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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

Jun 23 2017

Euro zone businesses end second quarter with slower growth: PMI

LONDON Roaring euro zone business growth tailed off unexpectedly toward the end of the first half of 2017 following a sudden slowing in the pace of expansion by services firms, a survey showed on Friday.

Jun 16 2017

So, is it actually the euro zone that's strong and stable?

LONDON The deluge of cash poured into the euro zone economy in recent years by the European Central Bank appears to have finally resulted in solid - and more importantly, steady - economic growth, along with rising inflationary pressures.

Jun 13 2017

Reuters poll: Likelihood of hard Brexit recedes after UK election - economists

LONDON The chances of Britain ending up outside the single market when Brexit talks are concluded have receded somewhat after last week's election, although the pound might weaken further against other currencies, a Reuters poll of economists found. | Video

Jun 01 2017

Euro zone manufacturing surges in May as new orders mount up

LONDON, Manufacturing across the euro zone grew at the fastest rate in more than six years during May, increasing activity as price increases failed to slow their new orders, a survey showed on Thursday. | Video

Jun 01 2017

Reuters poll: Conservative win would give UK strongest hand in Brexit talks - analysts

LONDON A Conservative victory in June 8's election would give Britain the strongest hand in EU divorce talks and lift sterling, economists polled by Reuters said, although nearly as many felt a coalition government would secure the best Brexit deal.

Jun 01 2017

Asian factories lose momentum in May, Europe stays buoyant

LONDON/NEW DELHI Factories across much of Asia ran into a soft patch in May as export demand slowed but those in Europe enjoyed buoyant growth amid signs of steady improvement in the global economy.

May 25 2017

UK needs to build more homes, loosen planning controls - Reuters poll

LONDON Britain's next government should loosen planning regulations and encourage more house building if it wants to tame price rises and make home ownership more affordable, nearly all the specialists polled by Reuters said.

May 23 2017

Euro zone business activity remained buoyant in May: PMI

LONDON Businesses across the euro zone maintained April's blistering growth rate this month as firms struggled to meet growing demand, suggesting the bloc's economic momentum is sustainable at least for now, a survey showed. | Video

May 23 2017

Euro zone business kept up fast pace in May - PMI

LONDON, May 23 Businesses across the euro zone maintained April's blistering growth rate this month as firms struggled to meet growing demand, suggesting the bloc's economic momentum is being sustained, a survey showed. | Video

May 18 2017

Bank of England's growth and pay forecasts too optimistic - Reuters poll

LONDON The Bank of England's growth and wage forecasts are too rosy, according to economists polled by Reuters who were divided on what a large Conservative majority in June's UK election would mean for Britain's divorce terms from the EU.

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