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Boris Johnson has spent decades agitating against the European Union and the last five years battling to free the United Kingdom from the shackles of regulation from Brussels. Now he's in the awkward position of finding himself at the mercy of EU leaders for permission to rejoin an international treaty, or risk devastating Britain's multi-billion-dollar legal services industry. ...
New orders for products meant to last at least three years increased 0.8% to a seasonally adjusted $257.6 billion in June as compared with May. ...
Under normal circumstances, quarterly growth of 6.4% would be seen as extraordinary evidence of robust economic growth. Expectations were higher, though. ...
People see prices rising everywhere and worry if they'll be able to make ends meet even if the economy keeps growing. | Economy ...

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