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The US central bank suggests the strength of the economy may prompt an increase as soon as March.

Qantas profits buffeted by competition headwinds
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WTO's new global trade deal comes into force
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South Africa budget targets top earners
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RWE forced to scrap dividend again
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UK economy grows faster than thought
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Self-driving cars must be covered by insurance, says UK bill
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Wheelchair user creates mannequin to target disabled consumers
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Canada's Trump?
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