*Britain's growth revised up, but to fall from pre-Brexit levels. BRUSSELS, May 11- Euro zone economic growth should grow a bit faster this year than previously believed and the unemployment rate could be the lowest in a decade, the European Commission said on Thursday. The Commission's forecasts, published three times a year, predict all euro zone countries will...
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Bank of England Governor Mark Carney comments on the U.K.'s snap election in June, the labor market and Brexit uncertainty.
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