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  • A job seeker fills out papers at a military job fair in San Francisco, California, August 25, 2015.

    CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the weekly numbers on unemployment and labor costs.

  • MOSCOW, Feb 1- Russian gross domestic product contracted by 0.2 percent in 2016, data from the Federal Statistics Service showed on Wednesday. Economists polled by Reuters in late November had forecast that the economy contracted by 0.5 percent last year. The statistics service also said on Wednesday it revised its reading for 2015 GDP to a drop of 2.8 percent...

  • Australian economy to slow: Economist

    Emily Dabbs, Moody's Analytics, says that weaker domestic demand will lead to slower growth in Australia.

  • *Canadian dollar ends at C $1.3012, or 76.85 U.S. cents. *Loonie touches its strongest since Sept. 9 at $1.2969. "A large part of what Canada has been through has been a bloom coming off the rose for the U.S. dollar," said Mark Chandler, head of Canadian fixed income and currency strategy.

  • MEXICO CITY, Jan 31- Mexico's economy cooled in the fourth quarter of 2016 as services growth lost momentum and industrial output was flat, preliminary data showed on Tuesday. The country's gross domestic product grew at a rate of about 0.6 percent from the third quarter, when GDP expanded by 1.0 percent, according to seasonally adjusted data from Mexico's...

  • The 19-member economy saw GDP rise 0.5 percent in the last quarter of 2016.

  • *Canadian dollar at C $1.3036, or 76.71 U.S. cents. *Loonie touches its strongest since Jan. 17 at $1.3035. U.S. crude prices were up 1.18 percent at $53.25 a barrel after news that OPEC oil production has fallen by more than 1 million bpd this month, pointing to a strong start by the exporter group in implementing its first supply cut deal in eight years.

  • Britain's divorce from the EU must adhere to a framework of rules to truly understand whether Brexit has been successful; academic report.

  • PARIS, Jan 31- The French economy grew by 0.4 percent in the fourth quarter of last year, picking up speed after a 0.2 percent increase in the previous three months thanks to more buoyant consumer spending and a sharp rebound in companies' investments, the INSEE national statistics agency said on Tuesday. A poll of 36 analysts surveyed by Reuters had forecast 0.4...

  • MOSCOW, Jan 30- Russia's gross domestic product fell by 1.0 percent year on year in December, the country's Economy Ministry said on Monday. The economic contraction came after revised GDP growth of 0.9 percent in November and a GDP contraction of 0.6 percent in October, according to ministry data. Russia's economy is gradually emerging from a deep slump...

  • *Asia stocks, Nikkei, U.S. futures pull back. European markets were also poised for a sluggish start, with financial spreadbetter CMC Markets expecting Germany's DAX to start the day 0.3 percent lower, Britain's FTSE 100 to open down 0.4 percent, and France's CAC 40 to fall 0.5 percent. The U.S. president on Friday put a 120- day hold on allowing refugees into the...

  • Trump’s “America first” policies were likely an overall negative for emerging markets, but they wouldn't be hit equally, Nomura said.

  • *Asia stocks, Nikkei, U.S. futures pull back. SINGAPORE, Jan 30- Asian share markets and U.S. stock futures fell on Monday after President Donald Trump introduced immigration curbs that sparked criticism at home and abroad, adding to fears that his' America First' policy may prove destabilising for the rest of the world. Trump on Friday put a 120- day hold on allowing...

  • *Asia stocks, Nikkei slip on U.S. concerns. SINGAPORE, Jan 30- Asian stock markets and U.S. stock futures retreated on Monday after President Donald Trump introduced immigration curbs that sparked criticism at home and abroad and added to global fears of increasingly unpredictable U.S. policies. Trump on Friday put a 120- day hold on allowing refugees into the...

  • *Fourth-quarter GDP up 1.9 pct vs est. 2.2 pct. NEW YORK, Jan 27- U.S. stocks edged lower for a second consecutive session on Friday as some underwhelming corporate earnings and gross domestic product data offset recent enthusiasm over policy actions by President Donald Trump. Chevron fell 2.4 percent to $113.79 after its quarterly profit fell short of analysts'...

  • NEW YORK, Jan 27- U.S. stocks edged lower for a second consecutive session on Friday as underwhelming corporate earnings and gross domestic product data dampened recent enthusiasm over policy actions by President Donald Trump. Chevron fell 2.4 percent to $113.77 after its quarterly profit fell short of analysts' expectations. The Nasdaq was weighed down by...

  • Jan 27- Wall Street was little changed on Friday as investors paused after a recent rally following underwhelming corporate earnings and gross domestic product data. Chevron fell 2.2 percent to $113.98 after its quarterly profit fell short of analysts' expectations. The Nasdaq was weighed down by Starbucks, whose shares dropped 3.6 percent to $56.34 after...

  • *Fourth-quarter GDP increases at 1.9 percent rate. WASHINGTON, Jan 27- U.S. economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter as a plunge in shipments of soybeans weighed on exports, but steady consumer spending and rising business investment pointed to sustained strength in domestic demand. Gross domestic product increased at a 1.9 percent annual rate, the...

  • Q4 GDP falls short, details more encouraging. NEW YORK, Jan 27- U.S. "The economy has less momentum that many perceived," said Robert Tipp, chief investment strategist at PGIM Fixed Income in Newark, New Jersey.

  • Jan 27- Wall Street was slightly lower on Friday, weighed down by underwhelming corporate earnings and gross domestic product data. Chevron fell 2 percent to $114.21 after its quarterly profit fell short of analysts' expectations. Starbucks dropped 4 percent to $56.12 after the world's biggest coffee seller trimmed its full-year revenue forecast.