NAIROBI/KISUMU, Kenya (Reuters) – Kenyan police clashed on Sunday with a few dozen protesters angry at a court’s confirmation of Uhuru Kenyatta as president-elect, but the unrest was minor compared with the nationwide bloodshed after the last disputed election.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Global growth is slowly improving as the U.S. recovery gains traction and dangers from Europe recede, but risks remain elevated and the situation is very fragile, the International Monetary Fund said on Tuesday.
LONDON, Kentucky (Reuters) – Calm weather gave dazed residents of storm-wracked U.S. towns a respite on Sunday as they dug out from a chain of tornadoes that cut a swath of destruction from the Midwest to the Gulf of Mexico, … Continue reading
* Nikkei down 0.5 pct, resistance weighs at 8,460 * Elpida gains on report of merger talks, Nanya denies * Trade thin ahead of three-day weekend By Mari Saito TOKYO, Dec 22 (Reuters) – Japan’s Nikkei average fell on Thursday … Continue reading
BERLIN (Reuters) – Last week’s EU summit went a long way towards forging the closer economic ties needed to prevent future debt crises but markets are likely to judge it as too little and too late to solve the current … Continue reading
ROME (Reuters) – Italy’s president stepped in to calm markets on Wednesday after the country’s borrowing costs raced to catastrophic levels, saying urgent action would be taken to end a political crisis.
SHANGHAI, Oct 29 (Reuters) – China’s new banking regulator Shang Fulin will bring experience in pressing reforms and a hallmark cool-headed approach as he takes oversight of a sector trying to digest…