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European business leaders lose confidence amid trade tension
A survey of dozens of Europe’s top business executives shows their optimism is waning as trade tensions and other geopolitical uncertainties cloud the outlook for the global economy.
Putin says global confidence in dollar is falling
Washington's use of the dollar as a political tool is backfiring as more and more countries are reducing their holdings of the greenback and switching to other currencies in trade contracts, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday.
German business confidence dives again as economy wobbles
A slump in German business confidence deepened in June as trade tensions weighed on manufacturers.
Visco: Italy must respect its fiscal targets to keep market confidence
Italy needs to respect its fiscal targets if it wants to retain the confidence of investors over its capacity to repay its debt, Bank of Italy governor Ignazio Visco said on Saturday, as Rome faces a budget tussle with Brussels.
Euro area confidence improves for first time in almost a year
Euro area economic confidence unexpectedly improved in May, snapping an almost yearlong streak of declines when the region was battling through a host of struggles.
Business confidence in UK hits lowest ebb since financial crisis
Business confidence has crashed to the lowest point since 2012, and the economy is only growing because firms are stockpiling ahead of Brexit, according to a key sentiment indicator.
Barcelona needs to recover confidence, admits Ter Stegen
Marc-Andre ter Stegen says Barcelona needs to regain some self-belief after drawing four of its last five matches in all competitions.
Greek prime minister calls confidence vote after ally quits
Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called an immediate vote of confidence in his government at the parliament after his Defense Minister Panos Kammenos — a coalition ally — announced his resignation in protest against a deal to solve a long-standing dispute with neighboring Macedonia.
Confidence grows for deal on new Merkel government
Talks between the top German parties on forming a new government for Chancellor Angela Merkel's fourth term spilled into overtime Monday but confidence appeared to be growing they would strike a deal.
US consumer confidence dampens in December
US consumer confidence dampened in December, retreating from a 17-year high in November as optimism about the short-term outlook fell sharply, according to a closely-watched monthly survey released Wednesday.
Confidence in euro zone expansion strong among economists
The euro zone economy will mark its best year in a decade and maintain solid growth well into 2018, according to economists in a Reuters poll who said the risk was that their forecasts might not be optimistic enough.
Afterschool program environments linked to academic confidence
Afterschool programs with positive, responsive, and organized environments can have academic benefits for students, finds a new study by NYU Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development.
Consumer confidence spurs Wall Street
Wall Street has ended higher, with the Nasdaq at a new record following strong US economic data.
Spain’s government faces no confidence vote over graft
Spain's government on Tuesday faced a vote of no confidence tabled by the far-left Podemos to denounce a series of corruption scandals that have hit Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy's conservative party.
South Africa's Zuma secures vote of confidence for third time
South African President Jacob Zuma has survived a no-confidence vote, the third in less than a year, over what opposition called “reckless leadership.”

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