• The haemorrhage of jobs from the manufacturing sector has been staunched: only 17, 000 were lost in November.

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  • In July, Wells Fargo reported that second quarter earnings had plummeted by 37% as the bank continued to haemorrhage both deposits and loans.

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  • Future capabilities, Mr Murphy hopes, might include a digital stethoscope to analyse breathing sounds and a haematoma scanner to look for a brain haemorrhage.

    ECONOMIST: Emergency medicine

  • The government has applied a few bandages to the currency haemorrhage.

    ECONOMIST: Ghana

  • The fragility of the Democrats' hold on the incoming American Senate was thrown into sharp focus when Senator Tim Johnson , from South Dakota, suffered a brain haemorrhage.

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  • WHO, these range from urine retention and haemorrhage to the formation of abscesses and dermoid cysts the size of a football, not to mention painful sex and even more painful childbirth.

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  • The electricity boards haemorrhage cash as a result.

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