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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

17 Nov 2017

UK growth to lag peers; next rate hike a year away at least - Reuters poll

LONDON British economic growth will remain tepid over the coming few years, lagging well behind its peers, and could even be worse than economists polled by Reuters currently predict, as most say risks to their forecasts are to the downside.

14 Nov 2017

Steady UK inflation leaves question mark over BoE rate action

LONDON British inflation unexpectedly held steady in October, wrong-footing the Bank of England and raising fresh questions about how fast the central bank will follow up on this month's interest rate hike. | Video

09 Nov 2017

Brexit talks breakthrough would bestow biggest boost on sterling - poll

LONDON Progress in Britain's divorce talks with the European Union would give the biggest boost to sterling in the coming year, according to foreign exchange strategists who painted a benign outlook for the pound.

06 Nov 2017

Euro zone growth robust in October, prices pressures stirring: PMI

LONDON The euro zone's economy is on track for a strong finish to 2017 and firms are passing on more of their costs to consumers as pricing power increased, a survey showed on Monday. | Video

03 Nov 2017

Bank of England hike was a 'one and done', next move not until second quarter 2019 - Reuters poll

LONDON The Bank of England's first rate rise in over a decade is for now at least a "one and done" move, according to economists in a snap Reuters poll who said the next increase won't come until after Brexit in March 2019.

02 Nov 2017

October was strongest month for euro zone factories in almost seven years: PMI

LONDON Reuters) - Manufacturers in the euro zone had their strongest month since early 2011 in October as factories struggled to meet booming demand despite adding staff at the fastest rate in at least 20 years, a survey showed on Thursday. | Video

25 Oct 2017

Disorderly Brexit risk rises but BoE to raise rates anyway - Reuters poll

LONDON The likelihood of a disorderly Brexit has crept higher but that won't deter the Bank of England from raising rates next week for the first time in a decade, even though many economists believe that would be a mistake, a Reuters poll showed on Tuesday.

24 Oct 2017

Euro zone business growth slowed in October but stayed strong - PMI

LONDON, Oct 24 Private sector growth across the euro zone slowed more sharply than predicted this month, a survey showed on Tuesday, but stayed strong even though firms increased prices at the steepest rate in over six years.

24 Oct 2017

Euro zone business remained strong as prices rise sharply: PMI

LONDON Private sector growth across the euro zone slowed more sharply than predicted this month, a survey showed on Tuesday, but activity remained strong even though firms increased prices at the steepest rate in over six years.

17 Oct 2017

Powell likely next Fed chief, though Yellen best suited: economists

LONDON Jerome Powell likely will be the next Federal Reserve chairman, according to a slim majority of economists in a Reuters poll - but most of them said current Fed Chair Janet Yellen would be the best option.

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