momentum
House price growth in the U.K. is continuing to soften, suggesting the property market has lost momentum, according to one of the country's largest mortgage providers.
Latest index provides further evidence of UK house price growth slowing  Property Wire
UPDATE 1-Momentum in Britain's housing market eases further in Oct ...  Reuters
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US re-opens investigation into Standard Chartered breaking Iran sanctions
US authorities have re-opened investigations into Standard Chartered to find out if the bank withheld information when reaching settlements worth $667m (�417m) over breaking sanctions on Iran two years ago.
Prosecutors Suspect Repeat Offenses on Wall Street  New York Times
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MasterCard profit up 15% on higher payment volumes
MasterCard Inc. said its profit jumped 15% in the most recent period as the credit-card company posted higher revenue and payment volumes.
MasterCard profit jumps 15.5 pct as card usage rises  Reuters
MasterCard Q3 Profit Increases, Results Top Estimates - Quick Facts  Nasdaq
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Lufthansa cuts 2015 profit goal due to 'fierce competition'
Lufthansa has cut its operating profit guidance for 2015 due to concerns about a global economic slowdown and "fierce competition" over fares.
Merkel Proposes Curbing Unions as Strikes Cripple Germany  Businessweek
Lufthansa and Linde temper forecasts as global gloom deepens  Financial Times
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