• Biden meets Balkan leaders at summit on refugees, threats
    Biden meets Balkan leaders at summit on refugees, threatsZAGREB, Croatia (AP) Tensions over a record surge of asylum-seekers and fears that Islamic militants may have infiltrated the flow brought former Balkans rivals together in an urgent summit Wednesday, along with U.S...
  • Lawyer for Chicago police officer says video 'distorts images': CNN
    Demonstrators hold signs bearing the name of Laquan McDonald during protests in ChicagoDaniel Herbert, a lawyer for Officer Jason Van Dyke, told CNN his client arrived at the scene 18 minutes after a suspect carrying a knife was reported to have threatened businesses and vandalized police cruisers...
  • UK keeps 2015/2016 gilt issuance plans, but to sell more T-bills
    The UK Debt Management Office said on Wednesday it would keep its gilt issuance plans unchanged for this year but will sell more treasury bills than previously planned, pushing gilt futures to the day's lows. Speaking after Chancellor George Osborne's autumn budget statement on Wednesday, the DMO said it would keep 2015/16 gilt sales at a previously announced 127.4 billion pounds but would increase the forecast level of short-dated treasury bills to 66.0 billion pounds, from 61.5 billion pounds previously. Gilt futures hit new session-lows after the announcement.
  • Orders for US durable goods rise strong 3 percent in October
    FILE - In this March 13, 2015, file photo, a worker inspects a new 2015 aluminum-alloy body Ford F-150 truck at the company's Kansas City Assembly Plant, in Claycomo, Mo. The Commerce Department releases its October report on orders for durable goods, items expected to last at least three years, on Wednesday, Nov. 25, 2015. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel, File)WASHINGTON (AP) Orders for long-lasting manufactured goods posted a solid gain in October after two months of weakness, while a key category that tracks business investment plans advanced by the largest amount in three months.
  • Osborne statement on budget, spending review
    Chancellor George Osborne is delivering a half-yearly budget update to parliament in which he is also expected to announce deep cuts to some government departments, part of his plan to fix the public finances. Following are excerpts from Osborne's speech: NO CUTS TO POLICE BUDGET "I am today announcing there will be no cuts in the police budget at all.
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