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2014/11/22 10:08
2014/11/22 10:08
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European bank profits will suffer under the European Central Bank’s negative interest rate policy because they find it too difficult to pass charges on to clients, Deutsche Bank’s chief financial...
2014/11/22 10:08
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2014/11/21 10:50
2014/11/21 10:50
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ECB's negative rates to hit bank profits - Deutsche CFO Related Topics FRANKFURT (Reuters) - European bank profits will suffer under the European Central Bank’s negative interest rate policy because...
2014/11/21 05:27
2014/11/21 05:27
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Big depositors to be charged fees by Commerzbank BERLIN - Commerzbank, Germany's second biggest bank, is to charge big corporate clients fees if they hold large deposits at the bank. Commerzbank is...
2014/11/19 10:34
2014/11/19 10:34
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Singapore - Iron ore tumbled to the lowest in more than five years as declining home prices in China added to concern a slowdown in the top buyer will deepen, exacerbating a glut. Producers’ shares...
2014/11/18 08:16
2014/11/18 08:16
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So much for an interest-rate increase anytime soon. In a boost for Prime Minister David Cameron, economists say the Bank of England will keep the benchmark at a record low until after the May general...
2014/11/18 02:06
2014/11/18 02:06
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Russia’s financial crisis has become so severe that President Vladimir Putin found himself reassuring investors late last week that the government would provide the support needed to the world’s...
2014/11/17 08:16
2014/11/17 08:16
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Frankfurt, which is seeking to corner a share of the burgeoning offshore yuan market, is setting the ball rolling with its first clearing of transactions in the Chinese currency. Bank of China Ltd.,...
2014/11/13 08:06
2014/11/13 08:06
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Britain has created as many jobs over the past four years as the euro region has lost, underlining the widening economic gulf with the country’s biggest trading partner. The CHART OF THE DAY shows...
2014/11/11 22:45
2014/11/11 22:45
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The decision OPEC faces at this month’s meeting isn’t just over whether to cut oil production. It’s a choice of whether the group is willing to fight to maintain the sway it has had over crude markets...
2014/11/11 10:16
2014/11/11 10:16
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Turkey’s narrowing balance-of-payments shortfall is winning fans from London to Istanbul amid lower oil prices and slower credit growth. The nation’s fixed-income assets were upgraded to overweight...
2014/11/10 19:27
2014/11/10 19:27
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Nov. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Market swings in October triggered a surge in trading of structured products on European exchanges, with volumes reaching the highest in as much as 17 months. Trading in...
2014/11/10 09:17
2014/11/10 09:17
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Switzerland’s referendum on boosting gold reserves is already increasing pressure on the franc’s cap against the euro, even as polls show voters remain undecided. A rally in the franc pushed it to...
2014/11/07 03:16
2014/11/07 03:16
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Singapore’s central bank returned as much as S$12 billion ($9.3 billion) that it took from 19 lenders last year as a penalty for trying to rig benchmark interest rates. UBS AG (UBSN), Royal Bank of...
2014/11/06 22:46
2014/11/06 22:46
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Here’s why the U.S. shale upstarts just might win a confrontation with Saudi Arabia as oil sinks: While the Arab nation is as flush with cash as ever, the finances of some fellow OPEC members are...
2014/11/06 21:17
2014/11/06 21:17
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Mario Draghi sought to restore the faith of investors in the European Central Bank’s ability to revive its ailing economy. Under pressure to show he can spur inflation, and to narrow divisions among...
2014/11/06 16:07
2014/11/06 16:07
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The ruble slid to a record for a second day as speculators tested the central bank’s willingness to support the currency after policy makers scaled back interventions. The ruble weakened 2.2 percent...
2014/11/06 13:27
2014/11/06 13:27
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Nov. 6 (Bloomberg) -- European stock-index futures fell as investors awaited the European Central Bank’s monetary policy decision. U.S. index futures and Asian shares also declined. Siemens AG may...
2014/11/06 13:06
2014/11/06 13:06
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Traders aren’t relinquishing their view that Polish interest rates will fall even as policy makers confounded the market again with yesterday’s decision to hold. The central bank kept its benchmark...
2014/11/06 09:18
2014/11/06 09:18
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The private deals, which appear to have saved more than 300 companies millions of dollars in tax, are completely legal in Luxembourg. Here are the 310 companies — which include Pepsi and AIG — named...
2014/11/06 07:06
2014/11/06 07:06
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Net income increased to 225 million euros ($282 million) from 75 million euros a year earlier, the Frankfurt-based company said in a statement today. The average of eight analyst estimates compiled by...
2014/11/22 10:08
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