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  1. Decline in consumption leads to slowest US economy growth in 3 years

    04.28 / 15:03 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    The US economy showed its weakest performance since 2014 in the first three months of the year after consumer spending sharply slowed and businesses invested less in inventories. Read Full Article at…
  2. Trump to reverse Obama’s Arctic & Atlantic drilling ban

    04.28 / 15:03 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    US President Donald Trump is expected to sign an executive order on Friday which could lead to the expansion of drilling in the US Arctic and Atlantic oceans. It is part of Trump’s campaign promise to boost domestic energy production. Read Full Article at R…
  3. Russia to start first beef exports to Japan

    04.28 / 13:48 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    In a landmark agreement reached between Moscow and Tokyo, Russia will begin exporting beef and poultry to Japan in the second half of 2017. Read Full Article at…
  4. Artificial intelligence to take over half of all jobs in next decade – China's top techie

    04.28 / 11:53 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    Robots and artificial intelligence (AI) will replace humans in 50 percent of all jobs in just ten years, says Kai-Fu Lee, founder of venture capital firm Sinovation Ventures and a reputable Chinese technologist. Read Full Article at…
  5. India to push former colonial master Britain out of world’s top five economies – IMF

    04.28 / 11:25 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    A new analysis of growth projections by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) shows that seven decades after gaining independence, India may outshine its former colonial ruler, by pushing the UK out of the five top economies this year. Read Full Article at…
  6. Russian foreign reserves reach highest level in 28 months

    04.28 / 10:26 rt.com Rt.com - Finance
    The Central Bank of Russia reports the country's foreign reserves have risen to $400 billion in the week through April 21, their highest level since the beginning of the economic crisis in late 2014. Read Full Article at…