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BWI says ‘guten tag’ to Condor Airlines (access required)

German air carrier Condor Airlines will begin flying twice-weekly, seasonal service from Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport to Frankfurt in July, the airport announced Monday. Condor, the third-largest German airline, will be the second European carrier in BWI’s William Donald ...

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Global leaders struggle to calm recession fears

WASHINGTON — The world’s major economic powers are pledging to launch a bold effort to deal with a chronic slowdown in growth and a European debt crisis threatening to push the global economy into another recession. But so far, markets ...

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Wall Street sharply lower on fears about economy

NEW YORK — Investors on Wall Street and around the world sold stocks with abandon Thursday, more convinced than ever that the United States and perhaps the globe are headed for a new recession. The Dow Jones industrial average fell ...

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Developed nations look to restore growth

MARSEILLE, France  — The financial leaders of the world’s most developed economies were wrangling Friday over how to revive a faltering economic recovery at a time when interest rates are already low and government debt is high. The so-called Group ...

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Experts downbeat on global economy

CERNOBBIO, Italy — Business leaders and finance experts gathered in Italy offered a downbeat assessment of the global economy Friday — with several predicting another recession due to a calamitous cocktail of sluggish growth, eurozone dysfunction, and financial market volatility. ...

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U.S. stocks fall on global economic worries

NEW YORK — More evidence of a slowing global economy sent stocks falling Tuesday and threatened to end the market’s three-day rally. Germany’s economy stalled last quarter and dragged down growth for Europe. In the U.S., reports painted a mixed ...

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Fed’s low rates pledge supports global stocks

LONDON — A pledge by the Federal Reserve to keep extremely low interest rates for another couple of years has calmed investors’ jitters, sending stock markets around the world higher Wednesday. The Fed’s surprise announcement Tuesday that it would likely ...

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