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Reuters Afternoon Edition: Economy rebounds but faces risks - trade group

LATEST NEWS Economy rebounds but faces risks - trade groupReuters Afternoon Edition LONDON (Reuters) - The economy looks on track for a modest recovery after businesses across all sectors staged a rebound in the first three months of 2012, two surveys showed on Tuesday. | Full Article Fire at Russian market kills 15 foreign migrants 03 APR 2012 11:43 BST MOSCOW (Reuters) - A fire ripping through a market warehouse on Moscow's outskirts on Tuesday killed 15 foreigners from former Soviet republics, Russian media and emergency officials said. | Full Article Top JP Morgan banker resigns over market abuse fine 03 APR 2012 10:51 BST LONDON (Reuters) - One of JP Morgan's most senior bankers resigned abruptly on Tuesday, after being fined by Britain's financial watchdog for market abuse related to inside information on Heritage Oil emailed to a prospective client. | Full Article Gunman kills 7, wounds 3 at California Christi

Reuters - Afternoon Edition: Bank set to hold QE steady for now, move in February seen

LATEST NEWS Bank set to hold QE steady for now, move in February seen LONDON (Reuters) - The Bank of England looks set to keep its quantitative easing programme unchanged on Thursday before giving the economy a further shot of stimulus in February when it has a clearer picture of where growth and inflation are heading. | Full Article UK gives green light for high speed rail network 10 JAN 2012 10:14 GMT LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will build a high-speed rail link between London, Birmingham and cities further north, Transport Secretary Justine Greening said on Tuesday. | Full Article Olympus sues execs over scandal, shares surge on M&A hopes 10 JAN 2012 11:32 GMT TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's disgraced Olympus Corp is suing its president and 18 other executives, past and present, for up to $47 million (30 million pounds) in compensation, as it struggles to recover from one of the nation's worst accounting scandals. | Full Arti