News Headlines - 23 October 2014

Suspected Ottawa gunman was deemed a 'high-risk traveller': source | CTV News

The man suspected of fatally shooting a Canadian reservist before storming Parliament Hill on Wednesday had been deemed a “high-risk traveller” by the Canadian government, CTV News has learned.

BOE Officials Gloomier on Economy, Minutes Show - WSJ

Bank of England officials grew gloomier about the U.K.’s economic prospects in October, citing increasing headwinds from overseas and a slowdown at home, according to minutes of this month’s policy meeting published Wednesday.
The minutes are the latest signal that BOE officials are unlikely to raise interest rates in the U.K. until well into next year.

U.S. Inflation Remains Tame - WSJ

Consumer prices rose slightly in September, the latest sign of modest U.S. inflation pressures amid concerns of a global slowdown.
The consumer-price index, which measures how much Americans pay for everything from cars to doctor’s visits, rose a seasonally adjusted 0.1% in September from a month earlier, the Labor Department said Wednesday. When excluding volatile food and energy categories, prices also increased 0.1%.

Spanish Unemployment Lowest Since 2011 as Economy Grows - Bloomberg

Spain’s unemployment rate fell to the lowest since the end of 2011 in the third quarter as its economy turned into one of the fastest-growing in the euro region.

BBC News - Japan minister support staff 'put sex club on expenses'

Japan's new trade minister has been forced to defend himself after it emerged that staff from his support group spent office money at a sex club.








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