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  • Airbus gets biggest order ever from Indonesia
    PARIS (AP) — Airbus signed its biggest deal ever on Monday, an order from Indonesian's Lion Air worth €18.4 billion ($24 billion) that President Francois Hollande said should inspire the struggling French economy and all of Europe.
  • Cyprus reworks divisive bank tax, delays vote
    By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cypriot ministers were trying to revise a plan to seize money from bank deposits before a parliamentary vote on Tuesday that will secure the island's financial rescue or could lead to its default, with reverberations across the euro zone. The weekend announcement that Cyprus would impose a tax on bank accounts as part of a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) bailout by the European Union broke with previous practice that depositors' savings were sacrosanct. The euro and stock markets fell on concern the euro zone crisis was returning. ...
  • Britain partners with industry to fund $3 billion aerospace centre
    LONDON (Reuters) - The government said on Monday it will join industrial partners to create a 2 billion pound aerospace centre, part of efforts to bolster manufacturers as it struggles to revive a flagging economy. Aerospace is one of Britain's most important industrial sectors, and the new UK Aerospace Technology Institute is expected to focus on developing technology for the next generation of quieter, more energy-efficient aircraft. ...
  • Analysis: Mexico's reforms hook U.S. investors
    By Daniel Bases NEW YORK (Reuters) - Don't be fooled by the Mexican stock market's slow start to the year. The country's push for economic reforms and the revival of the economy of its largest trading partner, the United States, are stirring investor interest in Latin America's No. 2 market. International fund managers say recent announcements of reforms to Mexico's education system and telecommunications sector provide a positive backdrop for U.S. investors to keep putting roughly 30 percent of their allocations for Latin America into Mexican stocks and bonds. ...
  • Bank of England ready to boost recovery, McCafferty tells paper
    LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England stands ready to support a nascent recovery in the British economy, a member of its Monetary Policy Committee said in an interview published on Monday. "We at the Bank of England are standing ready, using our available policy instruments, to try and do all we can to support that move back into recovery," Ian McCafferty told the Yorkshire Post during a regional visit. "We now believe that the economy is set for a recovery over the course of the next year or so. ...
  • IMF says talks constructive on possible Egypt aid deal
    CAIRO (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said on Sunday it would continue talks with Egypt aimed at agreeing possible financial aid after meeting with government officials seeking a $4.8 billion loan to relieve a currency and budget crisis. The IMF has said Egypt needs to take bold, immediate action to address its economic problems and has raised the possibility of stop-gap funding to tide it through until after parliamentary elections. Egypt, however, has made clear it wants a full loan. ...
  • Gold hits 2-1/2-week high on Cyprus bailout worries
    By Rujun Shen SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Gold rose above $1,600 for the first time in more than two weeks on Monday as a radical bailout package for Cyprus threatened to trigger fresh turmoil in the euro zone, driving investors to seek safety in gold. But a firm dollar and general perception of an economic recovery quickly snuffed out the rally, sending gold below the key resistance level of $1,600. ...
  • Cyprus levy not to affect Russian capital flow : Agency
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The proposed Cyprus levy on banking deposits should not alter Russia's domestic capital flow, the news agency Prime quoted Deputy Economy Minister Andrei Klepach as saying on Monday. "I don't think (the tax) will have significant implications... This is a matter of increased risks, not (capital) flight," Klepach said. Russian banks had about $12 billion placed with Cypriot banks at the end of 2012, according to Moody's rating agency. Based on official Russia's central bank data, that would suggest an increase of around $3 billion from 2011. ...
  • Asia stocks, euro lower before Cyprus bailout vote
    BANGKOK (AP) — Asian stock markets and the euro tumbled Monday as a plan to fund a bailout for Cyprus by taxing its bank deposits raised worries it could spark an exodus of capital from fragile European economies.
  • Britain to devolve public spending to boost growth
    LONDON (Reuters) - A plan to devolve potentially billions of pounds of public spending to local authorities and businesses in Britain to boost a stagnant economy won a green light from the government on Monday. The Treasury said the coalition government had approved almost all the recommendations in a blueprint drawn up by Michael Heseltine, a former Conservative deputy prime minister. The scheme will see public money for projects such as housing and transport, now controlled by various government departments, pooled into a single pot from 2015. ...
  • PREVIEW-UK's Osborne to stick with austerity, pray for growth
    By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - The Chancellor is set to stick to his guns on austerity in this week's budget, despite increasing calls for a change of course, as he bets that growth will get back on track before an election in 2015. Monetary policy - not tax and spending - may see the biggest shift in George Osborne's budget statement on Wednesday, amid signs he plans to tweak the Bank of England's inflation-fighting remit to spur an economy once again threatened with recession. ...
  • Italian president urges unity as poll pressure grows
    By James Mackenzie ROME (Reuters) - Italian President Giorgio Napolitano appealed to political leaders on Sunday to work together to form a government, but his appeal fell on deaf ears and pressure grew for a new poll after last month's deadlocked election. The threat of months of political instability following the inconclusive ballot has triggered warnings across Europe that Italy cannot afford to delay urgent reforms to shore up its massive public debt and boost its sickly economy, now stuck in recession for over a year. ...
  • Fed, BoE asset-buying probably not main inflation expectation driver-BIS
    By Eva Kuehnen FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Asset-buying by the Bank of England and Federal Reserve to soften the blow of the financial crisis have only had limited impact on inflation expectations, Bank for International Settlements research showed on Sunday. Since 2008, the U.S. and British central banks have tried to revive lending and support economic growth by spending billions on government and private sector debt. ...
  • IMF delegation resumes talks with Egypt over loan
    CAIRO (AP) — A top International Monetary Fund official has begun several more weeks of talks with Egyptian officials over the country's economic reform program to secure a $4.8 billion loan.
  • France's Hollande approval rating below Le Pen's: poll
    PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande's popularity has fallen to the lowest level since he was elected last May, taking his rating below that of far-right leader Marine Le Pen for the first time, a poll showed on Sunday. Only 31 percent are satisfied with Hollande's performance, eight points less than last month, as the Socialist president battles unemployment at a 13-year high and a stagnant economy, according to the poll carried out for newspaper Metro and TV channel LCI. ...
  • Super Wednesday for world's central banks
    By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics Correspondent LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan welcomes a new anti-deflation governor this week, the Bank of England might get a new pro-growth mandate and the Federal Reserve is likely to stick like glue to its aggressive bond-buying program. Together, the three events speak volumes about the balance of risks in a global economy that is on the mend but still a long way from rude health. Unemployment is intolerably high in the United States and most of Europe, while growth in many countries is well below its pre-crisis trend. ...
  • Latin America taps private sector for infrastructure needs
    By Krista Hughes and Lomi Kriel PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Latin America is increasingly looking to the private sector to help fund a $200 billion a year infrastructure investment gap that is dragging on economic growth and preventing the region from catching up to other emerging markets. Financial officials attending Inter-American Development Bank meetings in Panama said better infrastructure, from roads to ports to public utilities, was one of Latin America's most pressing needs. ...
  • Canada aboriginal movement poses new threat to miners
    By Julie Gordon and Allison Martell TORONTO (Reuters) - An aboriginal protest movement that's often compared with Occupy Wall Street has the potential to disrupt mining projects across Canada, threatening to undermine the country's coveted reputation for low-risk resource development. Idle No More, a grass-roots movement with little centralized leadership, swept across Canada late last year with the help social media. Protesters blocked roads and rail lines, and staged big rallies in the country's largest cities to press a sweeping human rights and economic development agenda. ...
  • Egyptian court delays elections appeal hearing for a week
    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Sunday postponed hearing a state appeal against a ruling it made this month which scuppered parliamentary elections and deepened political uncertainty during an economic crisis. The Administrative Court said it had adjourned the appeal hearing until March 24 to allow more time to study the legal arguments in a case which has thrown the final stage of Egypt's transition to democracy up in the air. ...
  • China's new premier seeks "new type" of ties with U.S.
    BEIJING (Reuters) - New Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Sunday to work with U.S. President Barack Obama to forge "a new type of relationship" for the sake of peace in the Asia-Pacific region, and said the war of words about cyber-hacking must end. Li did not specifically mention the U.S. military "pivot" towards Asia which has concerned China nor Beijing's territorial spats with its neighbors, stressing instead the common interests between the world's top two economic powers. ...
  • China's new premier vows to tackle pollution, offers few details
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Sunday that his government would "show even greater resolve" in tackling China's festering pollution crisis, a source of increasing public fury. Li's remarks at his debut press conference as premier were the highest-level public comments on the problem to date, though he gave few specifics about how the government planned to address the environmental effects of rapid economic growth. ...
  • China's new premier pledges reform, sees risks
    By Benjamin Kang Lim and Nick Edwards BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday ensuring economic growth was the top priority for his government, pledging to fight graft, tackle vested interests and calling for an end to a cyber-hacking row with the United States. Li's first news conference as premier, at the close of the annual meeting of China's rubber-stamp parliament that confirmed his appointment, covered topics that have been the principal focus of recent government rhetoric, with a strong emphasis on the necessity of reform to deliver long-term economic stability. ...
  • Cyprus president says depositors had to pay to avoid bankruptcy
    NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said on Saturday a levy on bank depositors was a painful decision he had to make in order to obtain financial aid, or else the island's economy would have gone bankrupt. Anastasiades, elected three weeks ago with a pledge to negotiate a swift bailout, said refusal to agree to terms would have led to the collapse of the island's two largest banks. The president said he would make a state address on Sunday, when the island's parliament was scheduled to meet in an emergency session to decide whether to approve the measure. ...
  • Factbox: Outlines of Cyprus' bailout by the euro zone
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone ministers struck a deal on Saturday to hand Cyprus a bailout worth 10 billion euros ($13 billion) to stave off bankruptcy. Under the program, the island's debt should fall to 100 percent of economic output by 2020. Here are the outlines of the financial package: - Nicosia will impose a 9.9 percent one-off levy on deposits above 100,000 euros in Cypriot banks and a tax of 6.75 percent on smaller deposits from March 19. The levy will generate 5.8 billion euros. Depositors will be compensated by equity in the banks. ...
  • Argentina's dictatorship economy chief Martinez de Hoz dies
    By Helen Popper BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Jose Alfredo Martinez de Hoz, economy minister during the most brutal years of Argentina's "dirty war" dictatorship and architect of some of the crisis-prone nation's most infamous economic experiments, has died at age 87. The former economy chief, who was under house arrest as part of an investigation into the kidnapping of two businessmen, died on Saturday in Buenos Aires, local newspapers reported on their websites. ...

Economy News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Get the latest economy news headlines from Yahoo! News. Find breaking economy news, including analysis and opinion on top economy stories, photos and more.

  • Airbus gets biggest order ever from Indonesia
    PARIS (AP) — Airbus signed its biggest deal ever on Monday, an order from Indonesian's Lion Air worth €18.4 billion ($24 billion) that President Francois Hollande said should inspire the struggling French economy and all of Europe.
  • Cyprus reworks divisive bank tax, delays vote
    By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cypriot ministers were trying to revise a plan to seize money from bank deposits before a parliamentary vote on Tuesday that will secure the island's financial rescue or could lead to its default, with reverberations across the euro zone. The weekend announcement that Cyprus would impose a tax on bank accounts as part of a 10 billion euro ($13 billion) bailout by the European Union broke with previous practice that depositors' savings were sacrosanct. The euro and stock markets fell on concern the euro zone crisis was returning. ...
  • Britain partners with industry to fund $3 billion aerospace centre
    LONDON (Reuters) - The government said on Monday it will join industrial partners to create a 2 billion pound aerospace centre, part of efforts to bolster manufacturers as it struggles to revive a flagging economy. Aerospace is one of Britain's most important industrial sectors, and the new UK Aerospace Technology Institute is expected to focus on developing technology for the next generation of quieter, more energy-efficient aircraft. ...
  • Analysis: Mexico's reforms hook U.S. investors
    By Daniel Bases NEW YORK (Reuters) - Don't be fooled by the Mexican stock market's slow start to the year. The country's push for economic reforms and the revival of the economy of its largest trading partner, the United States, are stirring investor interest in Latin America's No. 2 market. International fund managers say recent announcements of reforms to Mexico's education system and telecommunications sector provide a positive backdrop for U.S. investors to keep putting roughly 30 percent of their allocations for Latin America into Mexican stocks and bonds. ...
  • Bank of England ready to boost recovery, McCafferty tells paper
    LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England stands ready to support a nascent recovery in the British economy, a member of its Monetary Policy Committee said in an interview published on Monday. "We at the Bank of England are standing ready, using our available policy instruments, to try and do all we can to support that move back into recovery," Ian McCafferty told the Yorkshire Post during a regional visit. "We now believe that the economy is set for a recovery over the course of the next year or so. ...
  • IMF says talks constructive on possible Egypt aid deal
    CAIRO (Reuters) - The International Monetary Fund said on Sunday it would continue talks with Egypt aimed at agreeing possible financial aid after meeting with government officials seeking a $4.8 billion loan to relieve a currency and budget crisis. The IMF has said Egypt needs to take bold, immediate action to address its economic problems and has raised the possibility of stop-gap funding to tide it through until after parliamentary elections. Egypt, however, has made clear it wants a full loan. ...
  • Gold hits 2-1/2-week high on Cyprus bailout worries
    By Rujun Shen SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Gold rose above $1,600 for the first time in more than two weeks on Monday as a radical bailout package for Cyprus threatened to trigger fresh turmoil in the euro zone, driving investors to seek safety in gold. But a firm dollar and general perception of an economic recovery quickly snuffed out the rally, sending gold below the key resistance level of $1,600. ...
  • Cyprus levy not to affect Russian capital flow : Agency
    MOSCOW (Reuters) - The proposed Cyprus levy on banking deposits should not alter Russia's domestic capital flow, the news agency Prime quoted Deputy Economy Minister Andrei Klepach as saying on Monday. "I don't think (the tax) will have significant implications... This is a matter of increased risks, not (capital) flight," Klepach said. Russian banks had about $12 billion placed with Cypriot banks at the end of 2012, according to Moody's rating agency. Based on official Russia's central bank data, that would suggest an increase of around $3 billion from 2011. ...
  • Asia stocks, euro lower before Cyprus bailout vote
    BANGKOK (AP) — Asian stock markets and the euro tumbled Monday as a plan to fund a bailout for Cyprus by taxing its bank deposits raised worries it could spark an exodus of capital from fragile European economies.
  • Britain to devolve public spending to boost growth
    LONDON (Reuters) - A plan to devolve potentially billions of pounds of public spending to local authorities and businesses in Britain to boost a stagnant economy won a green light from the government on Monday. The Treasury said the coalition government had approved almost all the recommendations in a blueprint drawn up by Michael Heseltine, a former Conservative deputy prime minister. The scheme will see public money for projects such as housing and transport, now controlled by various government departments, pooled into a single pot from 2015. ...
  • PREVIEW-UK's Osborne to stick with austerity, pray for growth
    By David Milliken LONDON (Reuters) - The Chancellor is set to stick to his guns on austerity in this week's budget, despite increasing calls for a change of course, as he bets that growth will get back on track before an election in 2015. Monetary policy - not tax and spending - may see the biggest shift in George Osborne's budget statement on Wednesday, amid signs he plans to tweak the Bank of England's inflation-fighting remit to spur an economy once again threatened with recession. ...
  • Italian president urges unity as poll pressure grows
    By James Mackenzie ROME (Reuters) - Italian President Giorgio Napolitano appealed to political leaders on Sunday to work together to form a government, but his appeal fell on deaf ears and pressure grew for a new poll after last month's deadlocked election. The threat of months of political instability following the inconclusive ballot has triggered warnings across Europe that Italy cannot afford to delay urgent reforms to shore up its massive public debt and boost its sickly economy, now stuck in recession for over a year. ...
  • Fed, BoE asset-buying probably not main inflation expectation driver-BIS
    By Eva Kuehnen FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Asset-buying by the Bank of England and Federal Reserve to soften the blow of the financial crisis have only had limited impact on inflation expectations, Bank for International Settlements research showed on Sunday. Since 2008, the U.S. and British central banks have tried to revive lending and support economic growth by spending billions on government and private sector debt. ...
  • IMF delegation resumes talks with Egypt over loan
    CAIRO (AP) — A top International Monetary Fund official has begun several more weeks of talks with Egyptian officials over the country's economic reform program to secure a $4.8 billion loan.
  • France's Hollande approval rating below Le Pen's: poll
    PARIS (Reuters) - French President Francois Hollande's popularity has fallen to the lowest level since he was elected last May, taking his rating below that of far-right leader Marine Le Pen for the first time, a poll showed on Sunday. Only 31 percent are satisfied with Hollande's performance, eight points less than last month, as the Socialist president battles unemployment at a 13-year high and a stagnant economy, according to the poll carried out for newspaper Metro and TV channel LCI. ...
  • Super Wednesday for world's central banks
    By Alan Wheatley, Global Economics Correspondent LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of Japan welcomes a new anti-deflation governor this week, the Bank of England might get a new pro-growth mandate and the Federal Reserve is likely to stick like glue to its aggressive bond-buying program. Together, the three events speak volumes about the balance of risks in a global economy that is on the mend but still a long way from rude health. Unemployment is intolerably high in the United States and most of Europe, while growth in many countries is well below its pre-crisis trend. ...
  • Latin America taps private sector for infrastructure needs
    By Krista Hughes and Lomi Kriel PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Latin America is increasingly looking to the private sector to help fund a $200 billion a year infrastructure investment gap that is dragging on economic growth and preventing the region from catching up to other emerging markets. Financial officials attending Inter-American Development Bank meetings in Panama said better infrastructure, from roads to ports to public utilities, was one of Latin America's most pressing needs. ...
  • Canada aboriginal movement poses new threat to miners
    By Julie Gordon and Allison Martell TORONTO (Reuters) - An aboriginal protest movement that's often compared with Occupy Wall Street has the potential to disrupt mining projects across Canada, threatening to undermine the country's coveted reputation for low-risk resource development. Idle No More, a grass-roots movement with little centralized leadership, swept across Canada late last year with the help social media. Protesters blocked roads and rail lines, and staged big rallies in the country's largest cities to press a sweeping human rights and economic development agenda. ...
  • Egyptian court delays elections appeal hearing for a week
    CAIRO (Reuters) - An Egyptian court on Sunday postponed hearing a state appeal against a ruling it made this month which scuppered parliamentary elections and deepened political uncertainty during an economic crisis. The Administrative Court said it had adjourned the appeal hearing until March 24 to allow more time to study the legal arguments in a case which has thrown the final stage of Egypt's transition to democracy up in the air. ...
  • China's new premier seeks "new type" of ties with U.S.
    BEIJING (Reuters) - New Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Sunday to work with U.S. President Barack Obama to forge "a new type of relationship" for the sake of peace in the Asia-Pacific region, and said the war of words about cyber-hacking must end. Li did not specifically mention the U.S. military "pivot" towards Asia which has concerned China nor Beijing's territorial spats with its neighbors, stressing instead the common interests between the world's top two economic powers. ...
  • China's new premier vows to tackle pollution, offers few details
    BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang pledged on Sunday that his government would "show even greater resolve" in tackling China's festering pollution crisis, a source of increasing public fury. Li's remarks at his debut press conference as premier were the highest-level public comments on the problem to date, though he gave few specifics about how the government planned to address the environmental effects of rapid economic growth. ...
  • China's new premier pledges reform, sees risks
    By Benjamin Kang Lim and Nick Edwards BEIJING (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday ensuring economic growth was the top priority for his government, pledging to fight graft, tackle vested interests and calling for an end to a cyber-hacking row with the United States. Li's first news conference as premier, at the close of the annual meeting of China's rubber-stamp parliament that confirmed his appointment, covered topics that have been the principal focus of recent government rhetoric, with a strong emphasis on the necessity of reform to deliver long-term economic stability. ...
  • Cyprus president says depositors had to pay to avoid bankruptcy
    NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said on Saturday a levy on bank depositors was a painful decision he had to make in order to obtain financial aid, or else the island's economy would have gone bankrupt. Anastasiades, elected three weeks ago with a pledge to negotiate a swift bailout, said refusal to agree to terms would have led to the collapse of the island's two largest banks. The president said he would make a state address on Sunday, when the island's parliament was scheduled to meet in an emergency session to decide whether to approve the measure. ...
  • Factbox: Outlines of Cyprus' bailout by the euro zone
    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Euro zone ministers struck a deal on Saturday to hand Cyprus a bailout worth 10 billion euros ($13 billion) to stave off bankruptcy. Under the program, the island's debt should fall to 100 percent of economic output by 2020. Here are the outlines of the financial package: - Nicosia will impose a 9.9 percent one-off levy on deposits above 100,000 euros in Cypriot banks and a tax of 6.75 percent on smaller deposits from March 19. The levy will generate 5.8 billion euros. Depositors will be compensated by equity in the banks. ...
  • Argentina's dictatorship economy chief Martinez de Hoz dies
    By Helen Popper BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Jose Alfredo Martinez de Hoz, economy minister during the most brutal years of Argentina's "dirty war" dictatorship and architect of some of the crisis-prone nation's most infamous economic experiments, has died at age 87. The former economy chief, who was under house arrest as part of an investigation into the kidnapping of two businessmen, died on Saturday in Buenos Aires, local newspapers reported on their websites. ...

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