NEWS - Euro zone unemployment rises to 8.9 percent, worse than expected - Euro zone inflation for April up 0.6 percent year on year as expected - Fed says economic outlook improving but low interest rates needed for some time - Record drop in U.S. business inventories in Q1 and robust consumer spending indicate pick-up in U.S. economy - Japan's March industrial output rises faster than expected; S.Korea's March factory production also beats expectations - German unemployment ...
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