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Feb 26, 2014

Meet Nigeria’s Captain Rugged – a superhero who can dance

LONDON, Feb 26 (Reuters) – A new superhero is fighting for
freedom, justice and the Nigerian way in the mean streets of
Lagos. And – oh, yes – he can dance too.

Meet Captain Rugged, the creation of Nigerian musician
Keziah Jones. He is the inspiration for Jones’s latest “blufunk”
album release and, unusually, the subject of a graphic novel
published along with it.

Feb 9, 2014

Here comes the euro zone growth data

LONDON (Reuters) – The euro zone and its constituent parts will report fourth quarter economic growth numbers at the end of the week, offering policy makers at the European Central Bank a needed snapshot of the bloc’s underlying strength.

Recent evidence has been mixed. There has been general improvement but a growing disparity between Germany and France, the currency union’s largest economies.

Dec 10, 2013
Dec 9, 2013
Dec 2, 2013
Dec 2, 2013

Prog rock meets folk as Moulettes soar in London

LONDON (Reuters) – One of the more startling moments at the London concert by British folk band Moulettes this weekend was when founding member Ruth Skipper turned her bassoon into an instrument of industrial rock.

As bass and drums hammered out a heavy beat and an electric fiddle and wired cello soared to feverish heights, Skipper turned from the audience, bent near double and roared out a riff that would have done a Moog synthesizer proud.

Nov 17, 2013

Global Economy: Evaporating inflation, elusive growth

LONDON (Reuters) – Janet Yellen is expected to get the final political nod in the next couple of weeks to chair the U.S. Federal Reserve.

So when she signaled in congressional testimony last week that the U.S. economy was still in need of easy money, it was more than a throwaway line to please vetting senators worried about their voters’ lack of jobs.

Nov 17, 2013

Evaporating inflation, elusive growth

LONDON, Nov 17 (Reuters) – Janet Yellen is expected to get
the final political nod in the next couple of weeks to chair the
U.S. Federal Reserve.

So when she signalled in congressional testimony last week
that the U.S. economy was still in need of easy money, it was
more than a throwaway line to please vetting senators worried
about their voters’ lack of jobs.

Oct 31, 2013
Oct 31, 2013
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      "Chief Desk Editor, Economics & Markets, based in London. Previously European Investment Correspondent, Bureau Chief for Greece and Cyprus in Athens and Senior Correspondent for the European Union in Brussels. Began career covering U.S. politics in Washington D.C."
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      1990
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      Awards:
      State Street Investment Correspondent of the Year, 2007
      Part of Emmy-nominated team for
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