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Fed likely to continue to signal mid-2015 rate hike
The Federal Reserve this week is expected to stand by tentative plans to raise interest rates this year despite recent action by its European counterpart that's likely to further hold down U.S.
Doubts grow about mid-year rate hike, but Fed won't express any  MarketWatch
Fed seen raising rates midyear even with low inflation  Livemint
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UK Economy Slowed More Than Expected in Final Quarter of 2014
LONDON�The U.K. economy had an unexpectedly soft final quarter of 2014, a sign that growth may be slowing ahead of a general election in May, but the economy still expanded at its fastest annual pace since the beginning of the financial crisis.
Britain's economic growth rate falls at end of 2014, but remains among ...  Fox Business
UK economy records fastest growth since 2007  BBC News
Traders Sell International Business Machines Corp. on Strength (IBM)
International Business Machines Corp. logo Traders sold shares of International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE:IBM) on strength during trading on Monday, American Banking News.
IBM dismisses Forbes report of massive layoffs  Reuters
IBM 'flatly denies' reports of 100000 job losses  The Independent
Uber and Lyft Cap 'Surge Pricing' During East Coast Storm
A pink mustache on the dashboard as Bouchaib El Hassani, 31, a Lyft driver, makes his way through midtown. Bryan Smith�ZUMA Wire/Alamy.
Uber caps price hikes during NYC blizzard  New York Daily News
Uber caps its blizzard surge pricing in New York  The Week Magazine
Wall Street left with skeleton crews down as blizzard bears down
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A blizzard bearing down on New York hollowed out Wall Street offices on Monday, leaving most investment banks and fund managers with skeleton staffs as many employees opted to work from home.
NYSE will open as scheduled on Tuesday  CNBC
Will the East Coast snow storm close markets?  MarketWatch
P&G Profit Declines 31% as Stronger Dollar Hurts Sales Abroad
Procter & Gamble Co. (PG), the world's largest consumer-products maker, said second-quarter profit fell 31 percent as a stronger dollar ate away at sales and earnings from its international units.
Procter & Gamble's Revenue Declines on Currency Hits  Wall Street Journal
P&G beats 2Q profit forecasts  U-T San Diego
Oil price recovers as dollar weakens
Oil prices steadied above $48 a barrel on Tuesday, recovering from earlier losses as the dollar weakened against the euro. Brent crude oil futures rose 22 cents to $48.38 a barrel by 1042 GMT.
Oil futures seesaw ahead of inventory data  MarketWatch
WTI oil futures edge higher ahead of supply data  Nasdaq
FlyDubai Plane Shot at During Baghdad Flight Amid Iraq Turmoil
A FlyDubai aircraft landed in Baghdad with damage to its fuselage that suggests the Boeing Co. (BA:US) 737 was shot at, the discount carrier said today.
World NewsMiddle Eastern airlines suspend flights to Baghdad  Financial Times
flydubai passenger reveals bullet hole in side of jet in Baghdad  Daily Mail
Boomerang Buyers May Shake Up Real Estate Market: Report
Millions of homeowners who lost their home to foreclosure and short sales at the beginning of the housing crisis and economic collapse are now poised to re-enter the home buying market, according RealtyTrac.
Over 7 Million People Who Suffered Foreclosures Could Return to Housing Market  24/7 Wall St.
Boomerang home buyers are coming back  KWCH
Winklevoss twins: Bitcoin will explode beyond $1 trillion
The brothers, known for their legal battle with Facebook (FB, Tech30) founder Mark Zuckerberg, believe the controversial cryptocurrency is the payments network of the future.
Winklevoss twins expect first quarter debut of bitcoin exchange  Reuters