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UK GDP growth for 2015 slows to weakest in nearly three years
Britain's economy saw the annual pace of growth in 2015 slow to its weakest in nearly three years. GDP grew by 2.2 percent.
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European shares steadied on Tuesday, recovering after sharp losses earlier in the session, as crude oil prices bounced back above $30.
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Russia's economy contracted by 3.7 percent in 2015 according to the government statistics service in Moscow. They said retail sales fell by 10 percent and capital investment by 8.4 percent.
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