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 Economic impact Wednesday, 8 January, 2003, 13:14 GMT
Money US tightens 'terror cash' laws
The Senate passes a law to toughen rules against money-laundering, as the authorities seek ways to clamp down on terrorist funds.
Trader in action Stock markets rally
Share prices in the United States and Europe post strong gains, recovering some of last week's hefty losses.
US shopper Business gurus warn of US recession
A key survey warns of worsening economic conditions, after US consumer confidence takes its biggest plunge in a decade.
Digger UK economic growth revised upwards
The British economy grows slightly faster than previously thought, after improvements in services and construction.
American Airlines flight takes off from Boston's Logan Airport Airlines mull security costs
European airlines are facing an uncertain future, not least because the extent of government help in meeting new security measures is still not known.
Lloyd's building Attacks to cost Lloyd's 1.3bn
Lloyd's of London, the world's biggest insurance market, has said the terrorist attacks on the US will cost it an estimated 1.3bn.
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Terror attacks will dent the UK economy

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Lloyds TSB offers to pay some costs for stranded travellers, following complaints from BBC News Online readers.Insurance win
Stranded travellers get hotel bills paid

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Afghanis fight to survive economic doom and gloom

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