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April 26, 2017

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New car sales in Britain climbed in January to a 12-year peak, industry data showed on Monday, despite worries over the impact of Brexit.
Industrial orders in Europe's largest economy Germany jumped in December, data released Monday showed, beating predictions and suggesting that economic good times will continue into 2017.
European stock markets advanced Friday as dealers awaited key U.S. jobs data.
Greek farmers block crossing
Greek farmers keep up their blockade for four fourth day near Evzoni custom at the Greek-Macedonian border on Thursday, Feb. 2.
European stocks rebound, dollar bounces back
European stock markets rebounded on Wednesday and the dollar recovered from two-month lows against the euro and yen, with the Fed set for its first monetary policy announcements of 2017.
European stocks brush off Brexit court ruling
European stock markets rebounded slightly on Tuesday, with London higher and sterling steady as traders brushed aside a Brexit court ruling.
Bee-ceful protests
A demonstrator holds a gibbet with toy bees hanging on it during a farmers' protest in the center of Berlin against the industrialization of farming and agriculture on the sidelines of the Green Week (Grune Woche) agricultural fair on Saturday, Jan. 21.
Sweden not giving up fight over lobster imports
Sweden isn't giving up on a long-running battle with the U.S. and Canada over lobsters that have turned up in Swedish waters.
Prime Minister Theresa May told the world's elite on Thursday that Britain would become a champion for business and free trade despite Brexit, even as major banks said they planned to shift jobs out of London.
European Central Bank chief Mario Draghi on Thursday asked for patience for his policies to work as he brushed aside calls to change course following a spike in inflation.
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