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Spain's economy grows by 1.4 percent in 2014, ending negative run as crisis fades
MADRID - Spain's economy grew by 1.4 percent in 2014, ending a five-year run of negative or flat figures and providing further evidence that the country is recovering from a crippling double-dip recession.
Spain grows at fastest rate in seven years  
Spain Defies Deflation Threat as Economy Expands Most Since 2007  
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Northrop Grumman Corp, after competing with two larger defense contractors over a US bomber contract, which is to be presented in this year, has predicted higher than expected profit estimates for 2015.
On January 27,2015, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) declared a cash dividend of $0.47 with yield of 1.72%. The management has selected February 5,2015 as the ex-dividend date and February 9,2015 as the record date.
Bottom line: Foreign technology suppliers will complain about new requirements for them to reveal source codes to Beijing for selling to Chinese banks, but will ultimately comply over fears of being shut out of the market.
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Mounting recall costs and weak sales in Japan prompted Honda to issue its second profit warning in three months, putting it behind rivals bolstered by a weaker yen and strong US sales.

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