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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.

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15 Nov 2012

Shock drop in October retail sales hits recovery hopes

LONDON Retail sales fell in October as shoppers bought less food and clothing, puncturing a consumer spending revival that policymakers hoped would kick-start the economy heading into 2013.

15 Nov 2012

Shock drop in retail sales hits recovery hopes

LONDON UK retail sales fell in October as shoppers bought less food and clothing, puncturing a consumer spending revival that policymakers hoped would kick-start the economy heading into 2013.

15 Nov 2012

Shock drop in Oct retail sales hits recovery hopes

LONDON Retail sales fell in October as shoppers bought less food and clothing, puncturing a consumer spending revival that policymakers hoped would kick-start the economy heading into 2013.

13 Nov 2012

Jump in inflation clouds outlook for more BoE stimulus

LONDON British inflation hit a five-month high in October after a rise in university fees and food prices, making it less likely the Bank of England will flag more stimulus when it presents new forecasts on Wednesday.

13 Nov 2012

Jump in inflation clouds outlook for more BoE stimulus

LONDON Inflation hit a five-month high in October after a rise in university fees and food prices, making it less likely the Bank of England will flag more stimulus when it presents new forecasts on Wednesday.

13 Nov 2012

Inflation shows biggest jump in over a year in October

LONDON British inflation hit a five-month high in October after a rise in university fees and food prices, dampening the chances that the Bank of England will flag more stimulus when it presents new forecasts on Wednesday.

13 Nov 2012

Inflation shows biggest jump in over a year in October

LONDON Inflation hit a five-month high in October after a rise in university fees and food prices, dampening the chances that the Bank of England will flag more stimulus when it presents new forecasts on Wednesday.

12 Nov 2012

BoE Governor faces questions about independence and stimulus

LONDON Bank of England Governor Mervyn King will have a new set of questions to deal with on Wednesday beyond the usual ones about the fragile economy: just how independent is the Bank?

10 Nov 2012

UK government grabs BoE cash for short-term boost

LONDON Britain's cash-strapped government said on Friday it would grab an expected 35 billion pound ($55.9 billion) windfall from the Bank of England's bond-buying program to reduce short-term borrowing.

09 Nov 2012

Government grabs BoE cash for short-term boost

LONDON The cash-strapped government said on Friday it would grab an expected 35 billion pound windfall from the Bank of England's bond-buying programme to reduce short-term borrowing.

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