United Kingdom economic growth for 2019 downgraded by International Monetary Fund amid Brexit uncertainty

But markets have rallied since Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa's election as the ruling African National Congress (ANC) leader in December, as investors have warmed to his promises to root out corruption and kick-start economic growth. Risks to the global growth forecast appear broadly balanced in the near term, but remain skewed to the downside over the medium term. As major stock markets worldwide have been on the upswing, with repeated records set on Wall Street, the report warned that ...

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Indian Supreme Court allows screening of controversial film Padmavat

Indian Supreme Court allows screening of controversial film Padmavat

The petition has requested the court to review its order that lifted the ban on the government-imposed ban on the movie. The film has been marred into controversy after several fringe groups, mostly...
Klopp wants Liverpool to do more than preserve unbeaten run

Klopp wants Liverpool to do more than preserve unbeaten run

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NBC In Early Talks to Revive The Office

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'SNL' has Christmas message from Baldwin's Trump

Next Baldwin's president asked some White House aides to decorate the tree with Kate McKinnon's Kellyanne Conway offering up one with an image of "disgraced F.B.I. "This angel's got Robert Mueller's face on it, cuz he's next!" she says. "At least America knows that I finally supported an accused child molester".

Prince Harry was 'nervous' interviewing Barack Obama for BBC Radio 4

Barack Obama was just interviewed by Prince Harry on BBC Radio 4's Today , and the pair - who are fast friends with a likable history together - fell right into their comfortable chat well before the interview even started. Kensington Palace said the conversation, which airs December 27, focuses on the pair's "shared interest in building platforms for the next generation of young leaders".
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