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1 December 2011 Last updated at 22:57 ET
Sarkozy backs closer German ties
The French President, Nicolas Sarkozy, says France and Germany must pull together to ensure stability at the heart of Europe.
ECB hints at robust euro action
UK warning over eurozone threat
Reform proposed for EU treaties
Peston: Boom-year debt problem
ECB hints at robust euro action
The President of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, signals that closer fiscal union might pave the way for action.
Flanders: A happy ending for the euro?
Asian shares jump in global rally
US banks sued over home seizures
Massachusetts is suing five major banks alleging "illegal" and "deceptive" conduct in the way they seized homes during the financial crisis.
Yahoo share rise on takeover talk
Shares in Yahoo rise on reports that China's Alibaba Group is preparing a takeover bid for the US internet firm.
Europe crisis 'threatens Africa'
The crisis in Europe is damaging African economies, according to the South African and Nigerian finance ministers.
BoE warning over eurozone threat
Banks should prepare to withstand an "extraordinarily serious" climate, with the eurozone crisis the main worry, the Bank of England chief says.
Lipitor generic gets US approval
Finmeccanica chairman steps down
US manufacturing growth speeds up
Eurozone's factory growth sinks
China manufacturing falls further
Stock markets falter after gains
Foster's approves SABMiller sale
Toyota and BMW in green agreement
Ex-Olympus boss leaves firm board
Asia 'needs fairer job creation'
Global economy: Making it clear
Q&A: Greek debt crisis
US debt talks on verge of failure
The big threat: domino effect
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China: A warning and an opportunity
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A contraction of Chinese manufacturing, shown by data just released, may be more immediately worrying for Europe than for China, because it may confirm that the eurozone, which is a big market for Chinese goods, is already in recession (and the UK may not be far behind).
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Stephanie Flanders
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A happy ending for the euro?
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The ECB president's comments before the European Parliament have added to a mood of very cautious eurozone optimism.
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Americas
Latin America poverty at new low
Latin America's poverty rate has fallen to its lowest level in 20 years but challenges remain in reducing inequality, the UN says.
Europe
Debt crisis in 'critical period'
EU finance ministers meet in Brussels after amid warnings that the region has days to take decisive action to resolve the crisis.
Africa & Mid East
Nigerian bank chief wins award
Nigeria's central bank governor Lamido Sanusi is voted Africa Person of the Year by Forbes magazine.
Asia
China lowers bank reserve ratio
China says it will cut the limit on the amount of cash the country's banks have to hold in reserve, a move designed to encourage more lending.
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Man City top list of agent fees
Manchester City spent more than any other side on agents' fees according to the latest annual figures released by the Premier League.
Tech of Business
Talking apps down on the iFarm
Has agriculture been neglected by the technology community? Dave Lee meets farmers looking at ways to utilise apps and other software to help them become more efficient.
Companies
Starbucks to create 5,000 UK jobs
The US coffee giant Starbucks plans to expand further in the UK creating 5,000 UK jobs over the next five years.
UK Your Money
Simple energy tariffs find favour
The energy regulator Ofgem says its plans for "no-frills" tariffs will lead to much more switching by consumers.
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Peston: China to 're-engineer' its economy
Korea embraces renewable energy
Indian traders protest retail reform
China's factories cutting production
Russia's business people on corruption
What action will be taken against Iran?
Fewer goods made in China?
'Economic risks worse' says Draghi
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Economic muscle
Adapting is the key to India's success
Long-term goal
Brazil looks for legacy beyond 2014 World Cup
Green growth
South Korea's drive for renewable energy
Giving a bit back
The multi-millionaire at the forefront of Chinese philanthropy
Do it yourself
Fancy building your won social network?
Plastic fantastic
Artificial turf is winning over South American football
Smart water
An Israeli start-up helps the UK save water.
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