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2014/04/22 00:27
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April 22 (Bloomberg) -- The largest U.S. banks can remain entangled with each other now that global regulators have loosened proposed limits on the financial web that led to investor panic in 2008 and...
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2014/04/11 10:50
2014/04/11 10:50
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WASHINGTON--Western nations are using a gathering of top finance officials to isolate Russia for its actions in Ukraine, attempting to deploy international economic pressure to prevent Russia from...
2014/04/09 14:16
2014/04/09 14:16
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Managing the Transition to "Normality"—Implications for Fiscal Policy April 8, 2014 David Lipton, First Deputy Managing Director, IMF Charles Evans, President, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago José...
2014/04/04 20:30
2014/04/04 20:30
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The UAE is becoming increasingly dependent on the rapid growth of private sector demand in the backdrop of escalating cost of oil and gas extraction, Coutts and Co, the wealth management unit of Royal...
2014/04/02 17:20
2014/04/02 17:20
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To be sure, Russia has suffered economically from seizing Crimea and threatening Ukraine. Capital outflows have surged: Investors dump Russian stocks and bonds, convert the proceeds from rubles to...
2014/04/01 13:34
2014/04/01 13:34
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London - Greece could be on the verge of making one of the fastest market comebacks of a defaulted sovereign ever recorded. To the surprise of doomsayers who just two years ago reckoned its debts...
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2014/03/29 22:19
2014/03/29 22:19
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The Russian economy was barely growing even before it was hit with Western sanctions following the annexation of Crimea. Many economists believe further escalation of the crisis in Ukraine would push...
2014/04/22 00:27
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